Onalaska Soccer looks to senior leadership to help in year after pandemic
Many soccer teams in our area find themselves looking for leadership after losing classes to the Pandemic, but Onalaska soccer feels ahead of the game.
The team is returning 8 seniors, all who have played varsity at some level.
Those 8 players were a part of a 2019 team that lost 2-1 in a sectional final.
And if they want to make it back to sectionals that senior class is going to have to lead the younger generation in this condensed schedule.
“They’re going to give us the expectations and show the ladies what we expect as a coaching staff, how to handle themselves, and continue to show what we expect in this program,” said Coach Tyler Ludeking.
“We have a lot of new players coming in, a lot of sophomores that we didn’t get to meet last year, and we’re impressed with all the talent that we’ve seen so far and we’re excited for this season,” said Emma Kujawa, Senior Goalkeeper.
Their season starts May 4th against Logan.
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