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Hi! My name is Maddy Ehrhardt and I am currently a rising freshman. I love to sing, spend time with friends and family, dive and of course play soccer! If you see this, I would love to talk to you, so please call me! I look forward to the possibility of playing in college!
I want to be recruited to play soccer in college because I want to further my soccer career. I would love to get the chance to prove myself at the collegiate level. I have wanted to play collegiate soccer since I started playing club, and that has not changed nor will it ever. I would love to get the experience to become a student athlete, and am looking forward to the possibilities.
I was captain of my club soccer team this past season, and I try to be a leader for all on my team. I strive to be that person that people look up to, and I want to continue that in college, and in life. At school, I volunteer 1 bell each week to go into the Special Ed classroom and help the kids and play with them. They look up to be as an example for how to act, and I am very proud of that, as they are very special children.
I have a meal plan that my club has prepared for us, so I eat very healthy. I love working out, especially riding bikes or running with my mom. I spend lots of my free time working on my touches in my back yard and doing lots of strength training. I love a good challenge and i know college training will provide that for me.
I currently and involved in the National Beta Society at my Junior High, so service hours are appreciated. I have a brother with down syndrome, so I often volunteer at his sports events (baseball,soccer,basketball,etc). I have also volunteered at Matthew 25 ministries, The Buddy Walk and The Butterfly Walk for several years now. These efforts are important to me because I love helping people in need, it really makes me happy and makes me feel unselfish. I love helping my brother and other kids with special needs because I love seeing them so happy. I would love to go into special education because of these experiences.
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