Pregame introductions have taken on an entirely new meaning for the men’s soccer team at Chesapeake College this season.
Only two sophomores return from a squad that went 5-10 last year.
“It’s a brand-new team,” said Chesapeake’s first-year coach Tony Lhotsky, who replaces Michael Kozlowski. “Twelve of the guys we have on the roster are freshmen. And we have three more freshmen joining the team soon.”
The 45-year-old Lhotsky said a roster crowded with youth is a positive.
It enables him to mold the Skipjacks into a team that can play his style.