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RYPT Spotlight: Sky Blue’s Erin Simon

Erin Simon overcame an injury in high school to become a Division I soccer starter at Syracuse and now a professional with Sky Blue Football Club.  Simon’s time at RYPT has helped her play with some of the best players in the world

Sky Blue Football Club, New Jersey’s professional women’s soccer team, has used Reach Your Potential Training to help them gain an extra edge in the rigors of the season.  For one player, coming back to RYPT was a special homecoming.  Erin Simon found herself at Elite Sports Physical Therapy in 2010 after suffering a torn ACL that caused her to miss her senior season at Red Bank Regional High School.  While rehabbing her knee, she became one of the original seven athletes who trained at RYPT.  Her hard work and determination allowed her to walk-on at Syracuse University.  Erin became a starter for the Orange and had an outstanding career starting in 66 games over her four years in New York.  Her experience of fighting for a position with no scholarship was the perfect mindset for the unlikely journey to professional soccer.  The National Women’s Soccer League has ten teams across the country with top level talent including numerous World Cup players from both the United States and other countries.  Simon was able to get an invite to Sky Blue pre-season camp and not only made the roster, but earned a spot at outside back.  Watch her story and how RYPT helped her reach the top of women’s soccer:

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Reach Your Potential Training has become the home of many of the Shore Conference’s top athletes in numerous sports.  A lot of the athletes you see on the highlights on Shore Sports Zone are putting in the hard work in critical training at RYPT to get ready for their season.  Click here to see all of our RYPT Spotlights:

Visit IGotRypt.com to learn more about what Bobby Smith and Adam Feit are doing to bring athletes to the next level.  Shore Sports Zone thanks RYPT for supporting Jersey Shore athletes all year long!

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