Coaching Staff

Temple Men's Soccer Coaching Staff




David MacWilliams


Head Coach




David MacWilliams was the head coach for the Temple men's soccer team from 2000-2018.  MacWilliams guided the team to a fantastic start in its first season in the American Athletic Conference in 2013, finishing fourth with a record of 10-4-4, 3-1-4 after being picked by every coach to finish last in the conference.  MacWilliams was named the Bill Harris Coach of the Year after Temple was named the Philadelphia Soccer Six Champions.  MacWilliams and the rest of his staff were also named the American Athletic Conference Coaching Staff of the Year.  MacWilliams also achieved his 100th career win from the Temple sideline in the team’s season opener at Saint Peters.




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A nationally licensed coach, Prybutok holds his USSFB License and NSCAA Premier Diploma. He played collegiately at the University of Massachusetts and graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in management before earning a Master's in Education from Temple in 2014. 

Morris joins the Nittany Lions from Division I Saint Joseph's University where he assisted the program for the last 10 years. In 2018, Morris helped the Hawks to an 8-7-3 season which were the most in program history since 2003.  That season, he developed Leon Maric into an Atlantic 10 First Team selection and Philadelphia Soccer Six Player of the Year. In 2018, Morris helped coach then-sophomore defender David Grana, the program's first CoSIDA Academic All-American.

Prior to his time at Saint Joseph's, Morris played professionally in the Major Indoor Soccer League.  He started his career with the Philadelphia KIXX and was one of the most decorated players during his time there. He was a two-time MISL Champion with the Kixx over his 11 years with the team, and earned All-League honors eight times. Morris was also honored as the Defender of the Year twice with the Kixx. In 2011, he moved on to the Baltimore Blast where he continued his outstanding form by being named the 2011 Defender of the Year.  While playing in the MISL, Morris was also a member of the USA National Futsal team where he earned 40 caps for the United States, and was featured in two Futsal World Cups.


Keith Cappo was hired as head coach of the Ursinus College men's soccer team on March 14, 2016. Cappo comes to Collegeville following a two-year stint as an assistant with the women's program at Temple and brings with him almost a decade of collegiate experience at the Division I, II, and III levels.



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