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Christian Volesky

November 18, 2011 | 7:06 pm No comments
By Chelsie Gamino

Freshman foward Christian Volesky, right, with the ball during the College of Charleston match on Sept. 18, 2011 @ CIBER Field.

The University of Denver’s men’s soccer team finished the season with, (5-3-11).

Freshman forward Christian Volesky had an extremely successful season with, six goals and one assist.

He made a total of 32 shots and 16 of those shots were shots on goal this season.

Volesky is a Communications major at DU and does not have a specific plan with what he is going to do with that degree at the moment.

The biggest difference between High School and College soccer is, “Season play besides the players.” Volesky said.

Volesky played a total of 762 minutes during his first year at DU.

“I’ve had a great experience.” Volesky said.

Volesky chose to go to DU because, “I love Denver and the coaching staff was great to me. They run a successful program.” Volesky said.

Volesky has been playing soccer since he was 5 and said that soccer “made me a stronger person.”

His advice for future soccer players is to, “work hard,” and, “everything comes from good work and becoming a better person and player, on and off the field.”

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