Senior soccer captain pens message to sport, teammates

Dear Soccer,

Thank you for giving me almost every opportunity I’ve ever had in my life. From traveling the world, to meeting so many different people, what more could I ask for? I have always loved being part of the team even if I was a bench warmer or the starting captain. The love for the game was always there. 

I was blessed with the opportunity to be able to lead this Virginia Wesleyan team for three years and it taught me more than just about soccer. This role taught me so much about life, leadership and just the type of person that I want to be in the future. 

Grace McGhee | Marlin Chronicle
Camryn Terry leads team to a 1-0 victory and ODAC championship title.

I am thankful for my teammates because without them none of what we did this year would have been possible. Going to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament was just gravy. The real work we did showed in our regular season. We fought in every single match this season, there were no gimme games, and that just made the victories even more sweet. We were seeded first in conference and won the conference tournament, honestly even though it was almost a month ago it still does not feel real. Virginia Wesleyan is finally on the map. 

To the seniors who walked on this journey with me, thank you for all the support, advice and friendship you guys have given me. I would not have been able to do this without you guys by my side. Thank you soccer for adding so much to my life. 


Signing out,
Camryn Terry #17