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Senda Ambassador “Tony Salciccia:” From College Soccer Star, to going Pro

Meet Tony Salciccia, our newest  Senda Athletics ambassador, and former  UC Berkeley captain. He is an amazing player and person working to become a pro player who will share his training regime as he trains for try-outs in December 2013-January 2014. Here is his first blog post! http://192.185.51.25/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Screen-Shot-2013-11-19-at-6.29.19-PM.png I am a passionate person, when it comes to soccer and being apart of a program like CAL. The UC Berkeley soccer program has a tremendous history with a great family-like culture. I live, love, and work for the team. I studied the program before coming in as a freshman an even more so as I grew up a bear my self. Knowing a lot of the former players and team captains paved the way for me to become a team captain my self junior and senior years. Team captain is a great honor and fun task, pushing the team forward. http://192.185.51.25/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Screen-Shot-2013-11-19-at-6.29.02-PM.png What I miss most about college soccer are the training sessions early morning at our practice field up this hill on Dwight aka Golden Bear. Just to know the great players who trained there before you brings a certain boost to your energy levels. Waking up in the morning happy was easy knowing a training session was minutes away. Golden Bear was a place for me to get away from the real world and into my soccer heaven and go about working on team and self improvement. I stay in contact with the guys who moved on and made the transition into the MLS. Some of the insight I get is to stay persistent and be ready for a opportunities when they come. It is going to take hard work and being a good person. http://192.185.51.25/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Soccer-pics-for-senda-blog12.JPG-EDITED-1024x726.jpg Leave a comment

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