Daniels, a native of Brecksville, Ohio, is in his second season as the head coach of the Rio women's soccer program after spending 24 seasons as an assistant coach with the RedStorm men's team.
Daniels is no stranger to Rio Grande, playing soccer for the then-Redmen and earning a Bachelor's Degree in Sports & Exercise from the school in 1992. He also has a Master's Degree in Athletic Coaching from Rio.
Daniels was an integral part in assisting head coach Scott Morrissey's transformation of the Rio Grande men's program into a national powerhouse, including two national championships and one national runner-up finish. He was instrumental in all facets of the program including recruiting and game planning.
Daniels also heads up Rio's Campus Sports and Recreation program as Director of Lyne Center and the Rio Grande Fitness Center. He has served as a counselor at numerous soccer camps throughout the country and is the Director of Coaching for the Rio Soccer Academy, which he formed six years ago to develop soccer in the surrounding community.
Daniels and his wife of 15 years, Teresa, live in Rio Grande with their sons, Keagen (13) and Kyran (7), and daughter, Kamryn (11).
Breth is in his second season as a member of the RedStorm coaching staff.
A native of Chillicothe, Ohio, Breth is a graduate of Chillicothe High School (2002) and Bowling Green State University (2006).
While at Bowling Green, Breth played club soccer for five years and was president, coach and captain of the club for three years. He also ran track at the Bowling Green Track Club.
Upon his graduation from BGSU, Breth played one season for the West Virginia Chaos of the PDL.
Breth served as the head coach of the girls' varsity soccer program at Chillicothe High School from 2011-2015. He was also an assistant coach with the boys' program at CHS from 2007-2009.
In addition to his coaching at Rio Grande, Breth continues to serve as the Director of Coaching for First Capital FC - a position he has held since 2008 - and is in his eighth year as a staff member of Ohio South Youth Soccer's Olympic Development Program.
He is the son of Don and Barb Breth of Chillicothe.