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"
My name is Hannah Hewett, and I am a nursing major and a student athlete. I am a sophomore nursing major so I have only completed the prerequisite courses so far for nursing school until I actually begin clinicals in my junior year. But already I have had to face the challenge of balancing college […]Read more "I am a Nursing Major and an Athlete"
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"
I transferred. That has been one of the best things for me because it has pushed me. Out of my comfort zone. Out of familiarity. It has pushed me to embrace change. And surprises. I was pretty good at sticking to what I knew. Staying close to whom I knew. But it wasn’t really living. […]Read more "A Transfer Story: Summer Senn"
When I first starting to think about college I was not really sure whether I wanted to play soccer or not. After thinking about it more, I decided I wanted to continue my soccer career at the next level. I knew I wanted a small, Christian school but I was looking to stay close to […]Read more "Why I chose Union: Jordan Alexander"
I have lived in Colorado all my life, so moving to a small town in Tennessee to attend and play soccer for Union University was a big jump. Even though I knew Union was the right fit for me when I arrived in August for preseason, I did not really know what to expect. I […]Read more "Expectation vs. Reality: Emily Mueller"
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"