Zach Hill
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    Zach Hill

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Rollinsford, NH

    High School:
    Somersworth

    Height / Weight:
    6-0 / 155

    Position:
    Forward

    Major:
    Foreign Area Studies

    2013 (Sophomore) Appeared in five games ... attempted one shot.

    2012 (Freshman)
    Did not appear in a varsity match.

    Before Air Force
    ODP: Played for the New Hampshire Olympic Development Program for four years ... coach was Tom Johnson.

    Club: Played for Seacoast United Soccer Club for four years ... coach was Dave DeCew.

    High School: Four-year letterwinner in soccer ... also played basketball and ran track ... first-team all-state selection for soccer as a senior ... team MVP as a sophomore and senior ... team captain for soccer and track ... second-team all-state as a junior ... member of National Technical Honors Society and NHIAA scholar athlete ... high school soccer coach was Matthew Carrington.

    Personal
    Parents are Michael and Cynthia Hill ... has one sister, Rachel, and one brother, Jake ... his father is a 1980 graduate and played soccer at USAFA ... nephew of USAFA head coach Doug Hill ... completed Operation Air Force at Vandenberg AFB, Calif., this past summer ... active in his squadron as an element leader ... also worked the Expeditionary Skills and Evasion Training (ESET) ... would like to own his own engineering firm in the future ... also recruited by Army and St. Lawrence ... hobbies include snowboarding, hiking and kayaking ... favorite food is beef florentine ... plays "Liquified " by Gramatik on his I-pod prior to games ... favorite movie is Transformers ... reality TV show he would choose to be on is Get Out Alive ... person in history he would most like to meet is Bear Grylls ... greatest moment in sports was scoring the game-winning goal in the State Cup finals ... credits his father with the biggest influence on his sports career ... favorite professional soccer team is Chelsea ... favorite player is Christiano Ronaldo ... member of cadet squadron 37.

    Inside Men's Soccer