Inland Valley Daily Bulletin — Professional athletes are not the only ones who have a hard time leaving their competitive days behind. It can be equally as difficult for collegiate athletes.
Priscilla Collings, a former volleyball standout at Cal State San Bernardino, and Sarah Semenero, a former basketball star at Cal Poly Pomona, are enjoying one last shot in the competitive spotlight. Both women exhausted their eligibility in a sport where they helped their respective teams to national prominence, and both are now playing for their respective school’s soccer team.
Collings has emerged as one of the top goalkeepers in the CCAA with a conference-best save percentage of .889 and a 0.57 goals-against average that ranks second. She has given up three goals, and one of those came on a penalty kick.
The article, which was published Oct. 1, 2012, also appeared in The Sun.
Read the complete article at “Cal State San Bernardino’s Collings & Cal Poly Pomona’s Semenero turn to soccer.”
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