Curley senior Koscher signs with Georgetown

  • Archbishop Curley senior Patrick Koscher recently signed his National Letter of Intent to attend and play soccer at Georgetown University in the fall. The Hoyas finished #2 in the country last fall. Koscher, who resides in Bel Air, will be graduating this spring from Curley High School with a GPA of 4.1. He is a volunteer at St. Francis de Sales in Abingdon and helps in the community for groups such as Habitant for Humanity. Pictured, from left, are Jon Koscher (father), Patrick Koscher and Mary Pat Koscher (mother). Also pictured, standing, is Barry Stitz, head coach of Curley’s soccer program.
Archbishop Curley senior Patrick Koscher recently signed… (PHOTO COURTESY OF JAYME…)
March 07, 2013

Archbishop Curley senior Patrick Koscher recently signed his National Letter of Intent to attend and play soccer at Georgetown University in the fall. The Hoyas finished #2 in the country last fall. Koscher, who resides in Bel Air, will be graduating this spring from Curley High School with a GPA of 4.1. He is a volunteer at St. Francis de Sales in Abingdon and helps in the community for groups such as Habitant for Humanity. Pictured, from left, are Jon Koscher (father), Patrick Koscher and Mary Pat Koscher (mother). Also pictured, standing, is Barry Stitz, head coach of Curley's soccer program.

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