Eddie Gauss Obituary, Eddie Gauss Has Passed Away

Eddie Gauss Obituary, Eddie Gauss Has Passed Away

Eddie Gauss Obituary, Death Cause – Eddie Gauss was one of the finest soccer players the GAK has ever produced, and the GAK is deeply saddened to learn that he has gone away and will be inducted into the GAK Hall of Fame. When he was eight years old, he started playing baseball for the GAK on the GAK Little League team. After a few years, he moved on to what was known as the “little bigger league,” then played for the GAK Juniors, and finally played for the GAK Men’s team. Over the course of thirty years, this individual was a member of the GAK soccer family.

In addition to being chosen as the player of the year by the Trenton Times. During his time at the University of Maryland, he was a four-year starter on the football team and served as captain during his junior and senior years of college. In the course of the professional draft held by the ASL (American Soccer League), the Pennsylvania Keystoners chose him to join their team. His first season with the Keystoners saw them advance all the way to the American Sports League championship game, where they were ultimately defeated by the Jacksonsville Teamen.

Over the course of his career, which spanned more than 30 years, he was a member of men’s teams that won a number of state and regional titles, the majority of which were earned under the leadership of the great coach Joe Schoen. During his time at Steinert High School, he was a member of the school’s championship-winning squad from 1977, which at the time held the top spot in the country. When he was a senior at Steinert, he scored 28 goals, which was more than everyone else in Mercer County. He was also recognized as a high school all American player and an all state player.

Author: James Lucas