Current Women's Head Soccer Coach at Montverde Academy
Former Men's Assistant Coach (Essex Community College, Baltimore)
3 yrs Head Coach for Towson High School JV Girls Program
Started ProSoccerKicks in 2007
12 yrs of coaching club teams at various levels/ages
10 yrs running pro-team camps (Toronto, San Diego, Seattle, Baltimore)
7 years running Pro Soccer Kicks Camps
Canadian National Futsal Team
A recent 2012 call-up to the Canadian Futsal Team for Concacaf World Cup Qualifying in Guatemala has put Aristodemo as the only Canadian player in history to have played on all National Teams, both outdoor and futsal.
Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)
Robbie retired after his 9th season as an indoor professional soccer player. He has played 275indoor games. Starting his indoor career in San Diego, California in 2002 playing for the San Diego Sockers for 2 seasons where he was voted First Team All Rookie. In 2004 he started playing for the Cleveland Force, making it to the Championship Finals! 2005 brought about major change and the Cleveland Force folded. Robbie's reputation for a playmaking midfielder and a force on both the offensive and defensive ends enabled Robbie to get picked 8th in the dispersal draft by the Baltimore Blast. In 2006, 2008 and 2009 the Baltimore Blast were the Champions of indoor soccer!!
Robbie was drafted out of college in 2001 to play for the Toronto Lynx of USL 1. In his first season as a professional, Robbie was voted Rookie of the Year in the A-League and Team MVP. His second season he led the league with over 2600 minutes played! In 2004 Robbie moved to Seattle, Washington to play for the Seattle Sounders and the following year went back to the Lynx for his 4th and 5th season. Throughout his career Robbie has enjoyed 5 great years and over 120 games with the Toronto Lynx and has had a very succesfull outdoor career.
Canadian National Soccer Team
Robbie began his international career in 1992 playing for the Under-16 Canadian National team. After qualifying 3rd place in the Concacaf tournament in Cuba, the world stage was waiting. In 1993 the Under-17 World Cup was held in Japan and Canada finished second to last place with Robbie gaining some valuable experience playing against some of the top players in the world. Robbie became a starter and quickly moved up to the Under-20 National team. Winning the Concacaf gold medal in Mexico was a major accomplishment. The next stop was the U-20 World Cup in Malaysia where Canada finished a record best at the time 13th in the world, eventually losing to powerhouse Spain in the second round. After having success at the youth levels Robbie became a steady fixture and became an important member of the Olympic team which finished first in the qualifying rounds in Trinidad and Tababgo, eventually failing to qualify for the Olympics held in Australia. After a very successful youth career with the national team, call ups to the full squad was next in line and participated in World Cup qualifying in 2002 and call-ups to the Gold medal winning team for the Gold Cup. His international career highlights are many, starting in both youth world cups. Starting for the Olympic team and Pan American games as well as 11 total call up for the full world cup squad.
University of Tulsa
Robbie Began his college career in 1996 at the University of Tulsa. In his first year Robbie quickly established himself as an elite player winning the freshman of the year award in the WAC conference and first team all WAC selection. Robbie continued his success throughout his college career with awards and accolades that are still tops in the college. Voted 1st team all conference squad all 4 years. A wonderful experience that Robbie will cherish forever. Played over 70 games for the University of Tulsa starting in all of them. A key member that helped transform the University into a top 25 team.