February 2022

 

Q: What is your favorite thing about Rush Soccer? 
A: My favorite thing about Rush soccer is being part of a hardworking, driven, passionate team and learning the game of soccer from great coaches.  

Q: What is your favorite memory since joining Rush Soccer? 
A: My favorite memory since joining  Rush Soccer is running off the field and hugging my dad after we won the D1 Championship last Spring.    

Q: What Core Value do you like the most and why?
A: The Core Value that I like the most is Tenacity.  My team and I learned early on to work hard from the opening whistle to the last whistle in both games and practices. When I give my best effort in games and never give up, the final score has less impact on my feelings after the game.   Giving great effort produces great advantages.

 

"Lou is a very hard-working player who continues to excel due to her positive work ethic during training.  Additionally, she works on these skills at home and applies them in the games.  She is a very coachable player and I am excited to watch her continued growth in the game.  Congratulations to Lou Lally for being named Missouri Rush Player of the Month." ~ Geoff Lorimier (Girls DOC 7v7)

 


   

 

   

 

 

Q: What is your favorite thing about Rush Soccer? 

A: Knowing all the coaches and being asked to join training sessions that aren’t mine when I’m at the field for my sister’s practices.  All the coaches are really nice to me.

Q: What is your favorite memory since joining Rush Soccer? 

A: Winning the Show-Me Showdown tournament in overtime PK’s with my goal

Q: What Core Value do you like the most and why? 

A: Passion & tenacity- tenacity because I like to train hard to help my team win games and passion because I want to play professional soccer when I’m older.

 

 

"Jackson is deserving of this achievement for the boys player of the month as he is always giving his best. He works tremendously hard in every practice and game no matter what the score is. He exemplifies the Rush core values of Leadership, Passion, and Tenacity. His Leadership on and off the field to help make the players around him better are top-notch and therefore was named Captain of the team. His passion for the game is unlike any other, always wanting to train and get extra touches on the ball, and never complains about training. He also trains and plays with great tenacity every moment on the pitch."  ~ Joe Wyland (boys DOC 9v9 & Junior 11v11)