2009: Played in all 15 games with 13 starts ... led the team with 26 goals and 35 points ... became the sixth Dartmouth player to reach 100 goals in a career and is fifth all-time with 103 scores ... his career total of 155 points which puts him seventh all-time in points ... tallied eight man-up goals to led the Big Green and was second in the Ivy League... put 89 shots towards the net and 51 were put on net, both of which were a team-high ... his average of 5.93 shots per game was 10th in the conference ... finished his career on a 10-game point streak ... during the streak, he posted nine multi-point games ... scored a season-high five goals against Bryant in the home opener on Feb. 24 in a 12-9 loss ... followed that with three goals at Vermont on Mar. 3 in a 11-9 loss ... In an 8-4 win over Providence on April 7, he tallied four goals and an assist to lead Dartmouth ... posted four points in the Ivy win over Yale on April 15 with three goals and assist ... added another four-point game at Princeton in a 14-7 loss on April 25.
2008: Finished the season tied for first on the team with 27 goals...four of his goals were gamewinners against Hartford, Presbyterian, Yale and Harvard...had a 28 game scoring streak snapped against Virginia...named Turfer Athletic New England Player of the Week after scoring four goals against Harvard.
2007: Followed a successful freshman season with an equally successful sophomore spring...Second on the team with 33 goals and 16 assists...Scored the gamewinner in a 9-8 victory over Brown and a 16-10 win at Holy Cross.
2006: Koch had a hand in all three of the Big Green's victories to begin the season and was named co-Ivy Rookie of the Week on March 6...In his first collegiate game, Koch registered two assists, including an assist on the gamewinner as Dartmouth defeated host Providence, 15-12...He added two goals in a 13-6 win over Vermont and posted two goals and an assist as the No. 18 Big Green held off No. 20 Fairfield, 14-12...Finished the season as the leading freshman scorer with 17 goals and 11 assists, good enough for fourth overall...Had points in all but three games.
Before Dartmouth: Captained lacrosse squad at Rye High School to the section and regional championships as a senior with a 12-9 record...Earned three letters in lacrosse and basketball and two in football...Named the Rye Lions Club Athlete of the Year as a senior...Was a three-time all-league selection and a two time all-section honoree in lacrosse...Earned all-league honors twice in basketball and all-section once...Off the playing field, Koch was co-president of S.U.S.T.A.I.N (Students Undertaking Services to Aid Those in Need).
Personal: Is the son of Steven and Betsy Koch...Has two brothers...Both brothers played at the collegiate level, Andy at Boston College and Mike at Lafayette, while father Steven played for Amherst.
KOCH'S CAREER STATISTICS
|2006 ||15-13 ||17 ||11 ||28 ||34 |
|2007 ||15-15 ||33 ||16 ||49 ||23 |
|2008 ||14-14 ||27 ||16 ||43 ||15 |
|2009 ||15-13 ||26 ||9 ||35 ||12 |
|Totals||59-55 || 103||52 ||155||84 |