John Camm
Entering his 15th season, John Camm is the Head Coach of the 2017 4A State Champion Broadneck Bruins. His team went 17-2-1 and defeated Urbana, ranked 10th in nation by U.S.A. Today, 2-1 in the finals. This caps a three year run in which the Bruins have won two State Championships, finished ranked first in the Washington Post in ’15 and second in ’17, won two region championships and two county championships. The team also spent four weeks in U.S.A. Today’s Top 25 in the ’16 season. With a very young team returning the Bruins will remain one of the premier teams in the state in the seasons ahead. Previously, Coach Camm helped lead South River’s women’s team to the State Semi-finals and a number 2 ranking in the Balt Sun in 2002. In his final year at Glen Burnie in 2000, Coach Camm led the men’s team to the Anne Arundel County Championship with a 2-1 win over Nationally Ranked Chesapeake.  Coach Camm also coaches a women’s U17 Severna Park club team in Region 1 and is the Director of Coaching for Severna Park Soccer.
Sean Tettemer
Coach Tettemer enters his 17th season as Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Broadneck High School. During this time, Coach Tettemer has turned the Men’s team into one of the premier programs in the Region and State. Coach Tettemer’s teams have won 3 Region Titles, with championships coming in the 2005, 2006, and 2009 seasons. In the 2005 season, the Bruins defeated Washington area power, Magruder in the State Semifinals earning their first State Finals appearance in fifteen years. His teams were regionally ranked by the NSCAA at some point in the season from 2005-08. In 2009, the Bruins beat Leonardtown to win the Region after earning the top seed. In 2014 he led the Bruins to their 5th county championship game appearance and the #1 seed in the region. Coach Tettemer was recognized as the 2014 state and Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the year by the NSCAA. He is also a member of the MPSSAA State Soccer Committee and is the District V representative. Coach Tettemer is a member of the coaching staffs on the BSC Heat (2003’s, NCSL Division 1) and BSC United (2006’s, NCSL).