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Coaches / Staff

Brian Gill Head Coach

Brian Gill, who spent the 2017 season as an assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania and has more than a decade of coaching experience in college soccer, enters his second season as Penn's James C. Gentle Head Coach of Men's Soccer. Gill takes over for Rudy Fuller, who was promoted to Senior Associate Athletic Director for Intercollegiate Programs in February.

"Brian is one of the top young coaches in college soccer, and we are thrilled that he will lead our men's soccer program," Calhoun said. "He places an emphasis on the student-athlete experience, has proven himself as a high-level recruiter, and has championship and NCAA Tournament experience as a coach. We look forward to celebrating many future successes under Brian's leadership."

"It is a tremendous honor to be selected as the next head men's soccer coach at the University of Pennsylvania," Gill said. "The program has a rich tradition of success, and I am excited for the opportunity to expand my role and lead this program to help further that tradition. I want to personally thank Dr. Grace Calhoun for having the trust in me to lead this program going forward. Additionally, I would like to thank Rudy Fuller for believing in me and for his mentorship over the last year in showing me how special the Penn men's soccer community truly is."

"I am thrilled to hand over the coaching reins to Brian," Fuller said. "We have known each other for over a decade, but this past year has given me a first-hand look at his ability to comprehensively lead a program. I've always known that he was one of the top recruiters in the country, but what I've come to learn in the past year is that his mentoring and coaching are just as special. He truly cares about the well-being of our student-athletes, on and off the field. I have spent the majority of my career trying to build on the storied tradition of Penn men's soccer, and I am extremely confident that Brian is the leader to push the program to even greater heights in the years ahead."

Gill spent the past season as assistant coach for Penn, helping coach four All-Ivy honorees. Prior to his arrival in University City, he spent seven seasons at Georgetown as an assistant. His tenure in the nation's capital was highlighted by five trips to the NCAA Tournament, including reaching the NCAA College Cup final in 2012 and appearances in the Elite Eight (2014) and Sweet Sixteen (2013, 2015). Georgetown won four Big East championships and was nationally-ranked each season from 2010-15.

The Georgetown coaching staff was named the Big East Coaching Staff of the Year three times and four of Gill's recruiting classes were ranked in the top six nationally, peaking at fourth in 2013 and 2014. During his tenure at Georgetown, Gill coached 14 players who signed with a Major League Soccer (MLS) squad, one MAC Hermann Trophy finalist, three Hermann Trophy semifinalists, nine All-Americans, 22 regional All-Americans, nine Big East Players of the Year, and 30 All-Big East honorees, as well as the College Cup Most Outstanding Offensive Player. Additionally, one Academic All-American, one Big East Scholar-Athlete and one Elite 89 Award winner have played under Gill's tutelage.

Prior to spending time in the nation's capital, Gill spent one season at Seattle University (2009) and two seasons at Lafayette College (2007-08) as an assistant coach.

Gill currently holds a USSF 'B' License as well as an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and a National Goalkeepers Diploma.

As a player, Gill was a three-time captain and two-time team MVP at Rider University and helped the Broncs reach the MAAC Championship match in 2000 and 2003. He also played goalkeeper for the Brooklyn Knights of USL's Premier Development League from 2001-03.

Gill graduated magna cum laude from Rider in 2004 with a degree in secondary education and history. He earned his master's degree at Georgetown in sports industry management in 2015.

Jonathan Delano Assistant Coach

Jonathan Delano enters 2019 in his second year as an assistant coach for the University of Pennsylvania men's soccer program.

Delano arrived to Penn after spending the past five seasons at Harvard, most recently in the role of associate head coach. His tenure featured the second-most Ivy League wins over the past five years in the history of Harvard soccer, and in 2015, Delano was named the NSCAA East Region Assistant Coach of the Year.

With the Crimson, Delano developed six professional players in four years including two MLS players, one second division player in Spain, two USL players, and one second division player in Australia, in addition to working with 2017 MLS SuperDraft pick, Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu. Delano oversaw 19 All-Ivy honorees in his five years with Harvard.

