McCho-Nji Jr., a left outside midfielder and striker for the Vikings, originally grew up in Cameroon. In 2015, he helped his team to an overall record of 12-1-1. They would be named conference champions and finish second in the sectionals.
McCho-Nji Jr., tallied seven goals and added five assists for 19 points during his senior year. For his efforts, he would be named to the Baltimore County All-Star team.
Along with soccer, McCho-Nji Jr., was the starting point guard on the Vikings varsity basketball team. The team would finish 12-9-0 this past season. McCho-Nji Jr., looks to try out for the men's basketball team at Hagerstown Community College as well.
While at HCC, McCho-Nji Jr. will pair up with high school teammates, Benny Brankoff and Jaime Quansah. The trio, joins West Virginia recruits Josh Fitzwater and Ricardo Merino. The Hawks have also received commitments from Montgomery County players, Azaria Honsou and Angel Osegueda, along with Frederick residents Javier Posadas and Fredy Barerra. Andrew Owens, from Washington County rounds out the 2016 class.
"While Asongwe only participated his senior year, he has experience going back to his childhood in Cameroon," quoted head coach Brandon Rethemeyer. "He's a hard working player that plays with exceptional passion. We look forward to him bringing his positive training habits to our program."