Daytona State College

Daytona State College Athletics
1200 W. International Speedway Blvd Daytona Beach, FL 32120
NJCAA Florida Southeast
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Bart Sasnett

In 2018 Bart Sasnett will begin his 3rd season as the head men's soccer coach at Daytona State. In 2017 the falcons finished 14-3 with a 5-1 region record falling 2-1 in overtime in the region championship game. Coach Bart's over-all record at Daytona since starting the program stands at 31-6 and 12-3 in region play, with back-to-back co-regular season championships. The falcons finished the year ranked 16th in the country and reached as high as number 2 in the NJCAA.

In 2016 Sasnett started the new falcon program from the ground up. It was a historical run with his team winning the Region 8 Championship, Southeast District Championship and finished 7th at the National Tournament with a over-all 17-3 record and 7-2 region record. Sasnett's team would also land co-region player of the year and it first 1st team all-american.

Coach Sasnett comes to Daytona State after spending the last 9 years at Darton State College where he won 5 Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association championships. Sasnett’s teams at Darton also earned 2 Southeast District Championships as well as made 3 National Tournament appearances (2010, 2011, 2012). During Sanett’s tenure the cavalier’s men’s soccer program compiled an overall record of 123-45-4 (.727). Sasnett now has an overall record of 217-100-16 for his career.

Coach Sasnett has been fortunate to have produced 15 All-Americans, 89 All-Region, and 28 NSCAA All-South Region players. Five cavaliers were also recognized as GCAA Most Valuable player as well. The cavalier’s men’s soccer program has had 6 Academic All-Americans during his stint as Head Coach. Coach Sasnett’s efforts has also earned Region XVII Coach of the Year honors six times, Southeast District Coach of the Year three times, and the NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year in 2011.

Coach Bart Sasnett’s teams had plenty of highlights for the men’s soccer program during his tenure at Darton. The cavaliers had been ranked in the top 20 multiple seasons. From 2010-2013 the cavaliers won a remarkable 33-straight games in GCAA play. In 2012 Sasnett's cavaliers had their first undefeated regular season (15-0) and finished 19-1, their only defeat came in the semi-final of the National Tournament. The cavaliers were ranked #1 in the country the entire season and finished tied for 3rd nationally.

In 2011 the cavaliers set program records for wins in a season (19), consecutive wins (16) and return to the National Tournament ranked #1 in the country. The cavaliers ended with a 19-2-1 record and tied for 3rd nationally. 2010 was a history making year for the cavaliers. The men's program played in its first NJCAA National Tournament. The cavaliers finished with an 18-7 record, Region XVII Tournament and Southeast District Champions. The Cavaliers would reach as high as 5th in the country and placed 6th at the National Tournament. Sasnett's 2010 team was his most high powered offense amassing a school record of 90 goals on the season.

Coach Sasnett comes to Darton after a successful campaign at National Junior College Association rival Andrew College. He was the assistant coach for both the men and women in 2002 and 2003. He took over as head coach in 2004 where he guided the men to the Region XVII championship game. For his success, he was named Region Coach of the Year and a finalist for National Coach of the Year. At Andrew he had a record of 63-49-11 with the men and women’s programs.

A native of Fort Walton Beach Florida, Coach Sasnett played his prep ball at Choctaw High School where he earned a spot on the Florida State All-Star Team. He continued his education and playing career at Andrew College. There he earned All-Region honors. He then finished his collegiate career at Tennessee Wesleyan where he graduated with a B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science. In 2012 Coach Sasnett went back to school and completed his Master’s degree in Athletic Administration and Coaching Education in the summer of 2014. He holds a NSCAA National, Advanced National and Premier coaching diplomas.

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Travis Rovillo

In 2018 ,Travis Rovillo will begin his 3rd year with the Daytona State College Men’s staff as the Falcon’s Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach. Coach Rovillo has played a vital role in the soccer programs over-all success the last 2 seasons. Some of the notable success includes winning the 2016 Region 8 title, Southeast District title and finishing 7th at the NJCAA National Tournament. The program has had back-to-back co-regular season championships and reached as high as #2 in the country in 2017. Rovillo has been responsible for over seeing the goalkeeper training, strength training, study program and recruiting. Coach Travis has coached 2 different goalkeepers that have achieved All-Region honors. The strength and conditioning programs he has designed are transcending to the modern soccer player. Furthermore, he has guided the 2017 sophomore class in achieving a 3.2 GPA by his rigorous study programs.

Coach Rovillo comes to Daytona State after spending the past two seasons coaching at Wayland Baptist University in Plainview, Texas.

In 2014, Rovillo served as the Assistant Coach and helped the Pioneers to an 11-6-1 record. In 2015, Rovillo was named Associate Head Coach. In his tenure at Wayland Baptist University, Rovillo helped produce 2 first Team All-Americans, 2 First Team All-Conference, and 3 Second Team All-Conference players.

Coach Rovillo graduated from Wayland Baptist University where he was a two-year starter and captain for the WBU soccer team. Before arriving at Wayland, Coach Rovillo played two years at Darton State College in Albany, GA., where he was also team captain.

Coach Rovillo earned his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Wayland Baptist University. After graduating, Rovillo went on to obtain his Master’s of Education in Sports Administration and Management from Wayland.

A native of Titusville, Florida, Coach Rovillo played his prep ball at Astronaut High School as a four-year starter and captain while playing club ball in Miami, FL., for FUTSOC.

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