Jordan Ciuffetelli
Jordan Ciuffetelli
Title: Assistant Coach
Email: Jordan.Ciuffetelli@tufts.edu

Jordan Ciuffetelli is in his second season as an assistant coach with the Jumbos this fall. As the team's top assistant last season, he helped the Jumbos earn the #1 seed in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and win their first-ever conference tournament title.

Most recently, Ciuffetelli was an assistant coach at West Chester University. In 2016, he helped the Golden Rams to a second-place finish in the Pennsylvania State Athletics Conference (PSAC) and to their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2002. Ciuffetelli worked with five All-League players and four All-Region players at West Chester.

Ciuffetelli was also an assistant coach at Muhlenberg College for three seasons. There he helped coach the team to the 2014 Centennial Conference Championship and through a run to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. The Mules ended the year ranked 12th in the final Division III poll. While at Muhlenberg, Ciuffetelli coached two Academic All-Americans, one All-American, one Conference Player of the Year, and five All-Region players.

A four-year starter at outside back for Division I Lehigh University, Ciuffetelli as a senior earned both Soccer America and College Soccer News Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week and national team of the week honors. He received the men's soccer coaches award in 2011 and was a finalist for a department-wide sportsmanship award. He earned a bachelor's degree in History in 2012 and was the Sports Camp and Recruiting Graduate Assistant in the Athletic Department while earning a Master in Education in 2013.

In addition to playing at Lehigh, Ciuffetelli was a three-year starter for Lehigh Valley United and was on the team that won the the National Premier Soccer League Northeast Conference Championship in 2010 and 2012 as well as the National Championship in 2012.

Ciuffetelli interned in 2014 for Germany’s AMANDLA Edufootball, managing the Chris Campbell Memorial Field in Khayelitsha, South Africa and implementing youth life skills programs through soccer.

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