NCAA Tournament Diary: Emily Snowdon
Senior tri-captain talks about NCAA Tournament experienceNovember 12, 2010 · Emily Snowdon
Thursday, Nov. 11
Today my teammates and I had a chance to visit the Florida State campus and have a practice on the game field. Both the campus and the field are absolutely beautiful. The field has a massive NCAA painted along the sideline reiterating the fact that the team has officially made it to the national tournament. Although we only had an hour to practice, we had an opportunity to experience the size and length of the field, play a possession game, shoot on goal and take penalty kicks.
Today is when we all start to focus on the goal at hand which is to walk away with another win and in Aston's words "live to play another day." In my opinion, there is less pressure on our shoulders and we are all super excited to display our talents against another talented team. We don't know much about the type of soccer Florida State plays. All we know is that we are ready to play some fantastic soccer.
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