The Wisconsin Soccer Association (WSA), a 501c corporation, will
announce the candidates for the 30th Anniversary of the Wisconsin Soccer
Association (WSA) Hall of Fame closer to the banquet. Please join us in
honoring these distinguished contributors to soccer at our annual banquet on
Saturday, April 21th, 2012. This year's candidates are:
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We look forward to seeing you at the 2012 Hall of Fame Banquet.
John Janasik , WSA President
Mark Hagen, Player Category
Mark was born in Fargo, North Dakota in 1955. He currently resides in Milwaukee, WI with his wife Debbie. Mark's family moved to the Milwaukee area and he began playing youth soccer with the Salvation Army in 1967. In 1971 he joined the Milwaukee Bavarians and quickly worked his way onto the Major team. As a Bavarian he helped win numerous state and cup championships, including the 1976 National Amateur Cup. Mark was a skilled and talented youth player for the Bavarians and continued to demonstrate his skill and leadership on the field as an adult for the Bavarians until 1978, the Milwaukee Sports Club from 1978 to 1981, and finally the Croatian Eagles until he retired in 1986.
Mark has continued his involvement with soccer as a coach at Sussex Hamilton High School and as a youth coach with the Brookfield Soccer Club. As a soccer enthusiast, Mark has been a consistent source of service to the sport in the Milwaukee area.
David Harris, Referee Category
David was born in Bridgend, South Wales in 1950. He currently resides in McFarland, WI with his wife Miriam. He has three grown children, Lee, Caroline and Ashley.
David was an outstanding soccer player as a youth and young adult in Wales. He was selected to the Welsh Boys Club team for games against Ireland and Scotland. He was also selected to the Welsh Colleges team for games against England and the Welsh FA. He played for seven years in the Welsh Premier League for Bridgend Town, Lwistown and Maesteg Park. David also began coaching in Wales as a player coach for Maesteg Park from 1977 to 1980 and Bryntirion Athletic from 1980 to 1982.
After moving to Wisconsin in 1982, David continued his playing career in the Wisconsin Major Division with Madison United from 1982 to 1986. He also continued coaching with stints at McFarland HS, Madison LaFollette HS, Monona Grove HS, Watertown HS and Madison East HS.
In 1986 David began his refereeing career. He was soon doing Wisconsin Major Division games and was often selected to do the centers at National Cup state finals and Major Division championships. He was often the referee of choice for difficult matches. David has often been Wisconsin's referee representative at regional tournaments. He is a level 5 USSF Referee. As an NCAA referee since 1987, David has been chosen to officiate over 100 post season NCAA games. He's been selected to referee three Division 3 finals in 1998, 1999 and 2000. He did the NAIA finals in 1994 and the Division 1 finals in 1992 and 1994.
In addition to being a game official, David has been very active in referee administration starting with being President of the Madison Area Soccer Referees Unit (MASRU) for ten years. He was the Head Referee for the ACC, Big East and Big 10 conferences and is current the Head Referee for the Big East, Conference USA and Horizon League. He is also currently the Director of Officials for Conference USA and the Lake Michigan Conference. In addition, he is a NISOA National Instructor and Regional Assessor and the Great Lakes/Midwest Post Season Advisor to the NCAA for all Division 1 men's play-off games.
Emil Jundt (b. 1941, d. 1998), Player Category
Emil was born in Hoffnungsfeld, Ukraine in 1941. He lived in Menomonee Falls, WI with his wife Toni, until his death of a hemorrhagic stroke in 1998, at the age of 56. His youth soccer experience started in West Germany, which his family immigrated to in 1947. He was an avid player who played both with local clubs and on the streets. In 1955 the Jundt's family immigrated to the U.S. and settled in Wisconsin.
Emil's talent was evident from the beginning and he was quickly identified by the Milwaukee Bavarians SC and began a twenty-one year playing career with them starting in 1955. By the age of 17, Emil had graduated to the Bavarian Major team, where he played for most of his career. He was a key player for the Bavarians as they won numerous Major Division Championships, including a record seven in a row. Emil was a member of the Bavarians' National Amateur Championship team of 1976. Emil is most remembered for his talent in scoring game winning goals as one of the top forwards in the Wisconsin Major Division.
Charles (Charlie) H. Schultz, Player Category
Charlie currently resides in Hubertis, WI with his wife Virginia. He was born in Milwaukee, WI in 1954. He played youth soccer, like so many others including his brother Michael, with the Salvation Army and starting in 1970 with the Milwaukee Bavarians.
In 1974 Charlie began playing for the Milwaukee Sports Club Major Team where he became a defensive fixture for the next 14 years. One of the top Center Backs in Wisconsin, Charlie was the anchor of the successful Sports Club defense for many years, including a number of cup and state championships. Widely recognized for his defensive prowess, he was a frequent Wisconsin All-Star selection during his career.
