GROVE CITY, OH - Ohio Christian soccer coach Josh Murton is happy to announce the recent additions of Sam Coachman and Michael Duffy to the men's soccer program. The duo comes to OCU fresh off of standout seniors years at Grove City High School.
Sam Coachman was a two year varsity starter for the Greyhounds. Coachman scored 22 goals and 11 assists as a forward for Grove City.
"Sam is going to add a lot to this growing program on the field with his ability and positive attitude," said Coach Murton. "Off the field he is a great young man that is someone our campus can be proud of."
Michael Duffy was a two year varsity player at Grove City. Duffy scored 3 goals and had 21 assists as a midfielder for the Greyhounds.
"Michael is a very confident player who is as excited to be at OCU as we are to have him. His energy and passion for the game and his teammates will make him be a valuable asset to OCU for many years," said Coach Murton.
Duffy and Coachman join a talented OCU men's soccer team that has reached the NCCAA National Tournament for three straight seasons.