The Masuk Soccer Philosophy
"Our Family vs. Their Team"
We as a staff will provide the best possible training methods to ensure each student athlete can be successful as a player and more importantly, as an adult. We demand a high work rate, focus, passion and respect for one another. We represent our school and our community with pride, and put the best possible program on the pitch. We strive to give students the best possible experience as student athletes. We educate players, not just on on the soccer pitch, but in life.  

Our program follows the motto "Our Family vs. Their Team” to remind our players of what's important. We ensure that every player who moves on from this program knows they are always a part of this family.  We set a standard of excellence, not just on the pitch, but also in the classroom. We prepare and develop players at all levels to reach their fullest potential, and to compete at the highest level for those who look to take their careers to the next step. The Masuk Soccer Program will continue to be a program that ensures that every player’s experience will be one they will cherish for life.
Masuk Soccer in the News
The Monroe Courier
September 12, 2018
Girls soccer: Masuk blanks Barlow for first win
Masuk High’s girls soccer team, behind good movement on the part of players, capitalized on one chance in each half for a 2-0 victory at South-West Conference Joel Barlow of Redding on Tuesday afternoon.
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September 11, 2018
Second-half goal lifts Barlow boys soccer past Masuk
Every match between the Barlow and Masuk boys soccer teams has come down to the wire in recent seasons, including their epic 10-round penalty shootout to decide the SWC championship in November.
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The Connecticut Post
September 5, 2018
SWC BOYS SOCCER PREVIEW: Next wave of stars set to emerge

There will be plenty of new faces in new places on the boys soccer teams in the South-West Conference this season, with several teams graduating very large, very talented senior classes last year.
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The Connecticut Post
September 5, 2018
Girls soccer: Masuk’s star striker Lawrence is ready to lead attack
Soccer has taken Kacey Lawrence to some pretty cool places, but Thursday night at Benedict Field, she begins a campaign back at home with her Masuk family.
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The Monroe Courier
August 28, 2018
Boys soccer: Panthers retooling after historic campaign
Coming off a campaign in which it reached the state final for the first time in school history, Masuk High boys soccer will look to build on that success in 2018.
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The Monroe Courier
August 27, 2018
Girls soccer: New staff looking to carry on Masuk tradition
When the Masuk High girls soccer team kicks off its season this fall, there will be a new face patrolling the sidelines for the first time in over two decades.
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The Connecticut Post
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Hearst Connecticut Media fall all-stars: Boys soccer
Head Coach Antonio Viscuso named Hearst Connecticut Media's 2018 Coach of the Year; Hodska, Winkler named to All-Star Team.
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The Connecticut Post
Friday, November 10, 2017
Masuk tops RHAM in boys soccer quarterfinals
MONROE — It seemed as if everybody in white, black and red knew this Friday night at windswept, frozen Benedict Field: Masuk had been to the CIAC boys soccer semifinals only twice...
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The Monroe Courier
Friday, October 18, 2017
Efficient Lady Panthers post victory
The usual offensive standouts — Kacey Lawrence and Gia DeLorenzo — accounted for all of the goals and assists in Masuk High’s 3-0 win over visiting non-conference girls soccer foe East Lyme on Saturday afternoon...
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The Masuk Soccer Coaching Staff
Boys Varsity Head Coach  avsoccer8@gmail.com
Antonio Viscuso
Antonio has been involved with soccer for over twenty years, both as a player and a coach.

Originally from Milford, CT, he played high school soccer at Johnathan Law High School. Antonio also played premier for the Orange Hurricanes and has played in the CSL for Newtown, Norwalk and Shelton.

As a coach, Antonio has been developing players for the past 15 years.

In 2004, he started his coaching career with Coerver Coaching in Bridgeport CT, and then on to Milford United Soccer Club. In 2006, he moved to Fairfield Warde High School where he spent 7 years as the JV and Assistant Varsity Coach for boys soccer. In 2010 Antonio helped lead Fairfield Warde to the FCIAC finals and to a quarterfinals appearance in States. During his time in Fairfield, he coached in the Travel Program for FUSA for U12-U14 boys and girls teams. Antonio was a huge part in building the Fairfield United Premier program, coaching the Fairfield Strikers and Fairfield...
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Girls Varsity Head Coach
Jason Golesky
Jason played Division I Men's Soccer at UMASS from 2001-2003. (Atlantic 10 Champions) Before that, he played at Mitchell College from 1999-2001, where he was named All New England each year. As a high school player at Trumbull High School, Jason was named All-FCIAC, All-State, All-New England and chosen for the Olympic Development Program.Jason coached at Fairfield Ludlowe High School for the boy's varsity program for 10 years and is currently the Assistant Varsity Boy's Soccer Coach at St. Joseph's High School in Trumbull, CT. In addition, Jason continues to coach at the united levels for boys soccer in Fairfield County. His coaching accomplishments include five  league division championships and the 2010 CJSA State Cup Championship for U-14 Boys. Jason holds a CT State Coaching Permit, an E Level CJSA Coaching License and a National D CJSA Coaching License.