ROCK SPRINGS – Rock Springs High School (RSHS) soccer player Kayleigh Webb announced her decision to attend Waldorf University and play soccer this coming fall.
“I wasn’t thinking of signing until a former player from Rock Springs who signed with Waldorf reached out and introduced me to this program,” Webb said.
Webb has been playing soccer for roughly nine years and she’s eager to get to work with her new team. She’s not sure what position she will serve as for the team, but she feels she fits best on the defensive side of the field.
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“The soccer program is really great. It takes a lot of work ethic and that’s what I like in a program,” Webb said.
While at RSHS, Webb helped the Tigers to the school’s first girls soccer title in 2021, which is an experience she’ll never forget.
“It was such an unreal feeling, it feels like a dream still,” Webb said.
One other special memory from her time with the Tigers was getting to play with her sister her senior year and seeing her score her first varsity goal.
“The first person we ran to was each other. I’m going to do a lot of my work up there (Waldorf) for her,” Webb said.
Earning her spot and working hard are at the top of the list for Webb when it comes to her new opportunity with Waldorf, both in the class room and out on the field.
Webb said she plans to study nursing and eventually become a traveling nurse with the goal to help people around the country in need.