Longtime local club trainer Byron Estrada is in his second stint as an assistant with the Felician women's soccer program. He also served on coach Notte's staff from 2008 to 2013.
Estrada holds 10 NSCAA diplomas, including an Advanced National Diploma and Goalkeeper Diplomas Level 1 and 2. He also owns a USSF national coaching license.
Since February 2013, Estrada has been the the girls' director of coaching for the West Morris Soccer Club & Cheshire Soccer Training Company. He previously served two years with Matchfit Chelsea Academy and 10 with the New Jersey Rangers club. He also spent three seasons as a volunteer girls' assistant at Hackettstown High School.
Estrada is a native of Guatemala and a former member of its junior national team. In summer 2013, he traveled back to Guatemala and created the Futbol es Vida ("Soccer is Life") project, which offers free soccer clinics to low-income families in the country.
A 1996 graduate of Parsippany Hills High, Estrada was a four-year letterwinner for the Vikings before playing one season each at County College of Morris and Scranton University. He resides in Rockaway.