New Boys Soccer Coach


Dennis Carey

Vice Principal of Athletics and Student Affairs

St. Rose High School



BELMAR, NJ: St. Rose High School is proud to announce Simon Muckle

as Head Coach for the boys varsity soccer team. St. Rose Vice Principal of Athletics and Student Affairs, Dennis Carey said, “We are absolutely thrilled to have Simon joining St. Rose Athletics as head boys varsity soccer coach. Simon’s experience and background speak for themselves, and we believe that under his leadership our boys soccer program will continue to compete at a high level in both regular and postseason play. We would also like to thank our former head coach, Brian Pringle ‘80, for his nearly twelve years of service to the St. Rose High School community and we wish him the best of luck in all of his future endeavors.”

Mr. John Tonero, Principal, said, “After meeting Simon I am excited about his passion for the sport of soccer, his enthusiasm, and his desire to coach at the high school level.”

Simon Muckle has been Director of Coaching for the Players Development Academy (Shore) since 2014. Previously he has worked for NJCSA (now Cedar Stars Academy) serving as the head coach for U-11 and U-12 pre-academy teams preparing players and teams for the United States Development Academy. Simon has worked with the New York Red Bulls and Chicago Fire organizations in Major League Soccer as well as with the Youth Academy of Newcastle United F.C of the English Premier League. Simon studied at Liverpool John Moores University where he earned his B.S. in Science and Football and holds a USSF “B” License. 

When asked to reflect upon joining St. Rose Athletics, Simon said, “I am very excited about joining the coaching staff at St Rose. I would like to thank John Tonero and Dennis Carey for this exciting opportunity. I look forward to being able to continue the rich tradition and history of St. Rose and help in the athletes' journey towards greatness. I cannot wait to get started and get out on the field at the fabled Ed Brown Athletic Complex.”


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