Brandon Scholl, Vice President
Brandon lives in St. Paul Park and coaches two boys teams for HFC United- U9 12 Boys Blue and U10 11 Boys White (coaching both of his sons). Brandon comes to HFC United with an impressive coaching experience, having served on the Park High School boys soccer team for 14 years, as well as previous coaching experience with Salvo SC.
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Pam Onnen, Treasurer
Pam lives in Hastings with her husband and youngest child, Martin (10th grade and who is the soccer player in her family). Pam has twins who are in college at the University of Minnesota- Duluth. Pam's background is in mechanical engineering, and has previously worked at the Koch (Flint Hills) oil refinery in Rosemount. Pam went back to college and earned a master's degree and her teaching license in math. Currently Pam substitute teaches in Hastings and the surrounding communities.
Pam comes to the HFC United board with past experience as a treasurer by serving on the officer position for the Hastings MOMS Club and for Cub Scout Pack 444. Pam has also served on the City of Hastings- Planning Commission.
Fun fact, Pam is a Guinness World Record holder by spelling 56 words backwards in one minute.
Lynette Schmaltz, Director of Competitive Travel
Lynette is a life-long learner (a former K-12 physical and health educator) who wanted to be a part of the HFC United board to continue the strive towards promoting and encouraging a positive culture of soccer within Hastings and the surrounding communities.
Lynette, who is a USSF Grassroots licensed coach for 9v9 and 11v11, is passionate about youth soccer development and has a wealth of experience as both a soccer player and as a coach (who currently coaches the U14 07 Boys State team). Lynette also has a passion of encouraging others in her role as a Certified Optimal Health Coach.
As a Hastings resident, Lynette enjoys running, woodworking, healthy cooking, relaxing, learning, and crafting- she is always on the go with her husband and three boys. Lynette was born with soccer in her blood, as her youth days included playing soccer in North Dakota and even in Canada. her drive and competitiveness prepared her for an active and healthy lifestyle.
"Watching athletes reach their goals is incredibly rewarding! I couldn't ask for a better role with our growing HFC United soccer program!"- Lynette Schmaltz, HFC United Director of Competitive Travel
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