Katy Moyneur- Varsity Head Coach
Katy is a graduate of San Pasqual HS where she was named North County Times Athlete of the year. She went on to play at University of Michigan where she was a member of their first women's National Championship Team. She ranks in the top 3 in Michigan field hockey history. Katy was named NCAA All-Tournament Team in 2002, was recipient of the Athletic Achievement Award in 2004 and 2005. In her senior year, she was a team captain and earned All-Big Ten Second Team recognition. After graduation, she pursued her teaching career at Valley Center HS where she was Head Field Hockey coach and Assistant Soccer coach. She has been involved with the USA Field Hockey Futures program since 2004 and is currently the U16 Head Coach. Katy continues to coach hockey all over San Diego County.
Rosie "Chilly" Banuelos-Lomeli- Assistant Coach
Chilly also graduated from San Pasqual HS where she was earned Varsity letters in field hockey, track and field, lacrosse, and soccer. She earned top honors year after year and was named 1st Team All-American 2 years, earned 2nd Team All-American honors, and was nominated All-American as a Freshman. She was named to the U16 National Team as a freshman and sophomore. Chilly attended Old Dominion University on a full ride scholarship and later transferred to Berkeley on a full ride as well. During her college career, she competed in the NCAA Final Four 2002, Elite Eight 2003, was selected to CAA All-Tournament Teams, as well as named team captain her senior year. Chilly is also involved with Futures as a Level II Accredited Futures Coach. In 2010, she was selected to the USA Olympic Development High Performance Squad but declined to continue with training due to other career interests.
Emily Moran- Junior Varsity Coach
The extent of my field hockey history goes way back to when I played for my high school team on the east coast in New Hampshire. This was quite a while back and some of the rules of the game have changed, but my experience playing is something I will always remember. I had originally started playing because my older sister played, and I found my position as center-mid (then called "center-link") an ideal match for the natural runner in me.
This is my second year teaching at TPHS, and I absolutely love the community here! I teach Painting and Drawing & Design classes, and prior to teaching here I was teaching in the state of Arizona. I moved to San Diego last year because I grew up by the beach and was really starting to miss the ocean breeze (... and I was starting to hate the desert heat!).
I was inspired over the summer watching the olympic field hockey teams play, to get back into field hockey. While researching local pick-up games in San Diego, I was very fortunate to stumble upon this coaching opportunity here at TPHS... where I already teach! This is my first official coaching job, and I have found it to be an extremely rewarding and fun experience! It has been a pleasure getting to know each of the girls on the team and working with them this year. So far we have had a great season, and I have enjoyed watching the girls grow as young athletes!
The highlight of our season would have to be the Serra
Tournament. First, because I feel like it was a real turning point in terms
of establishing a strong sense of team unity. And second, because of that,
the girls took second place out of 16 teams in the county!! I am always
extremely proud of them, however, that day I was especially proud of themEmily
Moran is on staff at TPHS in the Visual and Performing Arts Department
where she teaches Drawing and Design and Painting. She played field
hockey while in school and is excited to be assistant coach this year.
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