Girls Varsity Soccer · Roberts Signs NLI with IU-Kokomo

3-year letter winner and Academic All-NCC soccer forward, Bryn Roberts, recently signed her National Letter of Intent (NLI) to play collegiately at IU-Kokomo!  Bryn has been a multi-sport athlete here at McCutcheon that has helped form a championship culture in the girls’ soccer program.  Along with dominating on the soccer pitch, Bryn has also dominated her studies in the classroom, carrying a cumulative 3.50 GPA!

Bryn signs her NLI with IU Kokomo as her family proudly watches on!

We recently caught up with Ms. Roberts to ask her a few questions about her big signing day:

Tell us about the immediate feelings you experienced after receiving your offer to play at IU-Kokomo?

Roberts:  Immediately after I saw that they offered me a spot I ran out of my room and yelled to my Mom because I was so happy!

Outside of your immediate family, who was the person you were most excited about calling/texting after you learned about your offer?

Roberts:  My boyfriend came over right when I heard so he was excited for me too!  He was with me when I called the coach to accept the offer.

What would you like to study while at IU-Kokomo?

Roberts:  I am planning on studying sociology or communications.

To the younger student-athletes in our area:  What advice would you give them on how to succeed in academics, school, family, sports, work, etc?

Roberts:  Advice for the younger students, if you want something, you just have to go for it!

Who are some of your mentors that have helped you develop into the woman that you are today, and what important lessons have they instilled in you?

Roberts:  Some of my mentors from the last 4 years would definitely be my sophomore and junior year captains because they always showed a lot of leadership and are some of the best people I know.

Who are some of the “people in your corner” that you would like to thank or shout out?

Roberts:  I’m super thankful for my family for being my biggest fans and going to all my games, and my teammates for always being so encouraging and fun.

Last Question…What does being a MAV mean to you?

Roberts:  To me, being a MAV means being a good friend and a leader.

The Roberts family and coaches Branko Isailovic and Jarrod Boe
Bryn’s teammates came out to support her signing with IUK!