Myles has played for top tier clubs in Eastern Pennsylvania, including Super Nova FC, FC Bucks, and AC Perugia. He was a goalkeeper on the EPYSA ODP 88’s winning the Region 1 Tournament in 2001, and a 4-year starting goalkeeper at Moravian Academy, winning multiple Colonial League and District 11 championships.
Additional Soccer Achievements include:
Director of Soccer
As a coach, Ray was an assistant to his father, Joe, during the 1980’s and helped coach the San Jose Bobcats into one of the best teams in the state. Matter of fact, the Bobcats reached the Western Regional finals and the Bobcats were California State Cup Finalists. As a head coach for Monache High School in Porterville, California, Ray led his girl’s varsity team to the East Yosemite League championship crown.
Moving to Dallas, Ray coached numerous teams in the Lake Highland Girls Classic League. As a club coach, in the DFW metroplex, his teams compiled 19 championships, 3 finalist awards, were a semi-finalist 7 times and won a consolation championship!
Between 2013 and 2016, Ray coached West Coast Fury based out of Livermore, California (a 2002 girls team). Over a three year period, Ray’s Fury compiled a 110-23-16 record. They were a State Cup finalist in 2015 and were ranked 27th in the nation for their age group in 2016.
As a player, Ray has a wealth of experience and helped lead his youth teams to 2 City Championships, a State Cup Championship and was named the MVP of the “Livermore City Championship”.
With professional soccer coming to an end in the United States in the early 80’s Ray moved his game to “Italia 78” out of San Jose , California which played in the famed “San Francisco Soccer Football League" During his 4 years with "Italia" Ray, twice led his team in scoring including 25 goals and 10 assists. Continued knee problems ended his career in 1983.
On the professional side, Ray has been a radio and television broadcaster for many years and during that time he spent five years as the radio and television play-by-play announcer for FC Dallas of Major League Soccer and radio and television announcer for SMU Basketball, soccer and football.
As the current Director of coaching at North Parkland, Tyler was a Regional All-American, All-State, All-Area, and All-Conference player from Emmaus High School. He has the all-time assist record at Emmaus High School.
Tyler also was the Morning Call Player of the Year in 2007. Tyler then went on to play four years at Mount Saint Mary's University in Maryland (Division 1) on an athletic scholarship. He played semi-professional soccer at the NPSL level for three seasons. After playing, he decided that he wanted to stay involved in the game as a coach.
Tyler has coached local Lehigh Valley club teams and club teams in the Maryland area for 10 years. He has also coached at DeSales University and Emmaus High School. He has a true passion for the game and loves working with any age.