As reported by CNN today, there have been more than 3800 documented hate crimes against Asian-Americans in the past year. This horrific trend must stop. The Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association stands against all acts of violence driven by hatred of someone based on racial heritage. We are proud to be an organization that promotes positive, respectful relationships through athletic competition, and the WSCA will not tolerate any form of racism during the events and competitions that we organize, manage, and/or support. We encourage all our members to stand in unity to defend those who suffer from ridicule, persecution, and violence.
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D2-Whitefish Bay (20-0-0)
D4-Brk. Academy (10-0-3)
CMH Wins 2019 State Title, making history by being the first girls' team in Wisconsin to defeat two other Wisconsin state champions--Muskego & The Prairie School--in regular season.
D1-Marquette Univ. HS (13-0-2)
D2-Roncalli/Two Rivers (14-1-1)
D3-The Prairie School (16-2-1)
D1-Appleton North (15-0-1)
McFarland wins first Boys' Soccer state title (photo courtesy of Kenosha News)
WSCA Vice President
WSCA Website Director & WSCA President Emeritus
Hall of Fame Committee
All-State, Boys' and Girls' COY Chair, Boys' and Girls' State Poll Chair, USC National Poll
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