Bloomsburg University Men's Soccer Hall of Fame Members

Millard Ludwig '48-Inducted posthumously 2005

Ludwig was a standout soccer player for the Huskies and graduated in 1948 after interrupting his studies to serve in the U.S. Navy during World War II. As a two-year member of the soccer team he helped the Huskies to a then, school-record 6-1-2 mark, while scoring twice and assisting on 11 other goals. In all, he had a hand in nearly 50 percent of the team's scoring that season. He graduated with a major in English, with a concentration in journalism and later became a teacher in the Millville school district, serving as a guidance counselor, assistant to the superintendent, coach and athletic director. He coached for 26 years in the district in three sports and in 1987 was recognized as Pennsylvania Athletic Director of the Year. Giving back to his college alma mater resulted in serving as president of the Bloomsburg College Alumni Association for eight years (1973-1981), after which he was awarded an honorary lifetime membership. The college also recognized him for his dedication to his college and community by bestowing upon him their Distinguished Service Award. Millard died in 2001 at the age of 77.

James Mailey '80-Inducted 1993

Mailey was a part of the men's soccer team that went as high as second place in national rankings and made its first appearance in the NCAA playoffs. During his career, the Huskies posted a four-year record of 37-10-1. In those four years, he scored 62 goals and had 27 assists. He also holds the Bloomsburg single-season record of 22 goals and 13 assists and is second on the PSAC all-time scoring list. Mailey was the leading sprinter in track and field for the Huskies, earning an invitation to the national championships in the 100-meter dash.

Lance Milner '90-Inducted 2006

Milner was a three-time singles and one-time doubles All-American for the Huskies in men's tennis. He won two PSAC singles titles and three PSAC doubles titles, including two at number one doubles. He ranked in the top 15 singles players in the country three years (11th, 11th and 13th). His career record of 119-44 puts him number two all-time in school history in career wins. In doubles he teamed with Roland Lamy to post a career record of 52-12 and finished the 1990 season ranked 6th in the country. In 1989 he defeated the #1 ranked player in the county while participating at the NCAA national tournament. During that same year Milner helped lead Bloomsburg's tennis team to its highest national ranking ever (5th place). He was co-captain and co-MVP of the Huskies in 1990 and went on to be named the Bloomsburg Senior Athlete of the Year in 1990. While attending graduate school he coached the Bloomsburg University women's tennis team to a record of 7-4.

Toby Rank '80--Inducted 2007

Rank played on the men's soccer team for four years and helped the Huskies to one of its best four-year marks in school history (32-19). In his career, Rank scored 29 goals (number three all-time in school history) and assisted on 14 goals. He also is third in career points with 71. He was a four-time All-PSAC East selection and was named to the All-Region team as a senior. Rank also is also co-holder of the school record for goals in a game (4) and points in a game (9).