Highlights and reaction from the men's soccer match between Army and Hartford.
2011 (JUNIOR): One of just three Army players to start all 18 matches during a standout junior campaign ... named to the All-Patriot League second team at season's end ... led the Black Knights in several offensive categories, topping the team in goals (four), points (10), shots (40) and shots on goal (16) ... also ranked tied for the team lead with two game-winning markers ... listed tied for third on the squad with two assists ... shot total ranked tied for eighth in the Patriot League ... also listed tied for eighth in the conference in both goals and points ... recorded first career point in the season opener versus Marist ... dished out first career assist opposite the Red Foxes ... tallied first career goal in the Black Knights' 1-0 victory over Manhattan in the second match of the year ... game-winning tally lifted Army to the win ... credited with five shots, including career-best four shots on goal, versus the Jaspers ... fired a career-high six shots against Seton Hall ... returned to the scoring column in Army's Patriot League opener opposite Holy Cross ... tallied game-winning marker as the Black Knights held on for a 2-1 victory over the Crusaders ... added a goal in Army's 3-2 come-from-behind win over Hartford ... notched one goal and one assist in the Black Knights' heart-breaking 3-2 setback at Colgate ... credited with at least one shot in 14 of 18 games.
2010 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in each of Army's 17 contests during a breakout sophomore season ... drew 16 starts ... credited with 12 shots on the year ... attempted a season-high four shots against Lehigh ... fired a season-best three shots on goal in Army's match at Lafayette.
2009 (FRESHMAN): Played in 15 games during his freshman campaign, including one start ... came off the bench to make his collegiate debut in the season-opening victory against NJIT ... season also included a start opposite Rider on the road ... tallied a goal in Army's spring scrimmage against the New York Red Bulls ... earned a letter.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: First-team all-state selection for two-time state champion Prince of Peace Christian High School ... also an all-conference player and team captain under coach Antonio Pecorari ... played club soccer for Advanced Youth Soccer Educational System (AYSES) Gold for eight years ... served as team captain for coach Sammy Olali ... standout track athlete as well ... school-record holder in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters ... state runner-up in the 800m.
PERSONAL: Joshua Dean Koeppe ... was born Nov. 28, 1990 in Richardson, Texas ... son of William and Cheryl Koeppe ... has a younger brother Jordan, and younger sister Sarah ... paternal grandfather, Dean Koeppe, served in the Army during World War II ... maternal grandfather, Steve Jones, served in the Army during the Korean War ... member of the National Honor Society and was invited to the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. ... enjoys reading in his spare time ... majoring in History.