Ted Hantak: If a team need a goal in the last minutes of an important game, Ted was the player. Always seeming to be in the right place at the right time. After attending Meamec CC for a year, Ted transferred to Forest Park CC in 1983 where Ted received All-American 2nd Team honors and was the leading scorer for the year. Finishing his college career at UMSL in 1984 and 85 where he was the teams leading scorer and received All-MIAA and All-Midwest Region, and 2nd Team All-American. In 1986 Ted made the jump to the Pro ranks with the Memphis Storm and making the AISA All-Rookie Team. Two more years in the MISL and after that found Ted returning to his roots in St. Louis. Beginning with the Busch Soccer Club he moved to the Kutis SC where he was instrumental in two National titles, the 1986 Open Cup Championship where he scored the winning goal and in 1995 as a member of the Kutis O-30 National Champions. As a compliment to Ted’s tenacity, he also participated with the United States World Cup National Team with 3 caps, the World University Team, and the Pan-American Team.