Of many remarkable events in his long career as Summit's head coach of varsity girls soccer, a special occasion on Saturday, January 7, is one Mike Fee will surely remember.
At a ceremony hosted by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association (OSSCA), Coach Fee was enshrined into the Hall of Fame at the organization's annual banquet in Columbus, Ohio.
A three-time state champion (2011, 2015, 2017), he has been honored by the Southwest Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association as their district coach of the year six times. He has been named league coach of the year seven times. On the field, Coach Fee has lead Summit Country Day girls soccer for 22 seasons and his teams have captured five regional championships and eight district championships since 2000. The Cincinnati, Ohio native has produced eight All-Americans.
In service to the soccer community, Coach Fee was President of the SWOHSSCA for nearly 10 years and treasurer for four years. A graduate of University of Cincinnati (bachelor's degree, English literature) and Xavier University (master's degree, counseling), Coach Fee is the Upper School counselor at The Summit.
Read more about one of Coach Fee's state championship seasons here.