Messiah College (2015-2018)
NCAA Division III National Championship Runner Up (2016)
NCAA Division III Appearances (Sweet 16, Elite 8, & Final 4)
Middle Atlantic Conference Champions (2015, 2016, & 2018)
Middle Atlantic Conference Championship Runner Up (2017)
Cumberland Valley High School
PIAA District III AAA Champions (2012, 2014, & 2015)
PIAA State AAA Champions (2012)
PIAA State AAA Championship Runner Up (2013)
PIAA First Round of States AAA (2014 & 2015)
Mid Penn Commonwealth Conference Champions (2012, 2013, 2014, & 2015)
WPSL Hershey FC
Five Year Starter
WPSL All Star (2016)
Keystone College Women's Soccer (2019-2021)
Planned technical and tactical drills for training sessions
Scouted Opposing Teams
Formed relationships with student athelites to help develop character off the field
Abington Youth Soccer (2020-Present)
2010 Girls Team, 2012 Girls Team (Present), and 2008 Girls Team
I am beyond excited to be working with Athelite Performance Training, Jenton and
the high-level staff that makes up the APT team. Being part of the area's premier
training opportunity that brings players from distances as far as my hometown of
Syracuse NY( the place I grew up and began to play this beautiful game) surrounding
areas and everywhere in between. Jenton has built an incredible relationship here with the
local NEPA/ Upstate NY communities and the growth pf the company is a testament to the results driven program that prides itself on building personal relationships and mentoring the clients in all aspects of training. Having built its second top of the line facility in Scott Township will APT to impact so many more players/ clients of all levels to attain the individual goals they have set. I'm just psyched to be a part of it! As the head men's coach at Marywood, one of my goals is to find ways to help improve the level of youth soccer in the area, and I felt joining APT was the best way to do that. I am looking forward to working with all ages, levels, and players, the APT staff and everyone who is part of the APT program.
Guinto is a 2011 graduate of St. John Fisher College, where he played all four years and in 66 matches. He helped lead the Cardinals to the Empire 8 Conference Tournament three times, including an E8 Championship game appearance as a freshman in 2007. In his junior season he helped pace the Cardinals to an ECAC Upstate Championship crown. As a senior, he was named a captain. Guinto also played three seasons for the club’s NPSL team and led the team in minutes played in his debut season. He helped his side record wins over DC United and New York Red Bulls and has made 3 appearances in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
Guinto is a USSF National D-Licensed and NSCAA Level 6-Licensed coach. He also holds a Level 1 Goalkeeper License through the NSCAA.
Guinto’s first experiences with coaching came at the club level with Greater Binghamton Football Club (Binghamton, NY) and with New York State West Olympic Development Program (ODP). He coached the ’02 Select Boys side to three consecutive finals in 2016, as well as a semi-final penalty shootout loss at the 2017 Disney Wide World of Sports President’s Day Cup, and a championship at the 2017 FC Delco Championships.
Matt Guinto was named Head Men's Soccer Coach at Marywood in March 2022. He also serves as the Facilities Manager for the Center for Athletics and Wellness. Guinto came to Marywood after serving as Associate Head Coach at Vassar College in New York.
At Vassar, Guinto was promoted to Associate Head Coach for the men's soccer team in June of 2020. He joined the program as an assistant in 2019. A Syracuse, NY-native, Guinto came to Vassar having spent two seasons as the assistant coach at Utica College. Guinto also served as part of the facilities staff for the Vassar Athletics Department.
During his tenure, Guinto has helped the Brewers to a 11-4-2 (5-2-2 Liberty League) record in 2021 and to nine victories in 2019. The squad's season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic for the Fall 2020.
In that 2019 season, the Brewers posted impressive Liberty League victories over Bard, Union, St. Lawrence, Clarkson, RIT and then 22nd-ranked Ithaca at home in late October. Vassar advanced to the Liberty League Tournament, shouldering a tough 1-1 draw to RIT that saw the Tigers advance on penalty kicks. Guinto has helped mentor several outstanding players during his tenure, including three on All-League Honorable Mention, as well as 22 Liberty League All-Academic selections.
In his first season at Utica, Guinto helped the program recover from a 2-13-1 campaign in 2016 to an 8-9-2 record in the 2017 season. He left Utica after two seasons as the assistant, helping the program to 13 combined wins and recording the program’s first-ever victories over Stevens Technology and Hobart College.
Ms. Karla Ruspi, Teacher, Fitness and Wellness Instructor
Karla holds a degree in Health and physical education from Marywood University and is a
certified CPR and First aid Instructor from the American Heart Association. Currently, this busy
mom of 3 is a Health and Physical Education Teacher at Abington Heights Middle School, and a fitness
enthusiast by night. Karla has been in the Fitness Industry for 20 years. She has instructed any class
you can imagine from Cardio kickboxing, to Spin, to Total body strength & conditioning, to her favorite and most
effective, HIIT Training! Karla specializes in small/ large group style classes to personal one-on-one training sessions.
Karla is also a co-founder of a nonprofit organization, LRJ Foundation, which provide mental health education programs to schools throughout Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Virginia since 2012.
Karla states, “If you know me you know health and fitness is simply my lifestyle, and I'm extremely passionate about it. I believe that life is all about balance and being mentally and physically healthy. This is the mindset I pour into my clients. I tell my clients, you schedule your workouts like you schedule your nail appointment, business meeting, or weekly happy hour with your buddies. This way there are no excuses!”
Karla Ruspi - Head Personal Trainer
Hunter Sowersby enters his fourth season as a coach on Marywood's staff. Sowersby served
s Interim Head Coach during the 2021 campaign. Hunter Sowersby joined the Marywood
University men's soccer staff as an assistant coach in 2019. He previously served as an assistant
en's and women's soccer coach at his alma mater Wells College. Sowersby played four seasons with
he Express from 2013-16. During that time, he scored 16 goals, six assists and 38 points. He was
elected to the All-NEAC Third Team as a sophomore. He was an assistant coach at Wells for both soccer
programs in 2017. During that time, Sowersby also served as an admissions counselor. More recently, he was an assistant boy's soccer coach at Sidney Central School District in New York. He was also the owner and primary trainer for Clearly Heart Academy in Sidney. Sowersby holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Sport Management from Wells College.
Kyle Streich was one of APT's first athletes as he trained under head trainer, Jenton, for 10 years.
Kyle has played a range of sports but basketball was his focus throughout his varsity high school career
at local school of Mountain View where he became a league all star and then continued to play for the
PennState Scranton's Men's Basketball Team.
Since graduating Kyle has transitioned to powerlifting and strength training and has even competed in USPA Powerlifting Meets where he met qualifications to compete at their yearly National Event.
Kyle's experience and expertise lies within strength training, bodybuilding while also having experience within weight loss as Kyle grew up with weight issues but was able to flip his appearance and health with the help of APT training, discipline, and hard work.