Board of Directors

PCJSL President | Ted Schmidt
PCJSL Vice President | Mark Hamilton
PCJSL Vice President of Competition | Kadar
PCJSL Fields Commissioner |
Bob Barton
PCJSL Director of Coaching | Ricardo Hinds
PCJSL Treasurer | Curt Cannon

PCJSL Registrar | Pat Dunham
PCJSL Secretary |
Dawn Marie Bogdanowich
PCJSL Referees' Commissioner | Larry Luckett
PCJSL Communications | Becky Barry
PCJSL Special Projects Commissioner | OPEN
PCJSL Past President | Jeff Welliver

Ted Schmidt

PCJSL President | Ted Schmidt ~ Ted is an attorney who has served a year and a half as the District II Commissioner serving southern Arizona with the Arizona Youth Soccer Ass'n and has just been elected president of PCJSL. Ted's daughter played soccer for many years with Tucson Soccer Academy and then for Chapman University. His wife Ann was very active as a team manager and inspired the 94 Red Girls team to a state championship as she battled breast cancer. Ted was instrumental in establishing the Ann Kathryn Schmidt Kickin' It Clubhouse in her memory. He has served as president for the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, the University of Arizona Law College Board of Visitors and on the executive board and legal counsel to the Catalina Council Boy Scouts of America and president of Tucson Soccer Academy.

Ricardo Hinds

PCJSL Director of Coaching | Ricardo Hinds ~ Ricardo is a native of Venezuela who has lived in Tucson for the past 25 years, holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and has been twice certified as a Lean Manufacturing Six Sigma Black Belt. He is a current Board member of the "Lupus Foundation of Southern Arizona" and the "Pima County Junior Soccer League" as the Director of Coaching. Soccer credentials include: holder of a U.S. Soccer Federation National "Youth" and "C" Licenses. For the past 2 years he has coached in the state Olympic Development Program (Arizona Youth Soccer Association). Ricardo is founder and President of the AZ Champions FC where he coaches various teams. He also spend time as a referee in the Tucson youth and adult leagues. He holds a U.S. Soccer Federation grade 8 referee level.

Pat Dunham

PCJSL Registrar | Pat Dunham ~ I have been active in many different areas of soccer for the last 18 years.  I believe that youth sports – and especially youth soccer – provides many, many positives in our lives.  Youth soccer not only kept my family close; it brought a wonderful new “son” from Mexico City into our lives.  It has enriched my life and the lives of my children (now all adults) with many friends, many experiences and many life lessons.  Away from soccer, I am the creative director at Brandt Advertising.  My current role in PCJSL is registrar and it is very gratifying to see new families register and enjoy the PCJSL soccer experience. 

Kadar Hamilton

PCJSL Vice President of Competition | Kadar Hamilton ~ Kadar serves as PCJSL Vice President of Competition. Hamilton has a long history of volunteering his time and talents to Tucson’s communities. Formerly, he was a youth group leader at MyChurch. a manager/coach at FC Sonora, and started and ran Tucson’s first chapter of All Pro Dad. Currently, he’s an Indoor/Outdoor Referee(AYSO, USSF, USI), a board member/manager/coach at Copper Hills Little League in Sahuarita, serves as the Treasurer for MyChurch and sits on the District Board of Administrators, and is the current soccer coach and assistant basketball coach at Cornerstone Christian Academy.  The oldest son of a former NFL player and coach, Hamilton grew up around sports, mentors and leaders in the community.  After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Stanford, he was recruited by and started for the Late Coach Bill Walsh. Hamilton then finished his collegiate football career under Coach Tyrone Willingham.  Following graduation, he spent 2 years in the NFL and NFLE with the St. Louis Rams, New England Patriots, and the Barcelona Dragons.
After his NFL playing career, Hamilton became a scout for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Then, in February of 2008, he accepted an offer to work within Raytheon's IT/Engineering Organization. When’s he’s not serving the community, Hamilton enjoys fantasy football, intense gym workouts, and spending time with his wife and three sons.

PCJSL Secretary | Dawn Marie Bogdanowich ~ I guess you can say I am your typical “soccer mom” wanting to be more involved than just driving my kids to and from practices and games. I have a very busy soccer family with my three children – two who play and 1 who refs. My husband is a coach as well as a player. Aside from being just a parent, I have been my son’s team manager and treasurer for the past five years and have thoroughly enjoyed the new friendships and bonds with many of the parents and coaches along the way. Looking for a new challenge, I ran for and am currently in my second year as PCJSL Board Secretary hoping to help make decisions that will improve youth soccer in Southern Arizona going forward. Outside of soccer, for the past 14 years have worked for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, currently the Executive Administrative Assistant for the Chief Operations Officer.

PCJSL Treasurer | Curt Cannon ~ Curt is a mortgage banker who has been with Fort Lowell Soccer Club for 20 plus years as a coach and board member. I have also served on the PCJSL board several different times and currently I’m the treasurer. I have also served on the TAR Shootout board for the last 17 years.

PCJSL Communications | Becky Barry ~ Becky currently serves as PCJSL Communications Commissioner. Becky has a long history with soccer in Tucson. She currently serves on the Tucson Soccer Academy board and is also a coach for TSA. She played within PCJSL growing up before going on to play at the University of Arizona. Outside of soccer, Becky works at the University of Arizona within the Take Charge America Institute.

PCJSL Referees' Commissioner | Larry Luckett ~USSF Referee since 2002, Grade 7 referee in 2003, USSF Referee instructor, USSF Referee assessor, USSF Referee assignor, PCJSL Referee Commissioner since 2012, US Indoor Referee since 2012, AIA High School Referee since 2003, Certified (Level 1) referee in 2006, President of Tucson Soccer Referee Association (High school soccer referee association), Refereed over 3,000 matches at youth, high school and adult leagues in Tucson and throughout the state of Arizona.

PCJSL Fields Commissioner | Bob Barton ~ Bob’s “real job” is with the City of Tucson’s Equal Employment Opportunity Office as a Program Manager, but he and his wife, Maggie, have been involved with soccer in Tucson since the early 90s when both of their sons played for PCJSL teams, initially with the Jacobs (now TMSFC) club and later with the CDO club. He first certified as a USSF referee in 1995, ultimately upgrading to grade 5. Bob later certified as a USSF assignor and state assessor, and currently sits on the Arizona State Referee Association’s Board of Directors as the Area Director of Assessment for Tucson. He is also active with NISOA (National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association) as an assessor on PAC-12 matches. He served on the PCJSL Board of Directors for a number of years as the Referees’ Commissioner and was re-elected at the 2014 AGM as the Fields Commissioner for the 2014-15 season.

PCJSL Vice President | Mark Hamilton ~ Mark was born a military brat, lived in seven states and two foreign countries. He played soccer on the beaches in Korea, schoolyards in Germany, the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs to name a few. He loves the game of soccer. He loves it because it is clean and wholesome. He loves it because it is universal. He loves the technically skilled individuals; he loves the kids that play just to have fun. He loves the tactically skilled teams; he loves the four year olds who got distracted during the game because that dandelion is ready to be picked. Mark loves the game of soccer. His motivation in joining PCJSL is to keep it that way. He wants to see kids and parents enjoy the game because it is good… and clean… and wholesome.

Mark coaches, referees, and is a parent of youth players. Mark has been married over twenty years and has three children. He currently works for the Pima County Sheriff’s Department and loves Tucson. Enjoy the game!