OCU Soccer Signs All-State Player Aaron Young

The OCU men's soccer program signs another distinct player for the 2011 season. Coach Josh Murton has been recruiting Aaron Young for three years. In that time, OCU has changed the way it does soccer. After signing Aaron, OCU will create more of a focus towards achieving goals on and off the field. 

Aaron Young was a 4 year varsity player for Liberty Union High School where he had 68 career goals along with 25 assists. As a Captain his junior and senior year, Aaron led the school to it best record in 2010. In his senior year, Aaron was named MSL Player of the Year, 610 WTVN Player of the Week, and Columbus Dispatch Player of the Week. Aaron also competes with the Pataskala Highlanders, a nationally ranked club soccer team.

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

Head Coach Josh Murton comments, "I spent a lot of time recruiting Aaron and loved every bit of it. He has a great sense of humor and a love for the game. His focus on and off the field is going to be a big asset for OCU for years to come, and I am very happy to have him on board."

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