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Lacrosse and Nursing


Replies to: Lacrosse and Nursing

  • MagnetronMagnetron Registered User Posts: 2,589 Senior Member
    My wife was a highly recruited soccer prospect 30 years ago. Because she wanted to go into nursing and it would have been impossible for her to play soccer and graduate in four years, she told her coaches she was done with soccer after high school.

    She later found out that a number of nurses had played D1 sports and graduated in five years. If she had to do it over again she would have chosen that option. Would that still be within budget?

    I went through three rosters: Penn, no nursing majors, Johns Hopkins, no nursing majors, Marquette, ONE! HUZZAH! I think the best idea is to call coaches at target colleges and discuss it.
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