HORU December 21, 2015

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(2/3) "Through college soccer, one thing that I've learned is to not let people tell you that you 'can't.' When I was starting the whole recruiting process, I would have been satisfied playing club soccer at a D3 school. But I came to this school four years ago and every year that I've been here, my expectations have been exceeded. At the start, Rutgers was a team in The Big East, and I thought that was as good as it was going to get. But we changed conferences and to be in The Big Ten, I never would've thought I'd be at this level playing soccer. When you get to play at the D1 soccer level, it's not easy. And you can't fake it if you're not working hard. Putting in all the hours and defying those that said I can't has gotten me, and has gotten us, to this point where our program has made history."


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