Alton, NH - Revolution United is pleased to announce Gabby Clark will continue her education and soccer career at NHTI in Concord, NH. She will be studying Children's Physiology in the Liberal Arts Program.
"I'm so excited to continue playing soccer with Coach Heidi Crocket and joining their team," Clark said. "One thing I am most looking forward to is the appreciation, respect and acceptance from the coach and the teammates. This is something I have had while with the Revs," she continued.
"Gabby has always been a big part of our Revs family. I have truly enjoyed watching her grow as not only an athlete but as a young adult on and off the field. Her dedication to her Revs team and commitment to be a positive role model during games is something many young players have been able to look up to for years," said Cory Halvorsen, Director of Coaching for Revolution United.
"One thing I have learned from playing with the Revs is that I won't always play the position I want to play and I learned to not do what I think is best for me, but what is best for the dynamic of the team," she said continued, "Upcoming players; be you and be confident and don't let change scare you. Go out of your comfort zone because that is where you will thrive and shine."
Gabby has held many roles within the Revolution United organization and participated in many teams over the years both on the girls and boys side. This season, the Revs were going to hold our first ever "senior games" to honor the seniors for their accomplishments over the years. Unfortunately, as of today the spring competitive season has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Our hope is that Gabby, along with the rest of the seniors will be able to get their last season on the pitch with their Revs family.
Congrats Gabby on your next steps!
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