The Butler women’s soccer team celebrates a goal during a game last season. The team has been forced to practice in non-traditional ways this year due to COVID-19. Collegian file photo.
Butler’s fall semester began with disheartening news — the first two weeks of classes would take place virtually. This left students confined to their screens and dorms, and it left athletes unable to practice or access workout facilities.
The Butler women’s soccer team may have lost their competition season, but that hasn’t stopped them from working towards their future goals.
For first-year midfielder/forward Alli Leonard, the two weeks offered up some time to adjust to college life, however atypical it may be this year.