Lehigh University's Trevor Koski is 2019 BFF Male of the Year!

Big congrats to Trevor Koski on becoming the 2019 Bethlehem Futbol Factory Male of the year! We’ve been doing the site long enough now where we can actually see players transition from high school to college and in 2019 Trevor did not let us down! He graduated Liberty in 2017 and then committed to Lehigh’s program to play for his father Dean Koski. He started seeing the field regularly his sophomore season and then as a junior last season he took over as one of the team’s leaders. Trevor started at midfield 20 of 21 games this year. He led the team in assists (5) and was second in goals (5). These were not cheapies either. It really seemed like Trevor was right in the middle of every big play this year. There were plenty of big plays too as Lehigh took home the Patriot league for the 3rd time in school history. This was a massive accomplishment. Koski scored the winner in the semis and assisted on the winner in the finals against Lafayette in the most exciting game I have witnessed in person since starting this website.

Below is his Lehigh bio which is a nice overview of his accomplishments:


Its been a real treat to have the luxury of watching Trevor grow as a player and person these last few seasons. He has truly become a force at a very successful D1 program and the sky is the limit moving forward! Once again congrats on a very special 2019. We are looking forward to more in 2020 and beyond. Great luck.

* #bffboys2men a list of Bethlehem high school players that have stayed in Bethlehem to continue their soccer careers can be found here: