Mr. Breto has been involved in athletics at the Middle School, High School, Collegiate and Professional levels since 2008 as a player, coach and administrator.  

Originally from South Florida, where he was a decorated three sport athlete in Soccer, Football and Lacrosse. He was also a track State semi-finalist in the 100, 200 and 4x1. Mr. Breto is a strong proponent of the multi-sport experience in secondary education.

After High School Mr. Breto went on to play Division I Men's Soccer for Ohio State University. There, he was a member of the 2009-10 Big Ten Regular Season and Tournament Championship team. During his career he received and/or was elected to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team, Big Ten Sportsmanship Award, Academic All-Big Ten (3x) and the Ohio State University Scholar Athlete Award (4x). He also served as a representative on the Student Athlete Advisory Board where he helped advocate for his teammates' interests to the President of the University and Athletic Director. Most valuable to him, he graduated with a B.S in City and Regional Planning from the Knowlton School of Architecture.

After college, Mr. Breto played professional soccer in Berlin, Germany. Upon retiring, he moved to Maryland where he met and married his wonderful wife, Delaney Breto.