Learning to be a Pro from the WPS

Former FC Gold Pride and Boston Breaker forward Tiffany Weimer writes about her two-year experience as a pro player and what she learned about the game – and herself – in the process.

Lesson #1 – The college environment is nothing like the professional environment, and becoming a professional doesn’t happen overnight.

Lesson #2 – Becoming a professional doesn’t happen in a year (or even two) for some people.

Lesson #3 – The work you put in pays off – patience continues to be a virtue – and the game of soccer teaches you so much more than you could ever see in 90 minutes once a week.

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