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Celebrating SHC Senior Women Soccer Superstars

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Spring Hill College commemorated the Women’s Soccer Team senior players’ dedication to their school and sport at the senior day soccer game on Oct. 23.

The game against Delta State University marked the soccer team’s final game of the season. Many students and alumni were present to show their support. Parents from around the country were among them as well. They all wished to join their daughters on the field for senior day.

Dawn Reeves, mother of senior Carson Reeves, traveled from Birmingham, Alabama to support her daughter. “It’s been an absolute honor to have had a front row seat to all of her successes,” she said, “For the past four years, Carson’s positive attitude and her commitment to the women’s soccer team has never wavered. Regardless if they are winning or losing, she would choose Spring Hill College all over again.”

Supporters waved posters in support of the senior players. Grandparents, families and friends cheered from the sidelines. Everyone watched the field as the badgers rivaled their opponents in the close game. The final score was 0-1 with Delta State winning the game.

Head coach Samantha Thomsit reflected on her last game with this years’ seniors. “I was feeling very proud of them,” Thomsit said, “They are highly devoted to not only the team but everything Spring Hill stands for.”

The game’s conclusion was accompanied with embraces between teammates and relatives both on and off the field. Tearful parents stood back and watched as the girls huddled together one last time as a team.

“It means everything to be here today, absolutely everything,” said Brett Linss, father of senior goalie Hannah Linss, “She’s a fighter, she has always been a fighter.”

The soccer team’s senior day was held during the Homecoming on the Hill event. For more information about upcoming Spring Hill College events, visit Academic Calendar.

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