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Cornerstone University welcomes Rebekah Eggleston to the Women's Soccer Program. Rebekah Eggleston from Hesperia, Mich. has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Cornerstone beginning in the fall of 2011.
Rebekah attends Providence Christian High School in Fremont, Mich. Rebekah is a three sport athlete for Providence Christian. She was voted All-District, All-Area, and 2nd Team All-State in soccer and has served as captain on the soccer team for two years. She also received honors in both volleyball and basketball and served as captain for both of those teams as a senior.
She has done very well in the classroom. She is a member of the National Honors Society and has been on the honor roll each semester of high school. She has served on the Chapel Planning Committee and is a Small Group Leader as well.
"I think Rebekah is a good player with a lot of potential to grow. She has played a lot of soccer but now she will be able to focus on soccer only and I know that she will work hard and improve as a player. She is a very fast player and I think that she will do well in adjusting to the collegiate level. She is very coachable and I know she will be a great teammate. She is a solid young woman and will be an asset to our team."
Why she chose Cornerstone
"I have decided to come to Cornerstone and play on the Women's Soccer Team because I believe that I will be able to learn a lot from the team members and coach. I believe that I will learn more about soccer, being a team, and more about Christ. I like the idea of playing soccer while being in a Christian environment that will encourage me in my walk with Christ."