Jason Ramundo beings his third season at Siena where he oversees the training and development of the Saints goalkeepers.
Ramundo, a three-year varsity starter from nearby Colonie High School, played collegiate soccer at SUNY Cobleskill. He later advanced to the professional ranks for five years with the Albany Alleycats and the New York Capital District Shockers of the USISL and PDL.
Currently, Ramundo is ranked as one of the top indoor goalies with the Premier Arena Soccer League (PASL), where he has led the Shockers to nationals for the past two years. In addition, Ramundo has earned gold and silver medals playing for the Adirondack team at the New York Empire State Games.
This past summer, Ramundo served as a player/assistant coach for the Albany Admirals of the Premier Development League (PDL) where he was responsible for conducting team practices, developing game day line-ups and scouting opponents. Additionally, Ramundo played six games for the squad in goal.
Ramundo also enters his third season with the Eastern New York Olympic Development Program (ODP) where he serves as the goalkeeping coach. Additionally, he currently coaches the under 17 boys Albany Alleycats premier club team.
Ramundo holds an advanced regional and a national goalkeeping diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
"I am very please to have Jason return to our staff for another season," Curto said. "His vast goalkeeping knowledge will prove to be beneficial in the successful development of our goalies, especially the underclassmen."