Warsaw standout Eric O’Cock has certainly left his impression on the Tiger Soccer program, and the crafty forward announced and signed a Letter of Intent to attend Huntington University to study and play soccer for the Foresters.
O’Cock emerged early in his high school career as a spark for Warsaw coach Frank Courtois’ club, and this year O’Cock helped lead Warsaw to a sectional championship. O’Cock’s presence on the pitch was outstanding with his performances, demeanor, and sportsmanship equally impressive and standing out.
A 2nd team all state selection, first team all district, and a Northern Indiana Conference pick, O’Cock not only left an impression through his soccer play, he excelled and represented the team, school, and community well off the field as well. O’Cock served as a coach with the Agitas Soccer Camp for four summers, and he served alongside Tiger teammates with numerous service projects for Feed My Starving Children.
O’Cock, who earned Scholar Athlete distinction with a 3.4 GPA through his first seven semesters, is undecided on a major. He will play for coach Riss Lawson and the Foresters. Huntington is a member of the NAIA and the Crossroads League.
Front Row (L-R): Sally O’Cock, Eric O’Cock, Jon O’Cock. Back Row: Jeff Hamstra (WCHS Athletics), Russ Lawson (Huntington University Soccer Coach), Sarah O’Cock (sister), James Hornaday (WCHS Assistant Coach), Frank Courtois (WCHS Head Coach).