Monthly Archives: September 2006

One Hundred Dollars

Fellas, I just wanted to write this to you in order to emphasize how much coach’s question at the end of today’s practice, ($100 to play healthy on Saturday) really meant to me. I’ve never really had an injury that … Continue reading

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A New Era…

I remember receiving my first of the infamous Wabash recruitment postcards. Curious as to what the school was all about, I decided to investigate. I was soon informed that this small liberal arts school in Crawfordsville, IN. was an all-male … Continue reading

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And IT finally showed its face!

September 20, 2006 - DePauw University 2 – Wabash College 1- a Loss in the statistic column but a major step for our soccer program. Why do I say that?  After all, we lost, didn’t we? And against a super rival … Continue reading

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The Glories of being a Senior

The title may appear somewhat misleading given the disappointing start to the season and, in actuality, it began as a sarcastic heading to my reflections of the season; but as my thoughts began to come together, it ended up being … Continue reading

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Carpe Diem!

I just finished reading a book called "Cesar’s Way," which is about a dog trainer, Cesar Millan, and the way he reeducates dogs.  His show "The Dog’s Whisperer" airs on the National Geographic channel, every Sunday. One point that he … Continue reading

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If tomorrow comes…

A week ago last Sunday, we had the pleasure and fortune to have Rob Kehoe speaking to us about the small victories that we all should try to achieve in sport and life as well. I had met Rob a … Continue reading

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