Head Coach
Matt Procopio

Matt Procopio enters his third season as Millersville's head coach in 2017. The 2009 Millersville graduate and soccer great has made a quick impact on the program. In 2016, the Marauders continued to build toward the future, improving its win total by three in conference play and narrowly missing the PSAC Tournament.

Procopio was named head coach on August 3, 2015. Procopio served as assistant coach for the Millersville women’s soccer team in 2012 and 2013 and as an assistant with the men's program at Tiffin University prior to returning to his alma mater.

With the Marauders in 2012-13, Procopio built a reputation as a tireless recruiter while running highly-successful summer camps and clinics. His influence was integral in the development of the players, and he made an immediate impact on the program. With Procopio on staff, the team posted its best season in six years and made another leap forward by garnering a national ranking in 2013. Many of the players that he recruited were the catalyst to a 9-6-2 record in 2014, which was the program’s best record in more than a decade.

After elevating the Marauders’ to new heights, Procopio landed a role as the men’s soccer assistant coach at Tiffin University. Procopio helped guide the Dragons to a 12-5-1 record, GLIAC Championship and NCAA regional appearance.

Procopio has roots and recruiting connections in the area as a native of West Lawn, Pa., and graduate of Wilson High School. He was a Marauder under Coach Steve Widdowson from 2005-08 and played a prominent role in the Marauders’ rise to PSAC power. He started 53 of 63 games as a defender and served as the co-captain of the 2008 club that set a school record with 18 wins, won a PSAC East Championship and NCAA Atlantic Regional Championship. His team climbed to No. 6 in the national rankings. Procopio was a two-time All-PSAC East and an All-Atlantic Region selection by NSCAA/Adidas and Daktronics. He garnered All-America honorable mention status as a senior.

After completing his bachelor’s degree in technology education, Procopio coached worked with Braddock Road Youth Club, Coerver Coaching and D.C. United in the Washington, D.C. area. He moved across the country a worked with clubs and leagues in California. He also worked with the Harrisburg City Islanders Youth Academy.

Procopio holds a NSCAA Premier Diploma, USSF “C” Lisence, USSF National Youth License, NSCAA Goalkeeping Level II Diploma and is a certified USA Weightlifting Level I Sports Performance Coach.

Assistant Coach
Chaning Wimer

Chaning Wimer, a Lancaster, Pa., native and graduate of California (Pa.), joined the women's soccer coaching staff prior to the 2016 season.

Wimer was a four-year starter in the midfield for an ultra-successful California Vulcans program from 2008-11. Most recently, Wimer served as the junior varsity girls' soccer coach and varsity assistant at Manheim Township High School from 2013-15. She is also a teacher at Montessori Academy of Lancaster.

As a player, Wimer helped California to two NCAA Atlantic Region Championship, a PSAC Western Division title in 2009 and a No. 6 ranking in the NSCAA Top 25 in 2011. The 2011 club posted an undefeated regular season and won the program's first PSAC Championship. She played in 90 games and started 81 over the course of her career and scored 10 career goals. As a sports management major, Wimer picked up PSAC Scholar-Athlete recognition twice and completed her bachelor's degree in 2012.

Following her playing career, Wimer stayed at California as a graduate assistant for academic support for student-athletes and earned a master's degree in sports management with concentration in sports counseling in 2013. Her coaching background includes serving as camp director for the Lancaster Jewish Community Center from 2012-13.

Volunteer Goalkeeping Coach
Curtis Ranck

Curtis Ranck is a Chester County native and an alumnus of Lancaster Mennonite High School. During high school Ranck was a three-time varsity letterman and helped lead the team to a 2010 district championship as well as two appearances in state playoffs. He was named All-Lancaster-Lebanon League for two consecutive years.

From high school, Curtis was recruited to compete at Division II Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. At Cedarville, Ranck was the starting goalkeeper where he posted a 10-3-3 record with six shutouts, a 0.90 goals against average and allowed only seven goals in his final 12 outings with a 0.56 GAA during that timespan. He surrendered just one score in his final 400 minutes.

Also during his collegiate career Curtis had the opportunity to travel to Thailand where he competed against professional and collegiate teams for two weeks. Previously, Curtis coached clinics and camps for middle and high school aged boys and girls at Cedarville University.