Head Coach, Region I ODP
Keith is a former collegiate head men's soccer coach. He's most famous for coaching Georgetown University from 1984 to 2005. The 22 year head coach compiled a 220-178-22 record and remains Georgetown's all-time winnigest socer coach. He let his teams to the Big East Conference tournament 12 straight seasons at one point. From 1998 to 1999, the Hoyas reached the championship match of the Big East Championships and won 15 games both seasons. His 1997 squad saw the Hoyas capture their first ever NCAA tournament victory with a 2-1 victory over Virginia Commonwealth University. He was named Big East Conference coach of the year that season.
His 1994 team recorded the school's first ever berth into the NCAA tournament, including the school's first ever Big East regular season championship. He was named Big East coach of the year after leading the Hoyas to an 18-4 record. He previously served as an assistant coach at George Washington University. He is a 1980 graduate of American University.
Tabatznik served as an assistant National Coach for Bermuda for World Cup qualifying in 2009. He also is the Head Coach for Region I ODP and is on the US National Staff for Caoching Education. He is a TV analyst for Fox Soccer Channel and for Comcast SportsNet - working on the college games and for DC United.
In January 2011, he was introduced in the the Virginia/DC Soccer Hall of Fame.