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Bill Vieth Jr. was a high scoring attacking midfielder on two Reitz Memorial High School teams that won two State (IHSSA) championships and on Pizza Hut u-19 teams that won a State Cup title. After a successful college career at St Louis University he returned to Evansville and began coaching Reitz Memorial High School boys in 1986. Bill's body of work as a High School coach is amazing and ongoing. He coached teams to ten State Championships including three of the last four and made seven additional final four appearances. Add to that; 28 Sectional champions as well as 24 Regional Titles and you have a true dynasty that Bill nurtured at Evansville Reitz Memorial High School.
“His passion for the game is as intense as ever and he transfers that intensity to the young players on his teams. The work ethic and discipline that it takes to make a champion is what he preaches and teaches every day. As a role model and coach, he is of the highest caliber,” stated former University of Evansville coach and Hall of Fame member Fred Schmalz.