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Hall of Fame Class of 2023

On September 8, 2023, Roseville Area Schools inducted the members of the Hall of Fame Class of 2023. They are (pictured above l-r): Steve Ulseth, Ronda Curtin Engelhardt, Amy Doherty, Mike Flatten, Mike Muscala, and Mark Curley. (Not pictured: Anna McLoon)


Class of 2023: The Inductees

MARK CURLEY coached nine seasons of middle school boys' track and field and eight seasons of high school girls' track and field. He also coached four seasons of boys' gymnastics including the state championship team in 1990. As the girls' gymnastics coach from 1981 through 2022 (37 SEASONS!), Curley built an amazing record including 14 undefeated seasons, 14 conference championships, 16 section champions, eight state championships, 18 individual state champions, and seven seasons ranked #1 in the nation. And this isn’t his only Hall of Fame event this year! In October, Curley will be inducted into the Minnesota State High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame.

AMY DOHERTY is a 1992 graduate of Roseville Area High School who competed in track and field, gymnastics, and soccer and was a captain for both track and gymnastics. As a track athlete, Doherty was a member of two state championship teams and was named All Conference 12 times and All State nine times. She qualified for the state track meet multiple times in the 400, the 4x200, the 4x400, and the 300 meter hurdles–taking first in the 4x200 and 4x400 in 1991 and in the 4x200 in 1992. As a gymnast, Doherty was named All State two times and All American two times. She went on to compete in indoor and outdoor track and field at the University of St. Thomas where she qualified for Division III nationals three times in the outdoor championships and one time in the indoor championships. She was named an All American in the 400 hurdles, the 4x400 relay, and the 4x100 relay and was the NCAA Woman of the Year from Minnesota in 1996. Today, Doherty is an assistant director for the Minnesota State High School League responsible for a number of sports and activities including State Gymnastics, State Boys and Girls Tennis, State Boys and Girls Soccer, Speech, Debate, One Act Play, and Robotics.

RONDA CURTIN ENGELHARDT is a 1999 graduate of Roseville Area High School. During her time at RAHS, Curtin Engelhardt was a four-year letter winner and senior captain in both soccer and hockey. In soccer, she was named to the All-State team her senior year. In hockey, Curtin Engelhardt was a member of two state championship teams, was named to the All-Conference and All-State teams for four years, was Minnesota Ms. Hockey for 1999, and was the RAHS Athena Award winner in 1999. Curtin Engelhardt went on to play hockey at the University of Minnesota where she was a two-time All-American. For her efforts, she was named the 2002 WCHA Player of the Year, the WCHA Defensive Player of the year, a WCHA First Team selection, and the WCHA Tournament Most Valuable Player. Curtin Engelhardt has also seen great success as a coach, including a state championship as the Head Coach at Breck and winning the Isobel Cup while coaching the Minnesota Ice Caps.  Today, she is the first female scout for the National Hockey League's Nashville Predators.

MIKE FLATTEN is a 1982 graduate of Frank B. Kellogg High School where he competed in gymnastics, diving, and track & field. Flatten qualified for state in both gymnastics and diving. After graduating, Flatten returned to Roseville Area Schools and made his mark as a coach and activities coordinator. He was an assistant coach for boys gymnastics for four years, including the 1991 state championship team. Flatten served in a number of capacities for girls gymnastics, including assistant coach in 1987, head coach from 1988 to 1999, and co-head coach with Mark Curley from 2000 to 2019. So many impressive stats during that time. For example, the girls team was conference champions 15 times, section champions 14 times, state champions eight times, and had 36 individual gymnasts named all state in a total of 238 events. Flatten was named the Class AA State Gymnastics Coach of the Year in 1995.

ANNA MCLOON is a 2000 graduate of Roseville Area High School where she competed on the swim & dive, nordic skiing, and track teams. As a Raider athlete, McLoon was a two-time individual champion in Nordic skiing – in 1999 in the skate race and in 2000 in the pursuit race – as well as the captain of the Raider Nordic ski team that won state in 2000. After graduating from RAHS, McLoon went on to ski and row for Harvard University. She competed in the NCAA championships all four years for skiing and two years on crew including as a member of the 2003 NCAA championship rowing team. As a graduate student, McLoon started racing road bicycles and was the collegiate national champion in the road race in 2011. Today, she is an assistant professor of biology at Siena College in New York.

MIKE MUSCALA is a 2009 graduate of Roseville Area High School. As a Raider basketball player from 2006-2009, Muscala was team captain and an all-conference selection. After high school, he attended Bucknell University where he was an Academic All-American. In addition to his academic successes, Muscala was the 2011 Patriot League Men's Player of the Year and an AP All-American Honorable Mention. In 2013, Muscala was the Patriot League Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, and earned First-Team All Conference honors, becoming the first player in Patriot League history to earn Player of the Year and Tournament MVP twice. During his senior season, Muscala became Bucknell's all-time leading scorer with 2,036 points and it’s a record that still stands today. He was selected as the 44th overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft and is currently a member of the Washington Wizards team.

STEVE ULSETH is a member of the Frank B Kellogg High School Class of 1977. He played hockey for the Chargers from 1975 through 1977. Ulseth was named All Conference and All State in 1977 and named the Best Athlete in 1977. In addition, Ulseth played soccer for Kellogg and was the captain for both hockey and soccer for two years. Ulseth went on to play hockey for the University of Minnesota where he lettered for four years including 1981 when the Gophers were the national champions. Ulseth was a four-time All American and was named captain in 1981. He went on to sign an NHL contract with the New York Rangers.