Quiet Confidence: Molly Drooger puts her best foot forward

I haven’t posted since the summer for a number of reasons. First, I’m back at school, which means my time for recreational writing is limited. Second, I never want to post something that wastes your time. Third, I’m interning with Taylor University‘s marketing department, so my writing muscles are focused on specific projects. Over the course of the semester, I’ve written a number of feature articles, among other things. Two of these articles have been slated for the spring edition of the alumni magazine. The third was just posted to Taylor’s web site.

Here’s a preview:

Molly Drooger

Quiet Confidence: Molly Drooger puts her best foot forward

After a roller coaster season of injuries, recoveries and hard work, Taylor Women’s Soccer season ended Saturday, November 9, the Trojans falling 1-0 to Spring Arbor and bringing four athletes’ Taylor careers to a close.

Two days later, with most of the team still enjoying their break from practice, senior forward Molly Drooger hit the gym. Grabbing weights and laying claim to an exercise mat, the Taylor record setter—a Crossroads League Offensive Player of the Year, First-Team All-Crossroads League selection and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention, all in 2012—proved true Head Coach Scott Stan’s words:

“She doesn’t want to be mediocre at any point in her life.”

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Published by meredithsell

Freelance writer and editor. Nerding out over health & fitness, women's history, and untold stories.

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