Played at Bel Air High School where she made 1st team All-County, 1st team All-State and currently holds the all-time points record for Women’s
titles, six Region XX Championships, four District Championships, and mentored a total of fourteen NJCAA All-Americans.
The 2014 women's squad went 15-4-0 en route to the conference, region and district titles while reaching the NJCAA National Tournament for the fourth time in his career. From 2006-11, the Fighting Owls earned six-straight berths into the Region XX Championship Game, winning the title and advancing to the NJCAA National Tournament in 2011, 2009 and 2006. He has also mentored an NJCAA All-American in four of the last six seasons.
The Fighting Owl men’s squad has set numerous program records under Muffeletto, including winning MD JUCO Conference Title. Twice they have reached the Region XX Championships falling in the 89th minute in both attempts.
As a player, Muffoletto trained at the professional level with Brazilian clubs Remo and Paysandu and was a four-year member of the Olympic Development Program as an amateur, during which he was an Adidas Golden Glove award-winner.
Muffeletto has continued to bring his passion for the sport to the community and now serves as the Director of Goalkeeping and Coach with us at Top Flight Sports.
Soccer at Bel Air. Went on to play division 2 soccer and lacrosse at Wilmington University. While at Wilmington Colby earned 1st team All CACC, MVP Award, an All-Region selection and Women’s Senior Athlete of the Year award. She still holds the record for career assists (26) and is third in goals (31) at Wilmington where only 3 of her 4 years were even counted due to the schools official move to the NCAA after her first season. Currently, Colby is married, a mother of two girls and works in IT at T. Rowe Price. Colby and her family reside in Harford County.
Coach Muffeletto has been the women's head coach since the 2004 season, and he took over as the head coach of the men's program in 2010. During that time, he has won seven MD JUCO
experience at NCAA Division II Wilmington University in both soccer and Lacrosse.
He began his coaching career with club teams in the Abingdon Football Club and Soccer Club of Baltimore. He also served as Coach and Club Vice President and president of the Harford Kicks Soccer Club. He later joined the Upper Chesapeake Soccer Club as Club VP and Coach leading his team to a National 3v3 Championship Runner-Up in 2001 and a National 3v3 Championship in 2002.
In 1998 Coach Bugda joined the Bel Air High School Girls Soccer coaching staff where he helped guide them to 5 County Championships, 3 Regional Championships and 2 appearances in the Maryland State Finals.
As the Assistant Coach and Lead Recruiter at Wilmington University, Bugda helped lead the Lady Wildcats to their first ever Regular Season Championship. In 2004 Coach Bugda became the 1st ever Head Coach of the Women's Lacrosse program at Wilmington University. In 2006 he was promoted to Head Coach of the Women's Soccer program as well, leading both programs until 2008. During that time he led his programs to several tournament appearances, several All-Conference, All-Region selections and All-American selections.
After resigning in 2008 from both programs he returned to the Women's Soccer program as an Assistant Coach and Director of Women's Soccer Recruiting. He also re-joined the Lacrosse program as Head Coach in 2010 for two seasons before retiring as the longest tenured and winningest coach in program history.
Co-founder of Top Flight Sports in 2008, Coach Bugda has an extensive resume of coaching and training ranging from travel, club, and high school all the way to his assistant and head coaching
Along with Co-founding Top Flight Sports in 2008, Coach Ruggiero spent eight seasons with the NCAA Division II women’s soccer program at Wilmington University in Delaware. Prior to being named head
coach , Ruggiero spent two seasons as the top assistant coach. Before stepping down Ruggiero spent close to a decade becoming the longest tenured and winningest coach in program history. He led the team to its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2012, capturing a conference Regular Season Championship on its way to its first conference Tournament Championship. Ruggiero coached six women to All-Conference honors that year, and picked up his second CACC Coach of the Year award in 2012.
He also orchestrated one of the team’s best overall seasons in 2010 (15-5), becoming the first program to ever go undefeated (12-0) in the conference, and earning the CACC Coach of the Year award. Under his tutelage, a total of 16 Wildcat student-athletes have been named an All-Conference selection and 8 to All-Region selections.
Prior to starting his coaching career at Wilmington, Ruggiero played for two seasons as a goalkeeper for Wilmington University. He was the starting keeper for the Wildcat’s 2003 squad that captured the conference regular-season championship. Ruggiero is a former All-Conference selection, having posted an astounding 0.86 goals against average as well as an NJCAA All-Region selection.
A graduate from Delaware power, Salesianum High School's, Ruggiero has a Bachelors Degree in Sports Management and a Masters Degree in Sport Administration. His coaching resume also includes both high school and collegiate coaching experience (NCAA Division II and III), Olympic Development Program (ODP), and club coaching.