John Eagleton

John Eagleton

Executive Director, Tennis

Harvey Newton

Harvey Newton

Executive Director, Weightlifting

Mark Strickland

Mark Strickland

Executive Director, Basketball

Roy Wegerle

Roy Wegerle

Executive Director, Soccer

Roberto Borgatti

Roberto Borgatti

Executive Director, Golf

Gylton Da Matta

Gylton Da Matta

Executive Director, Volleyball

Jeff Salzenstein

Jeff Salzenstein

Tennis Coach

Jane Forman

Jane Forman

Tennis Coach

Bill Patton

Bill Patton

Contributor

Lizl Kotz

Lizl Kotz

Contributor

Joy Macci

Joy Macci

Senior Contributor

Mark Kovacs

Mark Kovacs

Senior Contributor

Tim Hardaway

Tim Hardaway

Basketball Coach

Toccara Williams

Toccara Williams

Basketball Coach

Warren Pretorius

Warren Pretorius

Senior Contributor

Paul Lubbers

Paul Lubbers

Senior Contributor

Bridget Raach

Bridget Raach

Senior Contributor

Bob Takano

Bob Takano

Weightlifting Coach/Senior Contributor

Brian Derwin

Brian Derwin

Senior Contributor

Derrick Crass

Derrick Crass

Senior Contributor

TJ Greenstone

TJ Greenstone

Senior Contributor

Leo Totten

Leo Totten

Senior Contributor

Kerri Hanebrink Goodrich

Kerri Hanebrink Goodrich

Senior Contributor

Elisabeth Oehler

Elisabeth Oehler

Senior Contributor

Eric De Sousa

Eric De Sousa

Soccer Coach

Brian Galvin

Brian Galvin

Soccer Coach

Neil McKay

Neil McKay

Soccer Coach

Troy ‘Chopper’ Edwards

Troy ‘Chopper’ Edwards

Soccer Coach

Michael Araujo

Michael Araujo

Soccer Coach

Steve McCrath

Steve McCrath

Soccer Coach

Taylor Johnson

Taylor Johnson

Esports Performance Trainer

Katherine Aiken

Katherine Aiken

Senior Contributor

Roberley Leonaldo

Roberley Leonaldo

Senior Contributor

Ricardo Gomes Tabach

Ricardo Gomes Tabach

Senior Contributor

Connie R. Charles

Connie R. Charles

Senior Contributor

Sylvain Guimond

Sylvain Guimond

Senior Contributor

Javair Gillett

Javair Gillett

Senior Contributor

Gene Coleman

Gene Coleman

Senior Contributor

Ed Downs

Ed Downs

Senior Contributor

Frans Cronje

Frans Cronje

Senior Contributor

Cedric Carter

Cedric Carter

Basketball Coach

Forrest Conoly

Forrest Conoly

Senior Contributor

Wendi Weimar

Wendi Weimar

Senior Contributor

Daniel Teixeira

Daniel Teixeira

Senior Contributor

Craig O'Shannessy

Craig O'Shannessy

Senior Contributor

Jeff Bauer

Jeff Bauer

Senior Contributor

Olivier Bourquin

Olivier Bourquin

Senior Contributor

Vanessa Yingling

Vanessa Yingling

Senior Contributor

John Garhammer

John Garhammer

Senior Contributor

Trent Nessler

Trent Nessler

Senior Contributor

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

Senior Contributor

Deborah L. Stroman

Deborah L. Stroman

Senior Contributor

Jason Gilliam-Alexander

Jason Gilliam-Alexander

Senior Contributor

Cesar Castaneda

Cesar Castaneda

Tennis Coach

CJ Stewart

CJ Stewart

Senior Contributor

Alex Pama

Alex Pama

Senior Contributor

Deuce Larmond

Deuce Larmond

Senior Contributor

Carlos Teixeira

Carlos Teixeira

Tennis Coach

Claire Carter

Claire Carter

Senior Contributor

Greg Werner

Greg Werner

Senior Contributor

Joe Kenn

Joe Kenn

Senior Contributor

Summer Huntington

Summer Huntington

Senior Contributor

Mauricio Marques

Mauricio Marques

Senior Contributor

Aaron Burt

Aaron Burt

Senior Contributor

Kristen Dieffenbach

Kristen Dieffenbach

Senior Contributor

Cam Dailey

Cam Dailey

Senior Contributor

Marcus Lerbach

Marcus Lerbach

Senior Contributor

Iain Byrne

Iain Byrne

Senior Contributor

Rana Reider

Rana Reider

Senior Contributor

Tom Sutter

Tom Sutter

Senior Contributor

JJ Rivet

JJ Rivet

Senior Contributor

Mark Rush

Mark Rush

Senior Contributor

David Ramos

David Ramos

Senior Contributor

Steve McCrath

STEVE McCRATH

SOCCER COACH

Steve McCrath just completed his twenty-first season at the helm of Barry University's men’s soccer program. McCrath has compiled an impressive 228-114-37 record to make him the winningest coach in Barry history and the third-winningest active coach in the Sunshine State Conference with a .650 percentage. McCrath has been named Sunshine State Conference Coach of the Year four times during his tenure with the Buccaneers in 1998, 2000, 2002, and his latest coming in 2010. He's also been named NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year, coming in back-to-back seasons during the 1999 and 2000 campaigns. In 2018, he, along with assistant coach Ali Simmons, keeper coach Brian Galvin and student assistant Maria Zamora were amed the South Region and National coaching staff of the year by United Soccer Coaches. McCrath led the Bucs to the pinnacle of NCAA Division II soccer in 2018, winning the