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About FC Torjäger
FC Torjäger is a professional soccer organization, headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama,  that provides a high level of soccer training for children in Central Alabama.  FC Torjäger has designed and implemented a total youth soccer program with academic and social standards that will develop young people into well rounded members of our community. FC Torjäger has a staff of coaches that not only bring with them a love of soccer, but also an intrinsic desire to bring the game to those who will benefit most.  Each club team is coached by a highly skilled and experienced professional coach. FC Torjäger is also committed to working closely with the recreational programs in the surrounding communities through player and coaching development.
After three years as head coach of the AUM Lady Senators soccer team, Wulf Koch was tapped by AUM Athletic Director Steve Crotz to take over the men’s program prior to the 2007 season. In two seasons as men’s soccer coach, he has led the Senators to a combined 29-10-1 record. His 2007 squad finished 17-5 overall, 8-1 in the Southern States Athletic Conference, won the NAIA Region XIII tournament championship and advanced to the Final Four of the NAIA national tournament. Koch is the fifth head coach in the 24 years of AUM men’s soccer. He took over the program after Brett Teach left AUM to lead the men’s soccer program at NCAA Division II Tusculum College. Koch spent three seasons as the head coach of the AUM women’s soccer team, posting a 48-19-3 record that included an NAIA National Tournament Sweet 16 appearance and SSAC championship in 2004. In 2005, AUM finished the season ranked 13th in the nation, the highest final ranking in the history of the women’s program. Koch now has 14 years experience coaching on the men’s side, beginning at his alma mater, the University of Maine-Fort Kent in 1991 and 1992. He then moved on to the University of Maine-Machias, where he led the men’s program for four seasons. He spent four seasons in South Dakota at National American University where he led the Mavericks to four consecutive NAIA post-season appearances, reaching the NAIA Region III semi-finals all four seasons, and advancing on to the NAIA National Tournament once. While at NAU, Koch was selected the 1998 NAIA and National Soccer Coaches Association of America Regional Coach of the Year and the 2000 NAIA Region III Sectional Coach of the Year. Koch then moved to Spring Hill College where he coached both the men’s and women’s soccer programs for two seasons before coming to AUM. Overall, Koch has recorded a 71-50-4 record in six years of coaching women’s programs. He has recorded an overall record of 140-113-12 in coaching men’s programs and was inducted into his alma mater’s sports Hall of Fame in 2007. Koch is originally from Roth, Germany, where he attended Wilhelm von Stieber Realschule. He received his bachelor’s degree in history at UM-Fort Kent in 1989 and his master’s degree in education from Springfield (Mass.) College in 1991. He also holds his teaching certification from the University of Maine at Presque Isle. Koch holds the Premier Diploma from the NSCAA and “A” and “Youth” licenses from the United States Soccer Federation.