After winning the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) last year and making it to the finals at regionals, the third baseman of SVSU’s softball team pushes to succeed this season.
Junior and Finance major Sara Moos explains her success:
“I think the rest of the season will be a grind. We are going to have to battle every day to not only get better but to succeed.”
There have been some losses on the field and on the roster; according to Moos, the team lost some big hitters since last season, but that hasn’t stopped the team from pushing back.
“We had an outstanding run in Florida, going 11-1, but we have a lot of ground to cover with conference play coming up,” she said.
Moos has a long history of stats and games since she’s been playing for 16 years, but so far this season, Moos has made 8 runs and had 17 runs batted in.
“My brother played baseball,” she said. “I wanted to be like him, so I started playing softball.”
Her career began in Northville where she played the game at Northville High School.
She then chose to continue her softball career in college.
“I continued to play at SVSU because I
knew that if I didn’t continue playing softball,
I would still finish my school here. I love SVSU
and all the opportunities it has given me.”
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