I remember the first time my club soccer coach spoke seriously to my team about playing in college, and I realized that it was something I wanted to do. As my college search began, I realized that, for me, it was not just about finding anywhere that I could play, it was about finding the […]Read more "Senior Reflection: Diana Barajas"
If I told you every second as a Union women’s soccer player has been easy and enjoyable I would not be telling you the truth. I have been challenged in so many different ways my four years at Union and have grown so much because of it. Do not get me wrong, some of my […]Read more "Senior Reflection: Katlyn Dupree"
Knowing that my soccer career is over is still something I have not been able to really get used to. No more soccer practices in the cold, no more 6 A.M. weights, no more team meals, no more bus rides. So many of the best memories of my life were made either on the soccer […]Read more "Senior Reflection: Kelsey Wilkes"
I think reality still has not completely set in that I will never step out on the soccer field again to play in a competitive match. Soccer has been a constant in my life since I started playing when I was five years old. It has also been something I have used to identify myself. […]Read more "Senior Reflection: Sarah Hershbain"
Kayleigh Patterson reflects on her four years at UnionRead more "Senior Reflection: Kayleigh"