GOSHEN, Ind. - Another round of Maple Leaf Student-Athlete Blogs has been posted. See what student-athletes Samantha Weaver, Alia Munley, Jake Smucker, Brian Charles, Jacob Gunderkline, Andrew Witkowski, Audrey Thill, Hannah Barg, Lexi Kantz, Megan Strock, and Caleb Longenecker have to say about what is happening with their teams.
Read an excert from the latest version of each blog and then click on the links to continue reading. We invite your feedback, comments, and suggestions for our bloggers as well. Just click the comments section on the blog of your choice.
@GC_WSoccer: Step In The Right Direction
"Personally, the two of us feel that we are overall a more competitive team this season, and don't think it will be long until we can translate that into wins. We've also noticed more fans at our games, which is awesome. We love hearing support from the stands- it just makes playing more fun sometimes." READ MORE
#GoshenGolf: Building Experience
"We have played in all sorts of tournaments: far away and nearby; fair weather and foul weather; together as a team and shorthanded; and we have all had our off days and on days. It is important for us to learn how to deal with all of those issues out on the course." READ MORE
@GC_Volleyball: Megan Strock
"I have grown mentally, physically and spiritually as a volleyball player. I am more mentally tough and I recover mentally better. If I make a mistake, I have learned to shake it off and move on because volleyball is a fast pace game and my team needs me mentally 100% of the time." READ MORE
#GCXCMen: Doug Yoder Interview
"Seeing athletes reach their full potential is the greatest thing in the world. Not only physically, but also academically." READ MORE
#GCXCWomen: Mental Equipment
"What I love most about cross country is that even though it's essentially very individual, the team atmosphere is one of the most supportive communities I've experienced." READ MORE
@GC_MSoccer: Leaf Life
"This week I asked a few guys on the team a couple questions about life. Some took it to heart the others just had fun with it. Here's what we had to say:" READ MORE