Andy Hicks was drafted by the Baltimore Blast as a goalkeeper in 2002. He was a 4-year goalkeeper at Towson University. During his career he broke a 25-year record with the most shutouts in a season and was named defensive player of the year as well as the 2002 recipient of the “Jack Hart Unsung Hero” award for all Towson University athletics. In addition, he was the first soccer player in T.U. history to earn the coveted “Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Week”. During his senior year at Towson, Andy was ranked nationally in the top 10 of the NCAA for goalkeeping.
2002 Baltimore Blast Goalkeeper Draft Pick
2004 - 2007 - Co-Head Coach, HBFC U-17 Boys
2009 - 2011- Head Coach, Winters Mill High School, Varsity Girls
2012 - Present Head Coach, Winters Mill High School, Varsity Boys
2012 - 2015 Member of the Over-30 USASA National Championship Team - Christos FC
Todd Muschik was a 4-year starter at Bethany College. After college, he was the Assistant Coach for the Men's and Woman's programs at his alma mater in 2004.
His coaching resume has continued to expand over the years. He coached the FC Frederick U15-U19 Boys Premier Teams from 2005 to 2011. He was also the Tuscarora High School Assistant Coach from 2005 to 2006. He was the assistant coach for the Liberty High School Boys Varsity Soccer program in 2007 and transitioned the following year to the Varsity Coach from 2008 to 2012. He also continues to train boys and girls club teams.