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Rob Brule - Founder

Coach Brule is currently the Assistant Coach of the Connecticut College women's soccer team (2013-present).   In 2014, Rob was part of the Connecticut College womens soccer team's most successful season in program history, going from winning just 3 games in 2013 to winning 16 games in 2014 and winning the NESCAC Championship for the first time in program history.  It was the first NESCAC championship by any team at Connecticut College.  The Camels went on to be ranked #17 in the nation and advanced to second round of the NCAA Division III Championships.

Prior to that, Coach Brule retired as the Head Coach of the Waterford High School girls soccer team, where he capped his 20 year career by leading the Lancers to the Class M State Championship in 2013.  He coached Waterford to 13 Eastern Connecticut Conference Championships in his final 15 years, and was selected Coach of the Year in 2001, 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2013. Overall, Brule has 243 career wins in his 20 years as head coach and was inducted into the SECJSA Hall of Fame in 2013.

During Rob's final 15 seasons at Waterford High School, he accumulated a 177-35-16 overall record, and in his final season his team was the #1 ranked team in the 2013 S/M High School Girls Soccer Poll.  Rob has had 14 of his players have gone on to play competitively at the collegiate level, 8 Division I players, 2 Division II players and 4 Division III players. Coach Brule has produced 6 Players of the Year, 2 NSCAA All-New England players, 17 All-State players, 39 All-Area players, 63 All-Conference players and 13 Connecticut Senior Bowl all-star players. In 2013, he produced the program's only CIAC Class M State Championship Game MVP.  Brule’s 2002 team made its first State Championship Final appearance, outscored opponents 90-10, and finished the season at 17-2-1.  His team was led by Katie Schoepfer , who finished her career as the state of Connecticut's all-time leading goal scorer, and she went on to an All-American career at Penn State where she was named team captain and selected to the U23 National Team. Katie was drafted in the 3rd Round of the 2010 WPS Draft by the New York Sky Blue FC and currently is the team captain for the Boston Breakers. 

He also currently serves as Director of Coaching for the Southeast Soccer Club, a position he has held since 2008.   In 2014, Rob coached the SSC 16G to the first ever CJSA State Cup Championship for a female team and went on to represent Connecticut at the U.S. Regional Championships in West Virginia.   His SSC 18G, advanced to the 2013 CJSA State Cup Final in the summer of 2013, the first SSC female team to reach a State Cup Final. 

Coach Brule has completed the USSF National “D” License and NSCAA Advanced Regional Diploma and is the former Vice President of the Connecticut Girls Soccer Coaches Association.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology with a minor in Psychology, from the University of Maine, where he was a Division I scholarship player from 1986-1990, where his Black Bears won the North Atlantic Conference Championship and was ranked in the top 10 Regional Poll each year.  Coach Brule played semi-professionally for the Moodus Rowdies and Waterford Xara of the Connecticut Soccer League, winning 4 consecutive Connecticut Soccer League Championships in 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1994. 

Rob is currently the Director of Operations for Mindscape Industries, which provides services for people recovering from acquired brain injury and lives in Waterford with his wife of 22 years, Kimberley, and his chocolate lab, Bayle.