Snow College Soccer Season

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The soccer season has just started, and these last two weeks have been very busy for both Men’s and Women’s teams. The first matches were played, the results of which have shown the strengths and weaknesses of both teams that will determine future rankings, especially in terms of work and preparation, for the challenges that await them.
Last week, the Women’s Soccer team achieved a double victory at both games played locally (6-0 against Truckee Meadows Community College and 1-0 against Salt Lake Community College). Likewise, the Men’s Soccer team, although they did not manage to defeat Salt Lake Community College (whose final game score was 3-5 after 90 minutes of intense game play), has secured a victory against Truckee Meadows Community College (1-0 respectively).
The next matches will be at home for the Badgers, in which both teams will play against the College of Southern Nevada. The game will take place on April 17 at 11 a.m. for the women’s team and at 1 p.m. for the men’s team. Subsequently, both teams will be traveling to Rangely, Colorado to face Colorado Northwestern Community College on April 22 at 1 p.m. for the women’s team and 3 pm for the men’s team.
At the beginning of the season, the captains of both teams seek to put their goals into practice and make them possible through teamwork and perseverance in the face of all the new challenges that await them. This season, the teams’ number one goal is to be able to successfully reach the national tournament and give their full potential and effort to give a great performance. Abby Transtrum, captain of the women’s soccer team, has said, “We are currently working on being able to finish our opportunities in front of the goal. We have gotten a shutout in every game so far.”
On the other hand, Kenshin Uneo, captain of the men’s team said that “in order to win all games, we should have more spirit than others. My true goal is to contribute to the team and go to nationals as a team.”

Ben Deontae repossessing the ball to score. Photo courtesy of Jenna Prestwich.

My name is Ailin Vilches and I am from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Future journalist and graduate in international relations, I seek to make a difference in our society and provide the possibility for all people to be heard because I believe in information and knowledge as sources of power, awareness and change within our world.

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