Josh has been involved in soccer for 30+ years. Tyler is entering his 20th year coaching high level women’s soccer. He coached St. Charles Community College to a 41-11-3 record, Region XVI Championships in 2014, 2015 and 2016, along with being awarded Region XVI Coach of the Year in 2014, 2015 and 2016. He left St. Charles having coached 25 All-Region and All-American players, leading the team to their first National Championship berth in 2014, finishing 9th in the country.
Josh served as the Assistant Women’s Coach at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, a NCAA Division II Program for 3 years . Tyler is currentlyand a Staff Trainer and Coach at Missouri Rush Soccer Club where he coaches an 2006 & 2003 Girls Team. He lives in St. Charles, MO, with his wife Emily and their two boys, Jackson and Harrison, who are involved with the Youth Development Program at Missouri Rush.
Josh’s passion lies with helping players understand the recruitment process. As the CAP Director for Rush Soccer, his biggest goal for the program is that it would provide any Rush player interested in attending college with the necessary information and resources to achieve his/her desire to do that. The CAP Program wants college coaches to think of Rush Soccer first when they start thinking about their needs for their recruitment class.
Director of International Affairs
Calvano has developed experience at every level of the sport, beginning at age 15 with Botafogo, one of the largest clubs in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After a brief period with AC Perugia in Italy, Calvano spent two seasons with FC Barcelona B, including friendly matches with FC Barcelona A and Lionel Messi.
After building international rapport, Calvano decided to join the NASL with Minnesota United for two seasons from 2014-2016. As a dependable force in the backline, the center defender appeared in 71 caps for the United before signing with Penn FC in March of 2017.
Calvano’s success with Penn FC was a showcase of his credibility, maintaining the backline for the 2017 season and returning in 2018 to finish with 15 starts in 15 appearances, making for a total of 1272 minutes.
As Calvano steps into a new position, this time he steps into the role of Director of International Affairs for Rush Soccer.
“One of my goals will be expand our brand globally, overseeing our current international clubs and trying to identify the top young talent. With our services and connections, I want to give those players the opportunity to play professional or college soccer.”
The methodology and vision of the Rush Way intrigued Calvano, and the International Affairs position gives him an opportunity to serve the sport that raised him.
Pablo is from Argentina, born and raised in Buenos Aires. He played soccer his entire life, competing at high school, university, and moving on to semi-professional levels until his 30’s. He graduated with a Bs. in Economics, three years later received a Master’s in Project Evaluation & Project Management, and later on earned a second Master’s Degree in Sports Training, specializing in Soccer Conditioning and Sports Nutrition. His Soccer Coaching education started in his home country and continued in the USA, acquiring multiple licenses and certificates from both USSF and USC.
Before joining Rush Soccer, he worked several years as a Project Management Specialist, for some of the largest companies in the world, such as IBM, and the Techint Group.