Seacoast United Hall of Fame

Class of 2015
Charlie Davies                  Former player at SUSC as a U13/U14.  Former player at Boston College.  First SUSC player to sign a professional contract and play for the USA Men's National Team.  Current player for the New England Revolution.
Kim Foley                                                      First full-time female employee at SUSC from 1997-2009.  Former captain at University of New Hampshire.  US Youth National player U14-U20.  Sales representative for Allergan Pharmaceutical.

Marc Hubbard

Player on the first of Club's two teams in 1992.  Former captain at Colgate University.  2013 Division II National Championship coach at Southern NH University.  Current head coach at University of New Hampshire.
Ron Lataille Former President of the Club and instrumental in his support for the Epping Outdoor Complex.  Chief Financial Officer at UFP Technologies.
Jarkko Tuominen Former Nike Sports Marketing Representative and Sales Representative working with Seacoast United from 1996-2005.  Tireless in his efforts to support Nike soccer and the Club.  Native of Finland and graduate/standout soccer player at Concordia College.


Class of 2014
Dr. Steve Hardy                     Co-Founder, first President of the Club and recent Board Member of the Seacoast United Foundation.  Professor at University of New Hampshire.
Christian Martinez                                                      Player on the first of Club's two teams in 1992.  Member of squad to travel to England in 1995 where he trained with Newcastle United for one week during preseason.  Four year starter at Brown University.

Mike Noonan

Co-Founder, Coach of one of Club's first two teams.  Former Head Coach of University of New Hampshire and Brown University.  Current Head Coach of Clemson University.
Mike Simchik Former President of the Club.  Instrumental in Club's attempt to go full time, grow Seacoast United and develop much needed facilities.
Ron Kratt Former Board Member.  Tireless in efforts to support every aspect of the Club including Registrar, Team Manager, etc.  Former NH Soccer Volunteer of the Year.
Ben Hardy Player on first of Club's two teams in 1992.  Four year starter at Middlebury College.  SUSC's first collegiate All-American.  Assistant Coach at Middlebury College when they won the Division III National Championship.