The unlikely success story of the oldest member of the US National Team.
December 1, 2020 by Tim Schoch in Profile with 0 comments
There is a narrative we expect our stars to follow. It’s one we’ve seen countless times before. Their careers start in the nurtured womb of one of the historically dominant high school scenes or they find the sport playing at one of the blueblood college programs. Maybe they go through both. Progressing from their local YCC programs to their club programs with WJUC and Callahan nominations along the way, they cement themselves as fixtures of the club division. Then their path culminates neatly with club championships and a selection to represent their country at the senior level.
Emily Smith-Wilson’s path to stardom and to the US National Team for WUGC 20201 is quite a different one. Her ultimate trophy case is still packed, but her story is one of growth and of an immense amount of life lived.
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