Rebecca has been the head coach of the girls’ varsity soccer team since 2014. She is assistant director of athletics and works with Cottage V (Manchester). Most recently, she was an assistant coach at University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and she previously coached at Marist College and St. Bonaventure University. Her teams qualified for Atlantic-10 postseason play each year, advancing to the semifinals twice and the championship game twice. She assisted in the development of 12 All-Conference players. As a goalkeeper coach, Becca mentored athletes to All-Region, All-New England, and All-Atlantic-10 honors in 2011; the Atlantic-10 All-Tournament team in 2012; and to candidacy for NCAA Women’s Player of the Year in 2010. At St. John's University, Becca studied sports management and was a goalkeeper for the women's soccer team from 2005 to 2009, earning Big East Academic Scholar-Athlete honors for three years. Becca has worked in youth soccer in the Tri-State area, upstate New York, and western Massachusetts. She served as a youth director and head of goalkeeper development for the Southern Tier Premier League (Olean, New York) and Middlepath FC (Poughkeepsie, New York); coached the FC Massachusetts U14 boys’ team and was the club goalkeeper director; and she has served as Region 1 Olympic development program staff member. Rebecca is a member of the Massachusetts Olympic Development Goalkeeper Staff.
Jake joined NMH in 2017, and is excited to help build the program into one of the leaders in New England. He played soccer at Champlain College in Burlington, Vt., and has coached for top teams and programs in the region, including FC Massachusetts, Western United, and NEFC. Jake has a NSCAA national diploma, NSCAA GK level-3 certification, and a USSF National D license.