Michael (Dinky) Schultz, Player Category
Michael currently resides in Menomonee Falls, WI. He was born in Milwaukee, WI in 1958. Like his older brother Charlie, he played youth soccer with the Salvation Army and later with the Milwaukee Bavarians, starting in 1974 which won numerous championships, including the McGuire Cup and the Bavarian Major Team which won the National Amateur Cup Championship in 1976.
Dinky played much of his later adult club soccer with the Milwaukee Sports Club which he joined in 1983. Together with his brother, he led the Sports Club Major Team to many successful seasons and championships. Dinky played professionally with the Milwaukee Wave indoor team from 1986 to 1988. In recognition of his skills, he was a frequent selected to be a member of the Wisconsin All-Star Team and as a member of the National Sports Festival team, representing Wisconsin, for two years.
Michael has also had a successful coaching career with the Milwaukee Sports Club Major Team, starting as a player coach in 1987. He coached the Sports Club to the National Amateur Cup Finals in 1998 and the Major Division State Championship in 1999.
Simo Sucevic, Coach Category
Simo Sucevic was born in Yugoslavia in 1940. Simo currently resides in Muskego, WI with his wife Elinor. He played youth and college soccer in Yugoslavia prior to coming to the United States. He started his America soccer career with the United Serbians in 1965. He played with the United Serbians until 1977 and was a defensive selection to the Wisconsin All-Star team numerous times.
Simo's coaching career started in 1971 while still as player for the United Serbians he assumed the role of coach. As the United Serbian player/coach he lead the team to a Wisconsin Major Division and Wisconsin Challenge Cup championships. After retiring as a player in 1977, Simo continued coaching the United Serbians to many successful seasons and championships in the Wisconsin Challenge Cup and the Serbian National Federation Championship in 1979, involving teams from both the United States and Canada. In addition to his success as the United Serbians Major team coach, Simo has coached United Serbian youth teams, including U16, U19 and U23. He has also coached at Muskego High School and was the varsity soccer coach at Whitnoll High School from 1986 to 1994.
Vojislav (Bobby) Tubic, Player Category
Vojislav Tubic currently resides in Milwaukee, WI. He is the father of two sons, Marko and Misha, and grandfather of Lidia and Madeline. Vojislav passed his love of soccer to all his family. His son Marko played soccer for Whitefish Bay High School, later coaching his two daughters, Lidia and Madeline, beginning with the youth program until high school, where he was an outstanding Hamilton player, making the All City Soccer selection team. Misha was recruited by UWM and remains active in the sport today.
Bobby was born in Yugoslavia in 1940. He began playing soccer as a youth in Yugoslavia, where he mastered the basics of the game. In 1950, the Tubic family immigrated to the United States and Bob arrived in 1956. Bobby quickly joined the Milwaukee (Serbians) Soccer Club. At the age of 16, he was talented enough to make the Team which won the 1956 State Championship. Bobby was a key member of the successful Milwaukee Serbians teams from 1956 to 1961. His team won the Wisconsin Challenge Cups in 1956, 1957, 1958, and 1959 and additional State Championships in 1957, 1958, and 1961.
In 1963, Bobby was instrumental in the organization of the new White Eagles Soccer Club which, in 1968, was renamed the United Serbians SC. Under his on-the-field leadership, the United Serbians won numerous indoor and Wisconsin championships, including the Wisconsin Championship in 1973 and American-Serbian Federation Championships in 1972, 1973, and 1974. Bobby's playing skills and leadership ability were key ingredients in the success all his teams achieved.
Bobby has remained active, as a youth coach and administrator with the United Serbians SC. He assisted the WCTC soccer program to winning the Wisconsin Junior Championships in 1973 and 1974 and he was selected to the All Conference Select Team. He sponsored the Wisconsin Hunter's SC to promote the growth of soccer in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Craig B. Webb, Player Category
He currently resides in Fort Collins, CO with his wife Tracy and son Trevor and daughters Domonique and Collette. Craig was born in Scenectady, NY in 1959, but the family moved to Madison, WI in 1963. He began playing youth soccer in 1968 and was regularly selected to his age group's All-Star Team and often selected the team's MVP.
Craig played varsity soccer at Madison Memorial HS from 1973 to 1977 and was the team's Captain and MVP. He was also playing adult club soccer with the Madison 56ers during this time. In 1975 and 1976 he was an All-Capital (All-Star) Region selection. Craig was recruited to play his collegiate soccer at UW-Milwaukee from 1977 to 1981, where he was selected Team Captain and MVP. While living in Milwaukee Craig played also played club soccer for the Milwaukee Bavarians from 1977 to 1981.
In 1981 Craig was drafted by the Chicago Horizon MISL team where he played until the team folded. He returned to Madison to accept the position of the UW Madison's first Women's Soccer Varsity Coach, there he returned to playing for the Madison 56ers until 1986.
At UW Madison, Craig's UW Women's team had a record of 44 wins, 15 losses and 2 ties. The UW Women went to the AIAW National Championship in 1981 and to the NCAA National Championship in 1985. Craig was selected the 1985 NCAA Regional Coach of the Year.
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