Sunshine Band (no login) Posted Apr 6, 2011 4:33 PM
It would seem to me that K.C. is the prime example for this discussion, not an exception. She was and is the most talented player in her age group in the Country. Her dream was to attend and play hockey for the Harverd Chrimson. After High school, she was definitly talented enough as a hockey player, to play immediatly, she didnt qualify for the school, and their EXTREEM academic standards. After a year of post grad. school at Berkshire, she was still unable to gain admission into the University. T.C. was her coach for a few years. But now she will be bringing her emmense talent to another school, who you know, has to be thrilled to have her and the magnetic draw she will have to other top girls. Bottom line is , you have to prepare even harder in the classroom, than you do on the ice, if you want your dreams to become your reality. And ALLWAYS have a contingency plan.