Todd Eason – General Manager
Todd has served as both General Manager and Director of Youth Soccer Services in his 2 years with Daytona Rush Soccer Club. Previously, Todd gained his experience and working knowledge while overseeing the business development department for Soccer Institute of Montverde Academy (S.I.M.A). Here he was responsible for all marketing initiatives and strategic business partnerships for the S.I.M.A program.
Prior to this, Eason spent multiple years as Director of the Premier Development League, now known as USL League Two. He was responsible for all facets of the property and helped it gain the reputation as the most notable amateur league in North America and regarded as the highest level of amateur soccer in the United States.
Before accepting that position, Eason worked as an assistant coach at Jacksonville University from 2012 to 2014. In 2009 to 2012, Eason worked in Mississippi as Director of Player Development for MS Brilla FC. Primary responsibilities included working with MS Brilla Juniors and MS Brilla FC (PDL) crafting player development curriculum and assisting in all efforts pertaining to the PDL franchise.
As a player, Eason played and graduated from William Carey College. After college he played for a few PDL teams before playing professionally with the Charlotte Eagles of the USL.
Jonny Mendoza – Technical Director / U15 & U17 Boys
Jon Kinsler – Director of Programs & Recreation / U18 Boys
Jon attended Georgia Southern University 2005-2008, where he also played all four years. He also had a successful season playing PDL with the Baton Rouge Capitals in 2007.
After his playing career ended, Jon focused on coaching and has been with Ormond Beach Soccer Club for 10 years. He will also be entering his 5th season as assistant coach for Seabreeze high school. In addition to these roles, Jon helps out as a volunteer coach with Daytona State College.
Currently holds the national D license.
As a player, in 2012 Kioki was named Middle Georgia soccer player of the year after scoring 31 goals with 13 assists in 18 games. At the collegiate level, Kioki played his freshman and sophomore season for the GA Perimeter Jaguars before transferring to Lander University to continue his academic and playing career.
During the summer months of college Kioki competed in the NPSL, and USL2 formerly known as the PDL for the Myrtle Beach Mutiny where he won 2 conference titles. After college, Kioki spent 3 months in England playing for Pickering Town FC and spent a month in Spain on trial with Benidorm CF. After his playing career, Kioki began coaching and private training at the club level in Atlanta, Georgia.