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South Soccer Goes to the Next Level

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Plenty of seniors on this past season’s Varsity Soccer team at South have decided to play in the next level.  A couple of them shared what they think their college experience is going to be like.  

Josh Wood, the center mid for South’s soccer squad, is going to Azusa Pacific University in California.  He decided to go because he got a good offer and his friend Colton Smith is also playing there.

He said, “I really liked the coach and they play in a good conference.”

Wood is studying finance there and is planning on becoming a financial analyst or something in that nature.

Two South soccer players, Daniel Gunderson and Ryan DiBernardo, have decided to continue their soccer careers at the same school, Missouri S&T.  They both are going there to pursue their interests in engineering.

Gunderson, a left wing for the South varsity team, says that he will probably play left or right back on his college team.  He is majoring in computer science or engineering because of his interest in programming and building computers.

DiBernardo, South’s starting right mid, is planning on majoring in chemical engineering because he really enjoys chemistry and doing labs.

He says he wants to go to Missouri S&T because, “it’s a great engineering school, it’s close to home, and I get to play with Danny.”

Each is excited to go play soccer at the next level and continue their education in college after graduating from South in May.