Adam Knox Signs with the Trailblazers

Adam Knox from Watkins Memorial High School signs with the Trailblazers to play soccer. Adam has been sought after by many schools for his abilities on the soccer field. With all the choices, Adam picked Ohio Christian. He picked them not just for the last few successful seasons, but for the ability to earn both an Education and Youth Pastor Degree.

Adam spent 3 of his four years at Liberty Union High School where he scored 31 goals and had 20 assists. In his junior year, Adam was named Licking County Player of the Year. His senior year he transferred to Watkins Memorial where he scored 15 goals and had 9 assists. He was named 2nd Team All-Ohio Capital Conference. Adam also plays on the nationally ranked club team, Pataskala Highlanders.

Other Accomplishments:
Freshman: Mid-State League Honorable Mention
Sophomore: 2nd Team All-District, 2nd Team All-MSL
Junior: 2nd Team All-State, 1st Team All-District, 1st Team All-MSL

Head Coach Josh Murton adds, "Adam is another great newcomer to OCU. His passion for the game is only second to his stance with God. He is going to add a lot to our attack and will be an excellent leader on our campus. What is also nice about Adam is that he will be with his good friends Aaron and Jordan. All three bring a great quality to this program, and I am excited to see what he will bring with along with the other two."

The OCU Trailblazers open up the 2011 season at Asbury University on August 26 at 7pm.