Four new coaches join Torrey Pines High School

Torrey Pines High School recently announced four new coaches.

•Bruce Storrs will be the new varsity girls tennis coach.

Storrs was a teacher and a coach at San Marcos High School. While at San Marcos, Storrs coached multiple sports, including many years as the head tennis coach. Storrs said he is excited to be part of the championship tradition at Torrey Pines.

•Katy Moyneur is the new head field hockey coach.

Moyneur comes to Torrey Pines with an impressive list of field hockey experience. Moyneur was a team captain at the University of Michigan and was part of the 2001 NCAA National Championship Team. She started in all 91 games while at University of Michigan, to rank her in the top 3 of all time. As a high school head coach, Moyneur won multiple league championships. She also is a head coach for the United States Field Hockey Association.

•Rosie “Chilly” Banuelos-Lomeli is joining Moyneur as the varsity assistant field hockey coach.

Banuelos-Lomeli received a full scholarship to Old Dominion University, which leads the nation with nine national championships. She finished her college career at UC Berkely, becoming a team captain. She was later selected to play for USA Olympic development squad. Along with Moyneur, Banuelos-Lomeli is a Level II accredited Futures coach for the USA Olympic development program.

•Kirk McCaskill has accepted the position of head baseball coach at TPHS.

McCaskill was a baseball and hockey standout at the University of Vermont. After college, McCaskill was drafted to play hockey for the Winnipeg Jets and to play baseball for the California Angels. McCaskill played 11 seasons of major league baseball. In 2003, McCaskill was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame. McCaskill has established a history of coaching local baseball teams to championship performances.

Related posts:

  1. Torrey Pines Rugby Club runs record 2-0 in Southern California High School League
  2. Torrey Pines High School in command of MaxPreps division title
  3. Torrey Pines High School girls place in classic
  4. Torrey Pines High School wins state golf title
  5. Former Torrey Pines High School football coach Ed Burke seeks families to host members of Japanese football team

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