Sanfilippo was hired as an assistant coach during the spring of 2014.
A four-year starting midfielder and two-year team captain during his college playing days, Sanfilippo brings a great deal to the table for the SJC men's soccer program. An outstanding player and great competitor on the pitch, the Walpole, Massachusetts native earned a pair of All-Conference honors and played in three GNAC Championship matches, and was a key member of two conference champion sides, during his collegiate career.
With Sanfilippo on the field, the Monks posted the best four-year record (46-32-6, .590), including an outstanding 23-12-2 (.657) mark versus GNAC foes, in program history. He left the men's soccer program as the career-leader in games played (82) and tallied 12 goals, six assists and 30 total points, while missing just two contests, over four seasons.
Sanfilippo, a proven winner who brings instant credibility to the position, understands what is required to compete at a high level and has strong ties to Saint Joseph's College.
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Amory Houghton was added to the SJC men’s soccer coaching staff prior to the 2016 preseason.
Houghton played collegiate soccer at Division II Franklin Pierce University, where he was a four-year contributor as a midfielder for the Ravens. He earned various honors, including NE-10 All-Tournament Team, NCAA All-Tournament Team, and NE-10 All-Conference accolades, during his time on the pitch and tallied 13 goals and 12 assists in 66 collegiate contests.
As a junior, Houghton helped lead Franklin Pierce to the NCAA DII Final Four with the best record (21-1-1) in program history. He also served as a team captain during his senior season.
Houghton is entering his second season as a coach at Seacoast United Soccer Club and is working on completing his "D" level coaching license.
Jeremiah (J) Moody grew up in a military family and has spent many years in different parts of the globe playing, coaching and watching this great game. As a boy on the west coast watching the likes of Preki, Steve Zungul and Mike Dowler with the Tacoma Stars MISL team, he developed a passion for the game that stuck. J spent his early days as a keeper but later moved into the field where he played through high school and two years at the University of Maine Presque Isle where he helped the Owls win their conference, NCC at the time, with 4 goals as a freshman. After his sophomore season J joined the Army and was stationed in Landstuhl Germany where he played in net for the Kaiserslautern regional team. He also won the European Armed Forces Championship with the K-town volleyball team as an outside hitter.
While in Germany he married, had his first son and later a second son upon returning to the US. He found another side of the game and started coaching when the boys got a little older. J’s been coaching now for 10 years at various levels of the game and has helped coach Seacoast United Maine teams to the Granite State Championships, Region I Championships and Super Y Nationals. He is also the Boys Director of Soccer at Bonny Eagle Soccer Club and head coach for the Seacoast United Goalkeeper School in Gorham. J holds the NSCAA National GK License, and just completed the USSF C Course in August of 2014.
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