Bill Warburton has been a very successful soccer coach at both the club and high school level. He coached for Winters Mill High School as well as Gerstell Academy, where he led the Varsity Boys team to back-to-back MIAA "B" Conference finals in 2013 and 2014, winning the title in 2013.
Warburton has served as a board member and coach for several local clubs in Carroll and Frederick Counties. He is well known for his futsal training clinics and player development skills. He holds a USSF National Youth license and a class "D" coaching license.
Before joining the Information Systems Department at Carroll Community College in 2017, Warburton served as an Assistant Professor in the Computer Information Systems Program from 2000-2016.
Warburton earned a Bachelor of Science in Forestry from West Virginia University. In addition, he has a master’s degree in Business and Management Information Systems from the University of Baltimore. He resides in Westminster with his wife Maria. They have two grown sons, both of whom played collegiate soccer; one for St. Mary's College of Maryland (Division 3) and the other for Loyola University of Maryland (Division 1).
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTom O'Brien served for four years as an assistant coach
under head coach Graeme Millar at Stevenson University. He was responsible for
defensive strategy, readiness and tactics, as well as goalkeeper development
and training. O’Brien also played and coached at Towson University for Frank
During his playing career at Towson, he served as the team
captain in both his junior and senior seasons. A two-time MVP, he was also an
All-East Coast Conference selection and named to the Division I All-South Team.
O'Brien was the winner of the Towson University “Unsung Hero" award for
men’s sports. In 2000, he was inducted into the Towson University Athletic Hall
O’Brien develops students off the field as well, serving as
an adjunct faculty member at various local community colleges in business,
communications and project management. He recently finished a distinguished
career working for a multi-national information technology and services
In addition to his undergraduate degree in Psychology from
Towson, he earned an MBA from the University of Baltimore, a master’s degree in
Business and Technology Management from Stevenson University and completed leadership
development programs at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of
Business. A native of Baltimore, he and his wife Donna reside in Eldersburg.
Email: email@example.comAmanda Milewski has served as the co-head coach for boys and
girls indoor and outdoor track and field at Liberty High School since 2015, overseeing
175 athletes and six assistant coaches. She was directly responsible for
creating and executing workout plans for distance athletes. In 2015, Milewski led the Girls Outdoor
Varsity team to a county championship title and was named Girls Outdoor Track
Co-Coach of the year by the Carroll County Times.
Milewski’s love of cross-country started in high school in
Elkins, West Virginia, where she competed on the boys’ varsity team before a
girls’ team was formed. She went on to
become the first female athlete at Franklin & Marshall College to earn
All-American honors in two different sports. She is a three-time All-American athlete
in track and field, once in the 5,000 meters and twice in the 10,000-meters.
Milewski was also an All-American cross-country athlete, helping to lead her
college team to an NCAA Division III National Championship title.
Milewski is a freelance writer/editor and communications
consultant. She is an NFHS-certified
cross-country and track and field official and is a member of the Western
Maryland Track Officials Association.
Milewski earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from
Franklin & Marshall College. She was twice inducted into the Franklin and
Marshall Athletic Hall of Fame, first as an individual in 1996 and with the
national championship team in 2001. She resides in Eldersburg with her husband
Mark and three sons.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgJustin Metzger brings more than two decades of running
experience and eight years of coaching to his new role. He served as the head boy’s
cross-country coach at Century High School in Sykesville from 2011 through
2016, when the team became a state finalist. Metzger believes that success lies
in creating a team that has fun together while supporting each other throughout
the entire year, not only during race season.
For the past four years, Metzger has coached at Blackbird
CrossFit in Eldersburg, where in addition to teaching proper movement mechanics
to numerous clients he developed and coached an endurance and recovery
class. He has also coached more than
three dozen athletes from ages 16-55 to meet their goal of successfully
completing, or improving their performance in, a half-marathon. He takes a
holistic approach, focusing on the athlete’s form, nutrition, sportsmanship,
Since 2010, Metzger has taught mathematics, including
advanced placement statistics, at Century High School. Additionally, he is a
curriculum writer for Carroll County Public Schools and has served on the
Teacher Advisory Council.
Metzger earned a Bachelor of Science degree from
Shippensburg University, where he competed in both cross-country and track and
field. He resides in Sykesville with his
supportive wife Sarah and dog Roscoe. Metzger is originally from Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania (the City of Champions) and is a die-hard Penguins fan.