Ross McGibney was born in Dublin, Ireland. Soccer has and will always be one of the most important things in his life. Ross captained one of the best junior teams in Ireland and many players he played against play in the English Premiership today. He moved to America when he was 16 to Westport, ct. During his two years at staples he was a two time all-state player and was
selected to play for the East Regional team for ODP.
After staples he was given a full athletic scholarship to Quinnipiac where he played one year and lead them to their most successful start in school history.Ross then took time off school for personal reasons and was given the head coaching job of staples junior varsity team. During his two years as head coach he led them to a 23-3-3 record over the two year span, going
undefeated in his second season.
Ross then decided to go back and restart his career as a player and played for the most historic division 2 program in the country, Southern Connecticut State University. After an absence of over 2 years from soccer Ross led the team in points and goals for his first season and he led them to the NCAA Quarter Final. captained the team his senior year and led the team to a successful season.
Ross coached Majic Premier and helped his team reach success that they had never tasted before. Ross worked for Majic for 4 years and he really enjoyed coaching his teams. A lot of the players he coached have gone on to play in the collegiate level all throughout the country.
Ross moved to Austin in 2014 and is very excited to be a member of the best club in Texas, Lonestar SC. Ross earned his bachelors degree in Sports Management and has aspirations of holding an USSF National "A" license.