ALTON N.H. Revolution United FC is proud to announce that 5 year player Hannah Racine from Alton, NH will be taking the pitch for Coach Carly Gettler and the Nor'Easters at the University of New England in the fall of 2020!
“I’m excited to continue my soccer career with Coach Gettler and can’t wait to meet my new teammates next year - Hannah Racine
Hannah worked tirelessly at the end of her fall season attending winter showcases, having tactical sessions after high school basketball practice, spending hours on the ball at home, writing letters to college coaches, all the while playing on multiple indoor teams. Hannah put in the work and earned her spot on the UNE women’s soccer team. The entire Revolution United coaching staff is proud of Hannah and wish her the very best in her future endeavors.
"Hannah is well balanced player, a natural leader and I expect her to continue her development under Coach Gettler as an impact player that will immediately compete for starting spot." - Shane Flood, Director of Player Development - RUFC
“Hannah is an experienced player with great attributes who will contribute right away to the Nor’easters. Hannah has proven that hard work and commitment to the game will reward the players and people who compete and improve themselves on a daily basis." - Cory Halvorsen, Director of Coaching - RUFC
A message to the younger RUFC players from Hannah:
"When you hear them say that you’re not good enough or that you’ll never play in college - KEEP playing, KEEP working - be the next girl who refuses to hang up her cleats.
Hannah will be playing for the RUFC U19 Girls team in the New Hampshire soccer league this spring as well as returning to the Granite State Games along side many other RUFC soccer athletes.
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