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Castillo Retires as Head Coach of Penn College Men’s Soccer

After seven years at the helm of the Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s soccer team, head coach Enrique Castillo has announced his retirement from the program.

“Enrique has done a lot for Penn College soccer,” Director of Athletics Scott Kennell said. “He has achieved so much with the program with conference championships and national tournament berths. He has left his mark on the program and will truly be missed.”

Enrique Castillo
Enrique Castillo

Since 2006, Castillo has led the program to six Penn State University Athletic Conference championships and four United States Collegiate Athletic Association tournament berths. Under his guidance, his teams have combined for an impressive 102-24-6 (.795) overall record.

In addition, he is a three-time PSUAC Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year and has led the team to four undefeated seasons in conference play.

A native of Trujillo, Peru, Castillo graduated from Clifton High School in New Jersey. He played for Penn College and graduated in 2005 with a degree in computer information technology and design with a minor in business administration.

He manages his own real estate company in Williamsport, Castle of Castillo, LLC.

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