The U.S. National Futsal team, led by Milwaukee Wave coach Keith Tozer, will play
defending regional champion Guatemala, Panama and Canada or El Salvador in Group A of the CONCACAF
Futsal Championship this summer in Guatemala City.
Mexico, Cuba, Costa Rica and St. Kitts and Nevis were drawn into Group B at the tournament,
which is July 2 to 8 at Domo Polideportivo.
Milwaukee Wave forward Nick Perera and midfielder Matt Stewart are among 18
players called into a U.S. Futsal National Team camp that starts Sunday in Torrance, Calif.
U.S. coach Keith Tozer, who led Milwaukee to its second consecutive Major Indoor Soccer
League title earlier this month, also invited a familiar face in Wichita Wings midfielder Angel
Rivillo – he previously played with the Wave and the Milwaukee Rampage.
The Milwaukee Wave have finalists in all five of the Major Indoor Soccer League's individual
award categories for the 2011-12 season.
Midfielder Marcio Leite (Most Valuable Player), Cedarburg native Joe Hammes
(Defender of the Year), Marcel Feenstra (Goalkeeper of the Year), Nick Perera (Rookie
of the Year) and Keith Tozer (Coach of the Year) all are on the ballot for the honors.
Milwaukee Wave coach Keith Tozer, who has won more than 600 games and five indoor soccer
league championships, was one of nine people named to the United Soccer Leagues Hall of Fame Class
of 2011 on Tuesday.
He is one of three men named in the MISL category of the Hall, joining legendary player
Tatu and longtime Baltimore Blast owner Edwin Hale Sr.
The Milwaukee Wave is thrilled to announce a new winter indoor training program. The Wave Academy
will be conducted by players and coaches from the Milwaukee Wave who represent countries from
around the world. The Wave Academy's advanced training will offer players U8 – U14 the
opportunity to develop into a more confident player.
The first MISL game VASoccernews.com ever covered was the 2011 MISL Championship in Baltimore, MD
between the Wave and Blast. Right from the opening save it was evident that Wave goalkeeper
Marcel Feenstra was "in the zone". He went on to be named MVP of that game.
Now the Milwaukee Wave have announced a two-year contract extension for their MVP goalkeeper
"We are very happy to have extended Marcel's contract and have him as part of the Milwaukee Wave
for three more seasons.
More signs that the MISL season is fast approaching today as the defending MISL Champion Milwaukee
Wave announced their first signings of the 2011 offseason. Defender, Fabinho
Ribeiro, agreed to a 3 year contract with the team.
"We are very happy to have signed such a talented defender.
Coach Tozer directing drills during the clinic...Keith Tozer, Head Coach for the US Futsal team and
the Milwaukee Wave was in town to give a clinic prior to the start of the National Futsal
Tournament Friday evening. For two hours he rapidly covered techniques, drills and tactics using
Sporting Kansas City Juniors U-16 players to demonstrate each concept.
By Clemente Lisi - NEW YORK, NY (Jul 22, 2010) US Soccer Players -- With an astonishing 617-382
record, Keith Tozer is the most successful coach in North American indoor soccer history. Tozer,
who has served as a head coach for the past 26 years, has called Milwaukee home for 18 of them. As
coach and vice-president of team operations for the Milwaukee Wave, Tozer, 53, guided the franchise
to titles in 1998, 2000, 2001.
The Milwaukee Wave and ESPN Milwaukee have teamed up to launch "Soccer Saturday presented by the
Milwaukee Wave," a weekly radio show that will be broadcast on 540 AM and streamed online at
ESPN Milwaukee's Matt Salmon will co-host the hour-long show, which kicks off
at 8 a.
Another year end award for the Missouri Comets. For the second year in a row, the Missouri Comets
have the MISL MVP after Byron Alvarez won the award last year. Geison becomes the second player for
the Comets to win both the scoring title and be named MVP. Geison finished the season with 90
points, including 38 goals to win the scoring title.
Coach Tozer thanks the fans after his 700th victory. By: Brandon Arendt
On a day that saw literally everything go Milwaukee's way, history was made. Wave Coach, Keith
Tozer, became the first coach in American Soccer to reach a historic 700 victories. All on the legs
of a dominating 25-10 performance by the Wave over Syracuse.
Green Bay natives Greg Santaga and Steve Mott and Milwaukee native Daniel
Stadler are among nine men who will be inducted into the Wisconsin Soccer Association Hall of
Fame at a banquet Saturday night at American Serb Hall in Milwaukee.
Stadler and Santaga will join Fernando Campos, Michael "Misho" Hincak and
Djordje Blašcuk in the player category, while Mott is the lone referee being enshrined this