Rick MarsilioHead Coach
Rick Marsilio has been named Head Coach and Assistant General Manager of the NY Streets. Rick
brings a wealth of knowledge and experience of football operations and coaching. Rick served as the
Head Coach of the York Capitals during 2015. Rick was named Head Coach nine days before the first
game. Rick went right to work and used that nine days to strategically rebuild the team and staff. His team
then went on to an undefeated season (10-0), leading the league in every statistical category, on its way
to the American Indoor Football (AIF) National Championship. The following year, the 2016 season, Rick
guided the team move to Harrisburg, PA and competed as the Central Penn Capitals.
Prior to this position Rick was the Assistant General Manager, Assistant Head Coach and Offensive
Coordinator for the Harrisburg Stampede. Rick was on the staff in Harrisburg for eight years, serving as
Assistant Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator of the 2013 AIF National Champions. Coach Marsilio
was the only staff member that had been with the Stampede since inception (2007). Rick was first hired
as the QB/WR coach. After 2011 season, Rick was promoted to the position of Assistant HC and OC.
Rick’s offense was consistently rated as one of the top producing offenses in all of arena football and
produced All-League Players each season, as well as, several MVP’s.
Rick played college football as a QB at University of Akron (1986-1987) and Towson State University
(1988-1990). Rick then signed a professional contract to play in the Europe for 1991 season. Born in
Hazleton, PA., to Joe and Mary Ann Marsilio, Rick attended Marian Catholic High School in Hometown,
Pa. After graduation from Marian, Marsilio received a full athletic scholarship to play football at the
University of Akron, under former Notre Dame Coach Gerry Faust. After an Akron coaching change,
Marsilio landed at Towson State University.
Marsilio is married to Debi and they are the proud parents of Nick, a student-athlete at Saint Francis
University and Derek, a student-athlete at Randolph Macon College. Marsilio works in the off-season as
an assistant football and lacrosse coach.