Bob Schuhart is the only two-time WIAA state boys golf champion from the FVA, having won the 1980 and 1981 state titles for Oshkosh West. He went on to an illustrious college career at UW-Oshkosh and enjoyed plenty of success on the local amateur golf scene. He is now back at his alma mater as a custodian. Here is a look at his background:
Undergraduate College Attended: UW-Oshkosh
Academic Major: Physical Education
Primary College Athletic Achievements: 1983 WSUC Champion, qualified for NCAA Division III championships, four-time all-conference performer, led team in scoring average and earned team MVP all four years
Current Residence: Oshkosh
Current Career: Custodian at Oshkosh West
Other Honors: Has won Oshkosh City Championship six times and finished runner-up nine times, Fox Cities Amateur Champion, Oshkosh West Wall of Fame and Lakeshore Golf Course Hall of Fame
Family (list spouse and children, including ages of children): Twin boys, age 18
What sports do you participate in now? Still golfing
What game/event against an FVA opponent stands out in your memory and why? Neenah, because they were hard to beat
Who was your favorite athlete you competed against in the FVA? Tom Martine, Neenah
Who was your favorite FVA team to compete against? Oshkosh North
What makes you most proud of your high school? Winning two state championships and one third place finish. Team going undefeated to win state championship in 1980.
Please share any other great memories of competing in the FVA: I loved to complete at the highest level and putting West on the top.