Prior to his stint in The Bay State, Delano boasted a successful career at Dominican University ini San Rafael, Calif. A 2003 graduate of the institution, Delano began is coaching career as an assistant at his alma mater, along with coaching local high school and club-level teams. He was elevated to head coach of the Dominican women's team in 2006 and garnered two California Pacific Coast Conference Coach of the Year awards.

As a result of his success with the women's program, Delano was elevated to director of soccer in 2009, putting him in charge of both the men's and women's teams in their first year competing at the NCAA Division II level. Delano also had stints as the director of athletic development at Dominican, and the head men's and women's golf coach.

As a student-athlete himself at Dominican, Delano competed in both soccer and basketball. He was born in nearby Santa Rosa, Calif., and is married to the former Tobey Glazier, a former swimmer and water polo student-athlete at Bucknell.

Peter Lowry Assistant Coach

Peter Lowry recently concluded his second season as an assistant coach for the Red and Blue, helping to guide four All-Ivy honorees in 2017.

Lowry came to Penn after most recently having spent two seasons at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn. The Bisons went 16-16-3 with Lowry on staff, including a 10-6-2 mark in 2016, the second-highest win total in program history.

Prior to his stint in the Music City, Lowry served as an integral part on the staff at Saint Mary's College in California, where he helped lead the Gaels to a 19-14-6 mark in his two-year tenure. In 2014, Saint Mary's finished the year with a program-best mark of 12-5-2 and second-place finish in the West Coast Conference.

Before entering the college ranks, Lowry worked with the U16 and U18 San Juan Soccer Club U.S. Development Academy teams in Sacramento, Calif. in 2012.

A prolific player himself, Lowry was a McDonald's High School All-American out of Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks, Calif., and since, has proved successful at every level of the game with a decorated career in youth club, college and the professional ranks.

Lowry played four seasons of collegiate soccer at Santa Clara University, where he led the Broncos to a No. 2 national ranking, two WCC championships and appearances in the Elite 8 and round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament. A four-year starter and two-year team captain, Lowry finished his career with 22 goals, good for seventh all-time in program history, and 15 assists.

Awards began to stockpile for Lowry following his senior season that saw the Broncos garner a No. 7 national seed in the NCAA Tournament. He finished the year with eight goals and seven assists, and was named WCC Player of the Year for his efforts. He was also selected to the FIrst Team All-America by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, All-Far West Region First Team, All-WCC First Team, College Soccer News First Team All-America and the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Season.

Lowry was a 2007 semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy, given annually to the nation's top college soccer player, and for his contributions both on the field, in the classroom and in the community, he earned Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Second Team All-America honors.

After graduating from Santa Clara in 2008 with a degree in finance, Lowry was selected 26th overall in the MLS SuperDraft by the Chicago Fire. He made his full professional debut for the Fire on July 1, 2008 in a U.S. Open Cup third-round game against the Cleveland City Stars. Over his three-year stint with the Fire, Lowry started in 20 of his 24 matches played and scored five goals.

The Missoula, Mont. native wrapped up his professional career with the Portland Timbers after being selected 13th overall in the 2010 MLS Expansion Draft. He saw action in three games and started twice. Before his time in Chicago, Lowry played in the USL Premier Development League for the Ajax Orlando Prospects ('04), Boulder Rapids Reserve ('04-'05) and San Jose Frogs ('07).

Dan Scheck Assistant Coach

Dan Scheck enters his second season as a volunteer assistant coach for the Quakers, focusing on the goalkeeping unit for the University of Pennsylvania men's soccer program.

Scheck wrapped up his second season with the the University of Connecticut in 2017 as Director of Soccer Quality Control, assisting with ticket sales, match promotions, and fan engagement. Last fall, Scheck's efforts helped aid the Huskies to an average attendance of 3,502, ranking first nationally in average attendance. He served as a goalkeeper for the Temple Owls from 2011-14. A three-year starter, Scheck appeared in 43 games in his Owl career, tallying 16 clean sheets. As a senior in 2014, he started in 16 games en route to a second-team All-American Athletic Conference selection. He enjoyed a breakout junior campaign in 2013, matching the program record with nine shutouts. The Sayville, N.Y. native was named the league's Keeper of the Week on two occasions and held an .859 save percentage in 18 starts.

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