Penn State Rugby Camps feature the coaching staffs of both of the University's nationally ranked teams and take great pride in the program's ability to consistently attract other top coaches and instructors from the nation's best teams and elite programs to fully serve the needs of the campers.
Chris Amoratis is the Director of Rugby and the interim head coach for the Penn State men's rugby team. A player for PSU Men's team from 1989 to 1993, Amoratis was a member of the 1992 Final Four team. Previously, Amoratis has been an assistant coach to the Women's program and an assistant coach with the MARFU Senior Men's All-Star team.
Most recently, Amoratis led the Doylestown Rugby Club, as head coach, to the 2010 Senior Men's Division II National Championship Game, finishing second in the nation. Amoratis also has lead the PSU men's sevens team to the past three Collegiate Rugby Championships.
Kate Daley is the head coach of the Penn State women's rugby team. A member of the PSU team from 2004 to 2009, Daley competed in 5 National Championship games. Daley is a 4-time All-American. Most recently, she has served as the captain of the USA Rugby women's national team, this past summer at the World Cup.
Peter Steinberg is an assistant coach of the eight-time National Champion women's rugby team at Penn State. Steinberg is also the head coach of the USA Rugby women's national team. He was also the former coach for the Keystone women's rugby team, one of the nation's top women's clubs, and a skills coach for the USA Eagles. He recently served as the technical adviser for the Jamaican sevens team and coached the USA U23 women's sevens team. Steinberg was formerly USA Rugby's director of age-grade development, head coach for the Mid-Atlantic Men's All-Stars, head coach for the North American 4 Hawks and the U.S. Women's U23 National Team.
The camp staff is also supplemented with many other outstanding coaches: