COLUMBUS – The Northeast Community College soccer team will add a Scotus Shamrock to its roster the upcoming season.
Anthony Kosch signed to play at the next level on Thursday.
“I knew I wanted to play soccer somewhere and it was a good option. I met the coach he seemed like a nice guy, a fun guy. I thought I would play some soccer there,” Kosch said.
Kosch has been around the sport for twelve years after him and his family moved to Columbus and will be the second Kosch child to move on to playing in college.
This has been an exciting time for the whole crew and they’re ready to help Anthony with the next step.
“A couple things that helped is family unity because we’ve traveled all along with club soccer. But when it comes to Anthony improving I think it’s going to be more metal,” explained Anthony’s father, Mike Kosch. “The point of staying focused and not getting upset on the field. Just staying focused and doing the best he can. I think he’s athletically there it’s just going to be the mental part.”
The six foot forward played his last game wearing a Shamrock jersey on May 6 and although he said his time at Scotus is one to remember, he is ready for what is next.
“I’m excited, obviously. It’s going to be fun to go on the next chapter of life,” Kosch said.