Quick Bio - Renato is currently in his 12th year as the Head Men's Soccer Coach as well as the Director of Strength & Conditioning for all varsity sports at Regis College (Weston, MA) located just outside Boston, Massachusetts. He holds an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and a masters degree in Coaching & Teaching Effectiveness from San Diego State University. He has also earned an A License from US Soccer as well as an Advance Coaching Diploma from United Soccer Coaches. "A great coaching friend told to me its time to share all the knowledge you have been fortunate to accumulate over the past 35 years of coaching and training players and clients. It is said that it takes 10,000 hours to master something, I think it's also because it takes that long to commit 10,000 mistakes to learn from and improve upon on your journey to come a more effective coach."
Quick Accomplishments -
1994 World Cup US Men's National Team Head Team Administrator
Major League Soccer, Assistant Coach for Tampa Bay Mutiny & New England Revolution
Major League Soccer, Director of Soccer for San Jose Earthquakes & New England Revolution
Major League Soccer, Assistant Coach for 1996 West All Star Team
Harvard University, Strength & Conditioning Coach
Fitness Together Personal Training Studios, Owner/Operator
Massachusetts Youth Soccer, Staff Coach & ODP Coach
2009 Weston High School (MA), Massachusetts D3 High School Boys State Champions
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1996 Major League Soccer All-Star Game with all participants from the Tampa Bay Mutiny: Head Coach Thomas Rongen, Steve Pittman, Carlos Valderrama, Martin Vasquez, Mark Dougherty, Roy Lassiter, Cle Koimann, Assistant Coach Ritchie Williams and Assistant Coach Renato Capobianco.
Alongside US National Team Coach and 5 time World Cup Head Coach Bora Milutinovic in 1993 at the Grand Opening of the 1994 World Cup Training Center in Mission Viejo (CA). Served as US Men's National Team Administrator. Worked over 80 international matches and visited over 20 countries in the three years leading up to the 1994 World Cup held in the US.
2009 Weston High School (MA) Boys Varsity Soccer Team - Massachusetts D3 State Champions. Served 10 seasons as Head Coach (Pictured here alongside assistant coach and NASL veteran Pete Simonini.)