Congratulations to Weston Sprinkel, who has committed to play college soccer at Manchester University in Indiana. Weston is currently a senior at Hamilton High School and started playing soccer for PSUnited when He was 9 years old. He was asked to play in goal on his U11 team, fell in love with the position and has been a Goalkeeper ever since. “I love the adrenaline rush of the position! It can be very demanding both physically and mentally” he said.
His favorite PSUnited memory is when his team won the State Presidents Cup to move on to regionals in Kansas City. “I love the game of soccer. It not only has helped me learn life lessons of commitment, mental toughness, teamwork, self-discipline and goal setting but helped me develop character.”
Weston plays on the 18U Premier team and is part of the I-Mentor program for PSUnited, helping support, inspire and develop skills of club players. “I want to thank all my PSUnited coaches throughout the years but especially Coach Brian Schmidt who has been a great mentor always motivating, pushing my skills, my soccer knowledge, and supporting me.” Weston’s advice to younger players is to push yourself to improve every practice and remember how you train is how you will perform. He is excited to start his college soccer career.