Women’s soccer begins comeback season

Kelly Woodyard
Contributing Writer

Senior captain Sydney Frillman strategizes how to make her way around Westminster’s defense, in pursuit to score Webster a goal. The team has played a total of nine games. Photo by Kelly Woodyard.

Post brief hiatus with the entirety of its season getting cut last year due to the pandemic, women’s soccer has resumed and is back in full swing for this year.

So far, the team’s record is two wins and seven losses. The team has had a few close games this season, one being against Nerinx Hall, a historically rival team, ending 2-3 with Webster falling short by just one goal. The game previous to that was a win against Oakville, the score being 1-2.

Seniors Sydney Frillman and Shelby Schwieterman are captains for the soccer team. Both players discussed how they feel the team is doing this season.

“I think the team is getting all organized. We have a lot of talented players that are learning how to work together in a new program and with a new playing style, so while it’s hard, we all have gotten really close,” Frillman said.

“We’re doing really great overall, every game we seem to look better and better and the team environment is better than it has ever been before. Everyone is excited to be there everyday and the effort is consistent. I think we have good things in our future,” Schwieterman said.

The next upcoming game for the women’s soccer team is April 26, against Fox High School at 6 p.m.

Kelly Woodyard – Staff Writer

This will be Kelly Woodyard’s first year on ECHO staff, but she made several contributions while taking journalism class her senior year.

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