Born Lawrence, MA to parents Charles and Kathleen, Charlie moved to Derry, NH where he first learned about the game of soccer through his father and a Derry recreational team. He joined his first travel team, Londonderry Soccer Club, after a month of playing rec soccer. Watching the US hosted 1994 World Cup at the age of 8 was the exact moment he decided he wanted to be a professional soccer player. Charlie moved to Manchester, NH for 3rd grade and resided there until High School. He played for many clubs but Seacoast United was instrumental in his youth career. He played in top level tournaments and the club helped raise his level of play.
Charlie went to the Brooks School of the Independent School League for high school and scored 101 goals. He received a full scholarship to Boston College, where, in his first season, was named BIG EAST Rookie of the Year. The summer following his freshman year, he played on the US Youth National Team winning the Milk Cup and was named MVP and Golden Boot winner. After tearing his meniscus in the first game of his sophomore year, he fought to get back to full fitness and in his junior season was named ACC Player of the Year and runner up for the Herman Trophy. He left Boston College after his junior season signing with top division Swedish professional team Hammarby, IF. Six months later, Charlie was called up to the US National Team for the very first time and played against China to receive his first cap. He also competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and, in 2009, was an integral part of the FIFA Confederations Cup Finalist US team. In July 2009 a club team from France, FC Sochaux, acquired him and he scored two goals in his home debut against league champions Bordeaux. Two months later, Charlie was involved in a tragic car accident that required countless surgeries and took 18 months to return to professional soccer. In his first game back, playing for DC United he scored two goals against the Columbus Crew. Since his return, Charlie went to Europe to play for Randers FC of the Danish league and in 2013 he returned home to play with the New England Revolution where he scored 4 playoff goals last year and is currently the team's leading goal scorer.
As an employee for Seacoast United from 1997-2009, Kim held many different roles and responsibilities at Seacoast United and was an integral part of the success of the club. She oversaw the Community Summer Camp Programs and started the first residential overnight camp for our younger club players. She started the girls Junior Academy program which is now a foundation for the club. She helped operate the Indoor Soccer Facility in Hampton since its inception. She was one of the original four who worked out of a trailer while the facility was being built. It was the beginning of what is now a very successful youth sports program in New England.
Kim grew up in Marlboro, MA where she was a Hall of Fame Inductee for Marlboro High School. She played for the Greater Boston Bolts Club team who were National Champions. She was a former member of the US Youth National Team at the U14, U16, U18, and U20 age groups. She received a full scholarship to the University of New Hampshire and was the first member of her family to receive a College Degree. At the University of New Hampshire, she was captain of the Women's Soccer team, 2nd all-time leading scorer, and a Hall of Fame Inductee. She also sang the National Anthem for every Women’s Soccer Home game from Freshman Year though her Senior Year.
Kim currently holds a USSF B License. She has been coaching for Seacoast United since 1997 and thoroughly enjoys working with youth players to not only teach them the game of soccer but to instill work ethic, sportsmanship and responsibility on and off the field. Many of her players went on to Division 1 programs but also became very successful adults with the foundation of hard work and determination through the game of soccer. Kim currently resides in Deerfield, NH with her husband Alan and her two children Liam and Delaney. She currently works for Allergen as an Account Manager in Long Term Care. Both of her children currently play for Seacoast United. Liam Foley plays for U13 Boys Select and Delaney plays for U12 Girls Elite team. She has come full circle with Seacoast United.
A native of Durham, NH, Hubbard lifted the Oyster River High School boys’ soccer team to consecutive New Hampshire Class I championships before he graduated in 1999. Marc was a member of one of Seacoast United’s first two teams in 1992. As an 11 year old he made the U14 boys team coached by Paul Willis and played for the Club for the next 7 years before starring at Colgate University. He was a three-time Patriot League Second Team selection and three-year captain for the Red Raiders and graduated with a degree in Political Science. He played professionally for three years with the New Hampshire Phantoms of the USL Second Division, where he was a two-year captain and 2006 USL First Team honoree as well as a Defender of the Year finalist.
During his time as an assistant coach of the UNH men’s soccer team (2003-2007), the team reached back-to-back America East semifinals (‘06 & ‘07).
After serving as an assistant coach of UNH’s men’s soccer team, Hubbard had seven outstanding seasons at SNHU leading the Penmen to a 117-20-6 (.839) overall record and its second NCAA national championship in 2013. Hubbard was named the 2013 NSCAA Division II Coach of the Year, the Northeast-10 Coach of the year for 2008, 2009, & 2013, and the NSCAA East Region Coach of the Year in 2008. Hubbard departed SNHU as the national leader in winning percentage in Division II. The Penmen led Division II in team goals-against average three times during his tenure (2008, 2010, 2013) and made it to seven consecutive NCAA Championships. Overall, SNHU won four Northeast-10 championships (2008, 2012, 2013, 2014) and four NE-10 regular season titles (2008, 2009, 2013, 2014).
Marc was hired as head coach of the University of New Hampshire men's soccer team on April 4, 2015 and he has led the team to a 6-0-1 start to the 2015 season.
Ron is currently Senior Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and Chief Financial Officer of UFP Technologies, Inc., a $140 million publically traded, customer converter of foam, plastics and other specialty materials headquartered in Georgetown, MA. Ron moved to West Newbury, MA in 1997 with his wife Mayte and then young children Gabrielle and Christopher (CJ). Both Gabrielle and CJ played for the Club. A member of the Seacoast Board for 12 years, Ron was president for 7. He is passionate about the game and continues to play. Ron played high school soccer at Mount Saint Charles academy in Rhode Island and then four years at King’s College, Wilkes-Barre, PA. In addition to serving on the Seacoast Board, Ron was also an active member of the West Newbury Youth Soccer association and Pentucket Youth Soccer Association. He was instrumental in getting new fields built in West Newbury and here at Seacoast. Both Mayte and daughter Gabrielle (UCONN graduate) are teachers in the Lawrence, MA public school system. CJ graduated this year from Bryant University and currently works for Hanover Insurance in Worcester, MA.
Jarkko Tuominen passed away on September 23, 2005 by an accidental fall on a beach trip with friends. Jarkko was the soul-mate and forever love of Stephanie Jenness. He was the son of the late Jarkko Tuominen and is survived by his mother Kati Tuominen-Maki, brother Juha, sister Kaisa, step-father Mel Maki, step-brothers Erik and Shaun Maki, step-sister Liisa Maki and also countless friends, co-workers, and relatives.
Jarkko was a dual Finnish/American citizen living half of his life in Finland before moving to Oregon to attend Concordia University on a full scholarship. He graduated in 1994 with a bachelor degree in Sports Marketing and played on their soccer team all four years. He still has several records that have not been beat and was inducted into the Concordia University Hall of Fame. His last three years with Nike were as a top soccer sales rep, and he worked a total of 10 years for Nike. Jarkko was a vibrant life force who touched everyone in his path and he always had a smile on his face. He was loved immensely and will never be forgotten, because his heart will be in our hearts, forever.