Women’s soccer makes winning a habit
“It’s great having a record reflect what we can do. That
And with the winning streak going, the team isn’t taking any chances.
“There’s a certain way we have to sit on the bench,” said junior Caryn Viverito. “No one can sit to the left of me.”
The Mules also have a ritual that reminds them what they’re capable of if they work as a team.
“We wear these little metal links strapped to our sports bras. Individually it’s just a link. Together it’s a chain. It pulls everyone together and reminds us what we can achieve.”
Against Neumann the team achieved its third shutout. Junior Kimberly Hacker knocked in her second goal of the season in the first half. Junior Jennifer Lynch and freshman Renee Dessimone also found the back of the net in the first.
Freshmen Nicolette Miller, Meghan O’Grady and Dessimone scored for the Mules in the second half, Dessimone putting in her seventh goal in five games. Juniors Christina O’Grady and Kasey Hacker and sophomore Kimberly Schmidt had assists.
“I love the attitude and energy going on,” said Viverito. “Winning is what is keeping us winning. We have a record to keep up.”
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