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Max Kroschwitz
Max  Kroschwitz

Graduate Student

Pipersville, Pa.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170


A proven goal-scorer with a knack for making runs off the ball ... Has a great appreciation for the core values of the Villanova program and brings an improved fitness level to his second year as a Wildcat.


A knee injury suffered in preseason training caused him to miss all of the season. He received a medical redshirt ... Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic team.


Ranked third on the Wildcats in goals (four) and points (12) ... Helped spark a 3-0 win at Albany in the season opener (Aug. 28) with a goal and an assist ... Also tallied a goal and an assist in the home opening win over Drexel three days later ... Missed three BIG EAST games in October due to injury but returned to score goals in an Oct. 28 win at St. John's and a 3-2 win at Seton Hall in the regular season finale in New Jersey on Nov. 5.


Delivered a strong campaign in his second season as a Wildcat .... Ended the year with 13 points, including five goals and three assists ... The first of those goals came in the 85th minute of a 3-1 win over St. Peter's on Sept. 14 at the Higgins Soccer Complex ... Scored the game's only goal on a penalty kick in a 1-0 overtime victory at Lehigh ... Tallied his first postseason goal on Nov. 11 in a 2-1 loss at Providence in the BIG EAST opening round.


Drew four starting assignments in his 13 appearances ... Contributed two goals and an assist ... Produced 11 shots ... Came up with his first career point assisting on an Adetomiwa Adewole goal at Monmouth on Sept. 11 ... Scored both goals in the Wildcats' 2-1 victory over Philly Soccer Six rival Penn on Sept. 24 ... Named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll on Sept. 30.


Played club soccer for PDA U18 Development Academy and Philadelphia Union U18 Academy ... Tallied 13 goals in 2011 for the PDA U18 squad ... Paced the Philadelphia Union U18 Academy in goals scored in 2012 ... Did not play high school soccer as a senior at Palisades High School due to the new 10 month format of the USSF Academy season so he tried out to become the kicker on the football team. He won the kicker's job for the Palisades High School squad and earned all-area honors for his efforts.