Peter 'Pete' Staufenberger joined the Seahawk women’s coaching staff in March 2015 after coaching both boys and girls soccer at St. Mary’s Ryken High School in Leonardtown, Md., for six seasons. During his tenure at Ryken, Staufenberger was the girls varsity assistant coach and the JV head coach, boys varsity assistant, and goalkeeper coach before being promoted to co-head coach of the boys program for the 2011 season.
In addition to his role at St. Mary’s College, he is also a U-12 staff coach with the MSYSA Olympic Development Program. Staufenberger is a long time club coach in the Southern Maryland area where he has acted as both coach and the director of coaching for the Maryland Rush Soccer Club. He has also coached various travel teams with St. Mary’s Soccer Club and Super “Y” with the Calvert Soccer Association.
Staufenberger has been coaching soccer since 1984 and holds various coaching licenses including the NSCAA Premier Diploma, the USYS National Youth License, the NSCAA Level III Goalkeeping Diploma, and the USSF "D".
He is retired from the US Navy and is a test pilot with Northrop Grumman, supporting all facets of E-2D Advanced Hawkeye flight test at NAS Patuxent River. Staufenberger is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School.
Fab Donis joined the St. Mary's College women's soccer coaching staff prior to the 2018 season.
The Arlington, Va., native brought over 20 years of coaching experience with St. Mary's Youth Soccer, including coaching both male and female youth soccer teams as well as organizing and planning practices and game strategies.
He holds a USSF "D" license.
Donis is a retired Air National Guardsman with eight years of active duty experience in the Marine Corps.
Heather Cooke Vetreno joined the Seahawks women's soccer coaching staff for the 2021 campaign.
Vetreno played her college ball at Division I Loyola University Maryland, being a four-year member of the Greyhounds women's soccer program as a defender. The California, Md., native saw action in 82 games with 73 starts at Loyola, tallying four goals and three assists from her defensive back position. She gained a National Soccer Coaches Association of America/adidas All-Northeast Region nod and three All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) honors during her tenure at Loyola.
She was named to the 2009 NSCAA/adidas All-Northeast Region Second Team and 2009 All-MAAC First Team as a senior after leading a Greyhound defense that allowed just over a goal a game and helping them advance to the NCAA College Cup.
Chad Reed became the goalkeeper coach for both the men's and women's soccer teams prior to the 2021 season.