Dusan Obsajsnik is in the fourth year of his second stint as a member of Ed Kelly's staff after spending the 2000 season at Boston University. No stranger to the BC program, Obsajsnik coached the goalkeepers from 1997 through 1999. He is responsible for the tutelage and development of Eagles' All-America goalkeeper Chris Hamblin and 2002 BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year Kyle Singer.
Prior to joining the Eagles in 1997, Obsajsnik spent four seasons in his first go-around with Boston University.
A former professional goalkeeper in the Czechoslovakian Premier Division, Obsajsnik joined BU after spending two years as an advisor with a number of local schools as well as the Massachusetts State Olympic Development Program. He also spent time at a variety of soccer camps, including the Brazil Soccer Camp.
His first American coaching position was a two-year stint (1989-91) as an assistant at Southwest Missouri State. In the off-season, Obsajsnik organized and directed the Professional Youth Soccer School in Springfield, Missouri.
Obsajsnik began his playing career as a goalkeeper with the FC VSS Kosice Youth Soccer Program in 1960. He traveled through the various levels of the program, spending four years in the junior league, before beginning a nine-year career with the First Division men's side in 1971.
When he concluded his playing career, Obsajsnik accepted his first coaching position in 1979 as the head coach of FC Pozemne Staby of the Second Division in Kosice. In 1983, he took a similar position with FC Zemplin in Michalovce, Czechoslovakia, before serving as head coach of the St. Nicholas Program in Austria from 1986-87.