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Norwich’s Jace Gosch – Student Of The Month Presented By Advanced Physical Therapy

By Matt Browning

Jace Gosch of Norwich was chosen as the Advanced Physical Therapy Athlete of the Month for November. Gosch was a first
team all-league selection last season for
the Eagles.

There are numerous goals Gosch wants to accomplish this season for not only himself, but his team, too.

“My expectations for myself this season is to improve as a scorer and a vocal leader,” Gosch said. “I would like to get to that 1,000-point mark. As a team my goal is to win state. Last year we made it to state for the first time since 1994, but this year I want to do something that’s never been done before for Norwich men’s basketball, win state.”

Gosch averaged 13 points and seven rebounds last season, but he wants to become even more consistent this season.

“One area of my game I want to improve on is my consistency,” Gosch said. “Last year I either had a really good game or a bad game, I want to do away with the
bad games.”

While Gosch and other players return for Norwich, there are still plenty of newcomers who will be varsity players this season. Gosch said they spent a significant portion of the offseason trying to build chemistry.

“This offseason we played in the 1A/2A tournament, and we went to the Oklahoma State basketball team camp,” Gosch said. “These tournaments allowed some new guys to get on the court and myself and the other returning players to get some experience playing with them.” 

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