Esmeralda Negron

Esmeralda Negron founded her training company in 2013. She has trained, and consulted for, many players over the years who have played at top DI and DIII colleges. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the soccer world that includes a playing career at Princeton University, where she broke, and still holds, many records. She was a First Team All-American, a 2-time Ivy League Player of the Year, an All-Ivy Player three of her four years on the varsity team, and a member of the U-21 US Women’s National Team.

After graduating from Princeton, she went on to play professionally in the top leagues in Europe. She then served as an assistant soccer coach and recruiting coordinator at both Seton Hall and Princeton over the course of eight years. 

Esmeralda currently works in international soccer, where she has traveled with and observed the training methods of Real Madrid, Manchester United, and Chelsea. She uses her wealth of experience to help players achieve their goals and reach their potential. 


Gabriella (Gabby) Guzman

Gabby graduated with a degree in Psychology from Princeton University in 2014, where she was a starting center-midfielder on the Women's Varsity Soccer team. She was a member and captain of the 2012 Ivy League Champion team that went undefeated in the Ivy League and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. She received first-team All-Ivy selections her junior and senior year, as well as NSCAA second-team All-Mid Atlantic Region her senior year. 

Gabby is currently a second-year doctoral student in clinical psychology (PsyD) at Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) in Piscataway, NJ. She has provided psychotherapy to adults and adolescents in many different settings who struggle with a wide range of psychological problems, including depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, and more. She is interested in working with athletes in the future.



Claire Pinciaro

Claire graduated with a degree in Sociology from Princeton University in 2013 where she was a goalkeeper on the women's soccer team. She was the starting goalkeeper on the 2012 Ivy League Champion team that went undefeated in the Ivy League and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. She received All-Ivy League honors in 2012. Claire also received the Kathy Kobler Garrett award which is presented annually to that member of the Princeton varsity women's soccer team whose generosity, positive attitude, genuine consideration for others, and quiet energy makes her essential to the success of the team.

Claire worked in Princeton University's Office of Admission for 2.5 years before switching over to her current role as a leadership program coordinator in the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students. 


Jen Hoy

While at Princeton Jen majored in Economics with a certificate in Spanish Language and Culture. Her senior year, the Princeton Women’s soccer team went undefeated in the Ivy League and progressed to the second round of the NCAA tournament. Jen was named Ivy League Player of the year and also received the Otto von Kienbusch Award for Sportswoman of the Year in 2013. She was drafted to play professional soccer by the Chicago Red Stars during the winter of her senior year, and shortly thereafter she received her first call up to the U-23 National Team. She played 5 seasons with Chicago in the National Women’s Soccer League three of which resulted in advances to the semi finals. During the 2017 off season Jen took her career abroad to play for the Newcastle Jets in Australia. Jen was recently traded back ‘home’ to Sky Blue FC in New Jersey where she is continuing to pursue her professional career.