Keith Tabatznik

Keith Tabatznik (Meritorious Service) – Inducted 2011

Keith was a three-year letter winner at American University.  He was a repeating all-star in the Capitol Soccer League, and also served as the League’s president for several years.  Keith was Georgetown University’s head coach for 22 years, where he finished with 220 wins, making him Georgetown’s all-time winningest coach.  Keith was twice named Big East Coach of the Year, and in 1997 was named the USASA National Coach of the Year as he coached the Sports Festival East team to a gold medal.  He served three years as US National Amateur Team (US “B” Team) Head Coach.  He was the Assistant National Coach for Bermuda for the 2010 World Cup Qualifying. He is currently the Region 1 ODP Head Coach, works as a TV analyst and is a National Instructor with US Soccer Coaching Education.  Keith is a director with the Elite 300 Soccer