Senior Goalkeeper Brooke Eveler Featured on NCAA.org for Soccer and Academic Prowess
Monday, April 30, 2012 - Indianapolis, Ind.
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Graduating from college is never an easy task. But how about earning your bachelor's degree in only three years? On top of that, how about doing it with a near perfect GPA?
That’s exactly what Wilmington University women’s soccer goalkeeper Brooke Eveler (Felton, Pa./Red Lion) is doing, receiving all but one A in every class while in school at Wilmington. That other class; she earned an A-.
Eveler will graduate from Wilmington University this spring and start working for the Philadelphia Phillies graphics and designs team fulltime. She had previously done similar work for Major League Soccer’s Philadelphia Union organization as an intern for over a year.
For her efforts on the pitch (a goalkeeper for head coach Josh Ruggiero for the past three seasons) and in the classroom, the NCAA featured Eveler on NCAA.org with the help from College of Technology’s Scott Shaw and Calvin Hill.
To view the full article online, please visit NCAA.org or click here for a direct link to Eveler’s feature.