CHARLESTON, S.C. - The College of Charleston athletic department had a talk with women's soccer senior Lindsay Frey.
Frey, a four-year member of the team from Cincinnati, Ohio, has continually raised the standards in all aspects of the women's soccer program. Her consistent work ethic has allowed the team to take new strides over the past four years.
As a defender, Frey is the fittest player the program has ever seen. She has the ability to make an impact all over the field and is never taken out of the play.
Her energy and will to win will undoubtedly be a factor in her future success as she plans to attend anesthesia school after leaving the College with her degree in biology.
Q: What has been your most memorable experience as a student-athlete at the College of Charleston?
A: When we played Georgia last year and they were ranked very high in the country. They had a full crowd in their stands and it made for a great environment. Even though we didn't win, we came really close and gave them a great game.
Q: What is your favorite thing about the College?
A: My favorite thing about the College is the city of Charleston because it is a great place to live and learn all in one. There is truly something for everyone no matter what their interests are. It is just a great place to be.
Q: What is your favorite thing about playing soccer for the Cougars?
A: The best thing about playing soccer for CofC is definitely the girls on the team. It is like having twenty best friends around me to always hang out with and who I can talk to about anything. I'm definitely going to miss seeing them every day.
Q: How has playing soccer added to your overall college experience?
A: Soccer has added a lot of structure to my schedule. It has kept me on track and made me prioritize my time. It has helped me grow as a person and be more responsible and has been a great overall learning experience.