Playing without key contributors can make it extremely difficult for an athletic team to progress.
Multiple injuries to members of the West Virginia women’s soccer team have forced the Mountaineers to play many inexperienced players this spring season.
But the absence of impact players such as Caroline Szwed, Bri Rodriguez and Katie Lenz may have been exactly what the Mountaineers needed to prepare for next season.
With the departure of six seniors, including go-to scorer Blake Miller, it was essential for head coach Nikki Izzo-Brown to find her new offensive sparks before the fall.
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