2018 Jay Fredrich Good of Soccer Award - Rick Fiege
2017 Tournament of the Year - Crossroads of America College Showcase
2017 Girls Recreational Coach of the Year - Serge Fotso
2016 Girls Recreational Coach of the Year - David Schleper
2014 Lionel Dubay Youth Sports Coach of the Year – Rick Fiege
2013 Hall of Fame - Frank Dixon
2013 Administrator of the Year - Christina Hord
2011 Director of Coaching of the Year - Joe Sochacki
2010 Boys Travel Coach of the Year – Rick Fiege
2009 President’s Award – Rick Fiege
2009 Hall of Fame Merit Award Winner - John McCarroll
2009 Hall of Fame - Bruce Carlstedt
2009 Girls' Travel Coach of the Year - Ralph Richards
2008 Hall of Fame - Bonnie Dale
2008 Administrator of the Year - Jon Jacobson
2007 Girls' Travel Coach of the Year - Gene Lindley
2007 Manager of the Year - Ron Boots
2005 President’s Award – Rick Fiege
2005 Region II Girl's Travel Coach of Year - Gene Lindley
2004 Administrator of the Year - LuAnn Boots
During the Indiana Soccer Foundation Annual Awards Gala on Saturday, March 2nd, the Indiana Soccer Foundation honored Rick Fiege with the Jay Fredrich Good of Soccer Award. This award recognizes the work of those who have made a lasting contribution to the game of soccer. Rick Fiege stands as a shining example of such a legacy
As noted in the Awards Gala program – “With talents that have touched the lives of players for more than thirty years, service at the field both through coaching and leadership, a legacy that lives on through the Zionsville soccer facility and the Memorial Cup, and a love of the game that has impacted all those who knew him, there are few who have done more for the Good of Soccer than Coach Rick Fiege. In Rick’s absence, Mark Webber, Indiana Fire Juniors Executive Director, accepted the award for on Rick’s behalf.
4 Regional Championships and 12 Final Appearances
Midfielder Cam Lindley signed a four-year contract with Orlando City SC in early 2018. Lindley played for the Indiana Fire and had been a US National Team member since 2009, playing with the U14, U15, U17 and U20 teams. He played two years at the University of North Carollina before going pro.
Eric Dick was drafted by Sporting Kansas City in the first round of the 2018 MLS SuperDraft. Dick was a goalie with the Indiana Fire Development Academy and also played on the Indiana Fire NPSL team. He made his professional debut with Kansas City's United Soccer League affiliate Swope Park Rangers in March.
Lauren Cheney Holiday
An American professional soccer midfield playmaker and forward who played as a youth player for one of the founding clubs of the Indiana Fire Juniors Clubs. Cheney played for FC Kansas City in the National Women's Soccer League and the US Women's National Team. Lauren announced her retirement in 2015.