As each week goes by, Campbellsville University-Harrodsburg athletics grow larger and larger. Over the past few months, many notable names have committed to the program. A good number of these future Pioneers are no more than a short road trip away.
It is both astonishing and refreshing for the Harrodsburg community to watch this already very talented program grow like it is. To do this with a large number of local kids makes it even sweeter. Over the past week for the Pioneers, the boys soccer program added another local star in Admiral Samuel Lynch.
Lynch has played soccer for the Danville Admirals for many years now and is extremely proud of his upbringing. The coaches, school and fan support are all things that Lynch will never forget about Danville. These are also things he looks forward to enjoying as a Pioneer moving forward.
“These four years have been the best of my life, and it wouldn’t have been so without my former Coach Brent Beauman and my teammates who pushed me to become the player and person I am today. I loved the experience of being an admiral; the adrenaline rush hitting as I stepped onto the field, and the roar of the crowd.” Lynch said.
Being so close to home is only part of the excitement Lynch has about CU-Harrodsburg, he raved about many of the things they offer to anyone enrolling into the school.
“It is very exciting to be a part of this program the school and athletics facilities are being improved every day,” he said. “They offer great classes with excellent faculty and staff, so I am excited for my future as a pioneer.”
Lynch has already achieved many great things in his career. Three of them being district championships all won consecutively.
He is excited about his own potential, but more so the potential the Pioneer program has. There will be plenty of youth amongst the roster, so over time with hard work, everyone involved with the team knows the sky is the limit.