The only coach in program history, Ed Muntz is entering his 24th season leading the Wesley College women’s soccer program in 2018-19.
Honors / Accomplishments as head coach
- Eight postseason tournament appearances
- PAC Runner-up in 2004, 2006
- 170 wins as head coach
- 11 seasons with a .500 or better record
- 40 All-Conference honorees
- Two PAC Rookies of the Year
- Danielle Sacchetti, 2000
- Kyle Savidge, 2004
- Two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree
- Natalie Trujillo, 2015, 2016
- Three NSCAA/United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-East selections
- Gina Orrben, 2008
- Katie Chiolan, 2008
- Samantha Lyon, 2013
- Three NSCAA/United Soccer Coaches Team Ethics Awards
- 101 Academic All-CAC student-athletes
Notable Games as head coach
- Nov. 1, 2006: 2-1 upset of No. 1 seed Eastern in the PAC semifinals to become the first sixth seed in PAC/CSAC history to advance to the championship final
- Sept. 1, 2007: 100th win as head coach with a 2-1 win on the road against Washington College
- Sept. 20, 2014: 150th win as head coach with a 10-0 win at Trinity (D.C.)
- Program record five-game winning streak
Muntz had a four-year playing career with the Wolverines, serving as a team captain for two years. He holds every season and career scoring record in program history. Muntz finished his career with 43 goals and 31 assists for 117 points. He is the only player in Wesley men’s soccer history with 100-plus points in a career. The team recorded a 42-24-2 record in his career.
Muntz graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education in 1994 from Wesley. He served as an assistant coach for the Wesley men’s soccer program after graduation before kickstarting the women’s team in 1995. Muntz also served as head coach for the Wesley men's tennis team from 1995-2008, posting 10 winning seasons in 14 years.
Muntz has spent several years as a coach in the Delaware Olympic Development Program (ODP). After three years of staff coaching with ODP, Muntz became the Delaware Girl's State Director for ODP.
|2003||10-5-4||4-3-3 (PAC)||PAC Tournament|
|2004||12-6-3||5-3-2 (PAC)||PAC Finals|
|2005||9-8-2||5-4-1 (PAC)||PAC Semifinals|
|2006||9-10-2||4-5-1 (PAC)||PAC Finals|
|2007||12-8-1||3-4-1 (CAC)||CAC Semifinals|
|2009||7-11||3-5 (CAC)||CAC Tournament|
|2012||8-8-2||1-5 (CAC)||CAC Tournament|