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Katy Moyneur
Katy Moyneur was born and raised in Escondido, CA. She attended San Pasqual High school where she earned 11 varsity letters in field hockey, soccer and softball. While at San Pasqual Katy was named North County Times Athlete of the Year After graduating SPHS, Katy attended the University of Michigan on a field hockey scholarship. In 2001, Katy was a member of the first women's National Championship Team at U of M. Katy started and played in all 91 games of her career. She ranks in the top 3 in Michigan Field Hockey History. Katy was named NCAA All-Tournament Team in 2002. Katy was a recipient of the Athletic Achievement Award in 2004 and 2005. Katy's senior year she was named one of three team captain's and earned All-Big Ten Second Team recognition.

During her 5th year at University of Michigan, Katy student-taught and was the undergraduate assistant coach for her former squad. Katy graduated from U of Michigan in the Spring of 2006 with a major in Physical Education and a minor in Health. Katy pursued her teaching career at Valley Center High School where she was the Head Field Hockey coach and Assistant Soccer Coach from 2007-2011. Katy has also coached Futures since 2004 and has been the U16 Head Coach since 2008. Katy completed her Master's in Education with a specialization in Best Practices in 2010. Katy is currently teaching physical education at La Costa Meadows Elementary School in Carlsbad and continues to coach field hockey all over San Diego.
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Chilly Banuelos Lomeli
Rosie Banuelos-Lomeli, better known as “Chilly”, was born and raised in San Diego where she attended San Pasqual High School and earned Varsity letters in Field Hockey, Track and Field, LaCrosse, and Soccer. During Chilly’s High School career, she earned top honors year after year and was named a 1st Team All-American 2 years, earned 2nd Team All-American honors and nominated All-American as a Freshman. She was named to the U16 National Team as a Freshman and Sophomore and was team Captain, however, due to an ACL Knee surgery her Junior year, she stopped playing at the National Level shortly after.

Chilly accepted a Full-Athletic Scholarship to No.1 Div I Field Hockey School, Old Dominion University, who leads the NCAA with 9 National Championships. There, Chilly earned a starting spot on the team as a Freshman. During that time, she competed in the NCAA Final Four ’02, Elite Eight ’03 and was selected to CAA All-Tournament Teams. She then transferred to UC Berkeley on a Full-Athletic Scholarship. At UC Berkeley, Chilly helped lead the team to higher rankings by being named Senior Team Captain her last season in 2005 where she continued to earn 1st Team All-Region honors.

Chilly has been a U16 Futures Site Coach since 2008 and continues to coach as a Level II Accredited Futures Coach (High Performance and Development- USA Olympic Development Programs). In 2010, Chilly was selected to the USA Olympic Development High Performance Squad but declined to continue with training due to career choices. Chilly looks forward to helping young athletes accomplish their own goals as well as giving back to a sport that gave her so much opportunity and success in her own life.

“Success in anything seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes but don’t quit. They hang on after others have let go”. – Unknown
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