Bob Pipech - Goalkeeping Director

Director of Goalkeepers

Bob Pipech – Goalkeeping Director

o   Former Head Boys Soccer Coach at Pen Argyl Area High School

o   Coach for Vision Soccer Training Academy (NJ) spring and summer 2013  

o   Former Assistant Coach at Muhlenberg College for 2 seasons (2010-2011) Helped lead Team to the Sweet 16 of NCAA Tournament (2010)

o   Former Boys and Girls Soccer Coach at Pleasant Valley High School (2006-2008)

o   Former Boys Coach at Palmerton High School (2009-2010)

o   FC Lehigh Goalkeeping Director for club (2009-2011). Trained all club goalkeepers, Director of Goalkeeping Camps and Clinics

o   National “D” License, Level I and II Goalkeeping Diplomas through the NSCAA

o   Director of Striker and Goalkeeper Camps at the Pocono Dome - Sports facility in Sciota, PA (12-13) Over 90 players attend 2 sessions

o   Coach for the Collegiate Soccer ID camp at Muhlenberg College in 2010 and 2011 consisting of coaches from over 20 Division I,II, and III schools from the Northeast

o   Trained players across Northeastern PA and NJ, including Parkland Soccer Club, Palisades Soccer Club, West End Soccer Club, Lehigh Valley United, Phillipsburg, and many more Playing: 

o   Played at Saint Francis University (Division 1) for 4 years (2002-2005) which included: -

Setting School Records at the time in:

o   Goals Against Average (GAA) 0.78

o   Most Shutouts in a Season (7)

o   Most Shutouts in a Career (15) - Ranked 7th

-        Nationally in Save Percentage 0.835(2005-06) - Ranked 19th in GAA (2005)  - Ranked 13th nationally in saves per game (03-04) Season - -

o   Northwestern University Tournament All-Tournament Team on 10/04/05 -

o   Saint Francis University Scholar-Athlete of the year 05-06  

o   Played amateur-professionally for the Pocono Snow of the National Premier Soccer League for three seasons- 2013, 2011, 2009  

o   Played for the National Champion Pennsylvania Stoners in 2008 (National Premier Soccer League is the 4th tier on the Professional US Soccer Pyramid. ) As a youth, played for with club teams including perennial Super Nova F.C, Lehigh Valley United, Perugia A.C Grifos, Northeast Attack, and ENCO

o   Won National Super Y-league (USL) club championship in 2000 with Super Nova F.C