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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Emma Kruse
Kruse only played for two seasons in high school and enjoyed it immensely, but figured she'd close that chapter of her life. Soccer, it turns out, wasn't quite ready to let her go.
"The thought of playing college soccer never really crossed my mind when I was in high school," said Kruse, 20, a Woodbridge native. "I never played club soccer as a kid and I only played for two years in high school. So playing college soccer was never really in my sights."
"Their goalkeeper at the time was from California and she really wanted to go home ... so she quit the team," Kruse said. "They were looking for a goalkeeper so Maren told the coach about me and then told me to email her if I was interested."