Zach Grantham enters his first year as the goalkeeper's coach under Mark Castro's men's soccer staff.
Grantham, a 2012 graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University, brought a lot to the Wildcats in his four years as a player. He will now bring his experience and knowledge for the game as an assistant coach for the Wildcats. Grantham graduated with his bachelor's degree in Graphic Design and also uses his major to serve the IWU Athletic Department and many local businesses.
Grantham was four-year member of the Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats. He helped IWU to a NCCAA National Championship as a freshman. In his four years at IWU, Grantham scored 16 goals, had nine assists and five game winning goals. He looks to bring his experience and knowledge of the game to this year's squad.
Grantham is from Kalamazoo, Michigan where he played high school soccer for Otsego High School. Grantham played his club soccer for TKO Premier and Kalamazoo Kingdom. His mom lives in Schoolcraft, Michigan and Father in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Eventually, Grantham aspires to take his degree and work for ESPN, Nike, or Adidas.