Our Team

Felipe Munoz

Executive Director
Florida Prime Sports

Felipe has spent his career developing athletes on the field while leveraging growth opportunities for the sports programs he leads. His high level visions and talent-development methods have led him to invitational participation within CONMEBOL/FIFA. Through these events he has firsthand experience organizing youth World Cup qualifying tournaments.  Most recently he served as the Head Director of Coaching at Florida Elite Soccer Academy where he oversaw the coaching staff development, tournaments and events organization, sponsorships and partnership planning, and coordination of new programs. Felipe implemented new and innovative techniques to increase enrollment, as well as running one of the largest soccer tournament and ID Showcases in the country. These events not only provided unique opportunities for players, but also brought significant revenue to the local economy. 

Prior to his role in youth soccer, Felipe served as an Athletic Director in a private school setting. He was also the Head Coach of the Texas A&M Int. University Women’s Soccer Team. He is a graduate of Texas A&M Int., holding a bachelors degree in Fitness & Sports, as well as a masters degrees in Sports Management and Leadership. He has held the role of adjunct professor at Texas A&M Int. University in the field of Fitness and Sports. He is currently dedicated to building the best sports club in Florida. 

Kassandra Orloff

Director of Sports Operations
Florida Prime Sports

Kassandra has a Masters degree in Sports Management from Western Kentucky University. Prior to working with Prime Sports. Kassandra worked from Western Kentucky University in the Campus Recreation Department for 2 years coordinating Intramural and Club Sports. Kassandra also interned with Mid-South Conference in Game Day Operations. While working at Western Kentucky University, Kassandra held many positions in the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association. She was the Kentucky State Leader and served on many committees in the region. Kassandra is excited to now be working with Prime Sports in Youth Sports where she will have the opportunity to help create an environment and culture that puts the athlete and their families first.

Chelsea Santoro

Director of Public Relations
Florida Prime Sports

Chelsea is a career higher education administrator, currently serving as a Senior Director at Jacksonville University.  She lends her experience to Florida Prime by implementing technical platforms, garnering community support, and working to maximize program participation.

Additionally, Chelsea has experience leading youth athletic and recreational programs as co-founder and operator of St. Johns Day Camps and WGV Soccer Academy.

Originally, Chelsea is from Bethlehem, PA, where she attended Moravian College, receiving her bachelors degree and Lehigh University where she studied project management.

Jen Harman

Prime Camp Staff
Head Coach Bartram Trail

Jen Harman graduated from UNF, where she had a standout softball career and maintained a 4.0 GPA. After earning numerous athletic and academic awards, Harman was named UNF’s Scholar Athlete of the Year in 1999.

After graduation, Jen began her teaching and coaching career in St. Johns County. She started the softball program at Bartram Trail and has built it into a public school powerhouse in Northeast Florida. Through 19 complete seasons, Coach Harman has a record of 455-99. She has led her team to 18 play-off appearances, 13 District championships, 5 Final Fours, and 2 State championships. The Bartram Trail softball program has produced 15 St. Augustine Record Players of the Year in those 19 seasons. In addition, many former players have continued their softball careers at high level colleges/universities such as, FSU, Georgia Tech, Princeton, Villanova, UCF, Florida Gulf Coast and several other Division I, Division II and State Colleges.

Nathan Foster

Prime Coach

Sabrina Hartsell

Prime Camp Staff
Coach St. Johns River State College

Coach Sabrina has many years of experience developing youth pitchers. Her transition to college coaching has been smooth as she has prepped many of her former High School and Travel Ball standouts for some impressive college careers. Hartsell’s coaching experience started as an assistant at Bolles High School in 1998 taking over the helm in 2002. She left Bolles to start a family and pursue a career at Baptist Medical Center in the Wolfson’s Children Emergency Room. She began giving private pitching lessons and in December 2010 she went back to coaching at Creekside High School and in 2012 took over as Head Coach. In 2013, Hartsell led 5A, Creekside, to a second place finish in their first appearance at the State Tournament. Hartsell finished her 5 years at Creekside with a record of 125 wins and 17 loses, four District titles, 4 straight playoff appearances including two regional titles, and two state playoff appearances finishing as the Runner-up once. In the fall of 2012, Hartsell was hired to coach the 16U Florida Select Softball Program. Her coaching contacts grew as she assisted multiple players in earning college scholarships at the games highest level. In the fall of 2013 she and her husband, Mike, started the Florida Force Softball program. Hartsell is a 1996 graduate of Orange Park High School where she was a three year letterman in fast pitch softball and weight lifting. She was named MVP and Pitcher of the Year and made the All-State Team three years. She set several school records and her strike out record remains unbroken. Hartsell received scholarship interest from several DI universities but like many of our athletes decided on the Junior College route. She attended Florida Community College of Jacksonville (now FL State College of Jacksonville) where she pitched for two years and the attended UNF.
Colleen Darragh

Prime Camp Staff

Coach Colleen  started playing softball at the age of 5 and transitioned to travel ball at the age of 6. She played for the next 17 years of her life, dedicating time and effort to bettering herself as a softball player and as a person. Her travel ball years consisted of playing for the Jacksonville Players, and then competing at a high level with Florida Select under Kristen Butler, now Head Coach of Rutgers University. She attended Creekside High School, where she played Varsity all four years, reaching the State Final her Senior year. Colleen was named First Team All-State her Senior year and named Captain of the Knights, voted on by her teammates. After high school, Colleen attended Georgia Tech and played left field for the Yellow Jackets. Similarly to Creekside, she was named Captain her Senior year, while also representing Women’s Softball on the ACC Student Athlete Advisory Board. While competing with and against the top talent in the nation, she was named 4 year All-ACC Honor Roll and graduated with High Honors. After graduating from the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Tech in 2017, Colleen now works for a healthcare company while also dedicating herself to her athletes and advancing the game of softball in North Florida. 

Danielle Soto

Prime Camp Staff
Assistant Coach Fleming Island

Coach Danielle grew up in Jacksonville playing softball. She started at ten years old traveling with the Jacksonville Players organization and later played for Creekside High School. In her senior year, Creekside went on to win Districts, Regionals, Final Four and finished as Runner Ups in States. Her passion for the game followed her to St. Petersburg college in Clearwater where she was the Starting Third Basemen. Coach Danielle offers private hitting and fielding lessons and assists for the Fusion 14U team and Fleming Island High School.