Sabrina Morrison is a senior exercise science major. She has been playing soccer since she was three years old. When her senior season ended in the fall, she missed the fun and family environment that being on a team offered.
When her last soccer season ended, she decided to play lacrosse.
“When I showed up on the first day of lacrosse, we instantly bonded,” said Morrison. “In soccer, we always talked about being a family, but lacrosse is also a family, and I can see that the coaches and players want to have fun.”
Along with the fun and family that lacrosse offers, Morrison also appreciates the challenges that come with a new sport like lacrosse. She finds great joy in overcoming those challenges alongside her teammates.
However, in order to overcome those challenges, a high level of energy is needed.
Before every lacrosse game, Morrison listens to a high-energy playlist, whereas before every soccer game, her ritual was to listen to “The Show Must Go On” by Queen.
While Morrison’s experience as a student-athlete has greatly impacted her during her time at AU, she claims that it will follow her through life after college.
She claims that along with improving her time-management skills, she has also learned that trying her best and controlling what she can control has been essential in her time at AU.
Morrison has been accepted into the University of Indianapolis’ Krannert School of Physical Therapy, which is where she will spend the next three years furthering her education and doing what she loves to do: helping people and glorifying God.