Activedge would like to congratulate all three of the 2010 college graduates that have been with the Activedge team throughout their high school and collegiate soccer careers.
Morven Ross, a graduate from East Chapel Hill High School completed her soccer career at James Madison University in Virginia. She held the defense together and was the captain on the elite JMU team and graduated with a degree in Biology. Morven looks to continue her education at physical therapy school.
Christina Eckhardt, a Riverside High School graduate, has just completed her successful soccer career at Columbia University. Eckhardt, an outside midfielder, played all four years on the Columbia team and graduated from the spectacular Ivy League school with a degree in Biology. She is continuing to excel at Columbia University as she is working in a lab.
Bess Harrington, also a graduate of Riverside High School with Christina, has just finished out her soccer career at Wake Forest University. Bess scored the game winning goal for the Deacons in the round of 16 NCAA tournament to cap off a great season for the Deacons. Harrington is looking to become a personal trainer, but in the meantime, is working at Duke University.
Congratulations Morven, Christina, and Bess on completing great soccer careers at elite Division 1 programs, and thanks for making Activedge your home for training!