The Sterling College women’s soccer team, while 0-5, continues to persevere on the field in an attempt to gain their first win.
Over the course of this soccer season, the women’s soccer team has yet to win their first game but morale still remains high among the team as they train to pursue a win.
“Our season is quite controversial. We have yet to win a game. But the score doesn’t ever match the effort and the determination the girls show out on the field,” freshman Shaylee Gibbs said. “Every day I see my teammates train for hours to better themselves and make the team stronger. It will only take time before this team shoots forward and grasps a win.”
This was a unique season for the soccer team since the soccer season normally begins in the spring, the girls had to adjust to the new circumstances as a result of COVID.
These circumstances, while unique, have yet to drain the morale of the players who stick together like family.
“I really love the culture of my team this season, everyone is family and I enjoy spending time with them,” Senior Ciera Britain said “I appreciate the relationship I made, I’ll have soccer sisters and memories with them forever. I also appreciate the coaches that invested in me not only as a player but as a person.”
The Lady Warriors played Avila University Saturday, Oct. 31. Results were not available at the time of publication.
Sterling will play Bethany College at home on Saturday, Nov. 7 at 1 p.m.