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Col. City’s Wilz signs with Indiana Tech

March 2, 2012

Post and Mail photo / James Thomlison
Columbia City senior Nathan Wilz signed his letter of intent to play soccer at Indiana Tech Thursday. From left, Head Coach David Bokhart, father Joe Wilz and mother Kris Wilz.

COLUMBIA CITY — Head Coach of the Indiana Tech Soccer Team David Bokhart has a relatively experienced team coming back for another year on the field in 2012.

As with all collegiate athletics however, turnover is a way of life. Bokhart was at Columbia City High School to help with that turnover.

Senior Nathan Wilz signed his letter of intent Thursday with Bokhart, his parents Joe and Kris Wilz, and Athletic Director Geoff Penrod.

The newest Warrior said in addition to the soccer program, his decision to attend Indiana Tech was primarily on academics – more specifically – criminal justice.

“They’re one of the few schools in the state that has the administrative degree in criminal justice. That was something I was interested in getting into,” said Nathan.

Though Nathan has yet to see action on the Warrior Athletic Center field, he is excited to get his game going again.

“Once things get warmed up, I can’t wait to get back out there,” Nathan said.
Bokhart said the school has maintained regular contact with Nathan for most of the school year, and looks forward to getting the sportsman integrated into the team.

“We’ve worked with a lot of students from Columbia City in the past. I’m real excited to continue that, specifically with Nathan. I feel he’ll do real well.”

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