program's first national championship. The Bucs pounded #10 Spring Hill 4-1, advanced in a shootout over #22 Lynn after a scoreless draw to win the South Region championship and advance to the quarterfinals, beat #8 Lander 2-1 to earn a trip to the 2018 Fall Sports Festival. At the Festival, they drew again with #11 Fort Hays State and advanced in the shootout then knocked off #23 West Chester 2-1 to claim the national title. Flavio Colasanti was named the SSC Player and Offensive Player of the Year. Francisco Greco earned the conference Freshman of the Year. They were joined on the All-SSC team by keeper Marco Sordi and defender Stephen Kosmala. Colasanti went on to claim an All-America award from both USC and D2SIDA, while Greco was recognized by D2SIDA. Kosmala was named the Most Outstanding Defensive Player at the national tournament, while Greco earned the Most Outstanding Offensive Player.

With eight appearances in the NCAA Tournament including three straight from 2009-‘11, the Bucs are no strangers on the NSCAA national poll. Since 1992, Barry has ranked in the Top 20 14 times. Since his first season in 1998, McCrath has led his team to eight NCAA Tournament appearances. In 1999 and 2000, the Bucs were selected to host the NCAA National Finals and finished runner-up to Cal State- Dominguez Hills in 2000 after a four overtime loss.

Since 1999, the Bucs have claimed 25 All-America awards. Alen Marcina, the Bucs’ all-time leading scorer, earned three from 2000-02. Mark Anderson, Barry's single-season goal scoring leader, also earned three from 2009-11.In 2011, Anderson also earned SSC, South Regional and National Player of the Year honors for Division II. In 2010, the Bucs set a program record as four players picked up All-America awards, including SSC Player of the Year Sascha Koettig, forward Anderson, defender Joe Conkleton and keeper Johnny Rodrigues. In all, McCrath has coached 53 All-SSC picks, eight SSC Players of the Year, three SSC Freshman of the Year recipients, 37 NSCAA All-South Region picks, 19 D2SIDA All-South Region selections, 13 D2SIDA All-Americans and all 16 of the Bucs’ NSCAA All-Americans.

The Bucs posted undefeated seasons at Buccaneer Field in 2001, 2003 and 2011, winning 11 matches at home in 2003 to establish the school record. Overall in the friendly confines, McCrath has a 117-49-14 mark for a .689 winning percentage. Several players who have played under McCrath have gone on to play professionally, including Marco Velez, Marcina, Mark Anderson, Jacobi Goodfellow, Andy Hylton, Greg Jehs, Devala Gorrick, Alonso Alamo, Andres Perez, Alex Chorinos and Jon Samford. McCrath came to Barry from Seattle Pacific University, where he served as an assistant to his father, Cliff McCrath, from 1995-97. The elder McCrath is the winningest coach in NCAA Division II men’s soccer history with 597 victories, and guided the Falcons to five NCAA Division II titles. A highly-decorated player and coach, the younger McCrath was a four-year letterman at Seattle Pacific. He helped the Falcons to the 1986 NCAA Division II national championship and was captain of the 1989 squad. As a senior, he earned First-Team NCAA Division II All-Far West Region honors. He played professional soccer with the Seattle Storm of the Western Soccer League and later with the indoor Milwaukee Wave of the National Professional Soccer League. He finished his professional career with the Everett Bigfoot in the U.S.I.S.L. Division III. In 1993, he anchored the Murphy’s Pub defense for the U.S. Men’s Amateur national cup champions. McCrath also toured with Athletes-in-Action to South Africa in 1996. After graduating from SPU, McCrath became an assistant coach at Pacific Lutheran University prior to becoming the head coach at Inglemoor High in the Seattle area, where he was named 1992 King County High School Coach of theYear.

McCrath, who holds an "A" coaching license from the United States Soccer Federation and an NSCAA premier license, has also served as a coach for Washington’s Olympic Development Program for five years. In 2011, McCrath also earned a Master Coach Diploma from the NSCAA. In addition, McCrath is the co-coaching director and administrator of Northwest Soccer Camp, one of the nation’s most successful summer soccer camps, in Seattle. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Seattle Pacific in communications in 1990 and received a master’s degree in physical education with a concentration in sports administration in 1993, also from SPU. McCrath married former Barry assistant volleyball coach, Katie McCrath (née Ralph) in June of 2009 and lives in Sunny Isles, Fla. They have a son, Kieran and a daughter, Sienna.