Peter Lange

Peter Lange is the Provost of Duke University and an avid soccer player. Lange joined the Department of Political Science at Duke University in 1981 after a previous teaching position at Harvard University. Since arriving at Duke, he has been Associate Professor (1982-1989), Full Professor (since 1989), and Chair of Department of Political Science (1996-1999). He assumed his position as the Provost of Duke University in July of 1999.
Carla Overbeck

Carla Overbeck was an instrumental player for the U.S. National Team in winning the 2001 Women's World Cup in China. She captained the 1995 U.S. World Cup squad that advanced to the semifinals and also served as captain of the 1996 U.S. Olympic Team that won the gold medal. In 1998, Overbeck competed on the gold-medal-winning Goodwill Games squad. She again captained Team USA to the 1999 World Cup championship and to a silver medal in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Austraila. Overbeck is currently the assistant coach for Duke Women's Soccer.
Tom Rankin

Tom Rankin is the director of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. A photographer, filmmaker, and folklorist, Rankin has been documenting and interpreting American culture for nearly twenty years. His books include Sacred Space: Photographs from the Mississippi Delta (1993), which received the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters Award for Photography, 'Deaf Maggie Lee Sayre': Photographs of a River Life (1995), Faulkner's World: The Photographs of Martin J. Dain (1997), and Local Heroes Changing America: Indivisible (2000).
Hank Steinbrecher

Hank Steinbrecher was Secretary General of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) from 1990 to 2000 - a decade in which soccer in the United States made huge strides both on and off the field. He organized two highly successful FIFA World Cup soccer competitions, the Men's in 1994 and the Women's in 1999 and helped establish Major League Soccer. A life-long soccer enthusiast, Hank brought a unique blend of soccer and corporate marketing knowledge and experience to the USSF, which saw soccer break into the sports mainstream for the first time.
Eric Wynalda

Eric Wynalda is a three-time World Cup veteran; he is the 2nd leading all-time scorer for the U.S. National Team. Eric recieved Honda's Player of the Decade award in 2000. Wynalda scored the first ever goal in Major League Soccer in 1996 and was elected to the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2004. In 2004, Eric was hired by ABC/ESPN as a knowledgeable color match commentator for MLS. According to U.S. Soccer Hall of Fame, he is knowen as "Soccer's 'Bad Boy' for his outspoken and unvarnished opinions on the games."
Ethan Zohn

Since being declared the winner of Survivor: Africa, Ethan Zohn has founded "Grassroot Soccer": a non-profit organization which trains Africa's professional soccer players to teach children about HIV/AIDS prevention. Ethan is a national spokesperson for America Scores, an organization that helps inner city kids participate in educational soccer programs. He has also done extensive charity work for Kick AIDS, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids organization, YouthAids and the Colon Cancer Alliance. Zohn is also a professional soccer player, having played goalie for the Highlanders FC (Zimbabwe), Cape Cod Crusaders and the Hawaii Tsunami.
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