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An Interview With Past HUSC Player Daniel Ehley


What was your jersey number with Hartford United?
I was number 0 for Hartford United

Where are you currently playing and what position(s) are you playing?
I am currently playing left back for the University of Wisconsin Platteville Pioneers

Do you have a goal to play professional soccer after college?
I definitely want to continue playing soccer after I graduate, but I do not think it will be professionally

Do you plan to coach once your playing career is over?
I am not sure if I will coach, but I would not be surprised if I do.

Were you excited or nervous to join HUSC?
I was extremely excited to join HUSC, but there was a small part of me that was nervous at the same time.

Any memories of the transition to HUSC that you can share for new players joining us?
I will never forget when I got the call from Jim Schrot, asking me to be part of his u11 team. It was one of the coolest things in my life.

If you could meet up with one HUSC coach for breakfast who would it be and why?
I would meet up with Jim Schrot for breakfast, because he has been my coach ever since I joined HUSC. It would be fun to talk about all the memories that have been made in the past 11 years.

If you had to do it all over again, is there anything that you would do different?
I don’t think that there is anything different that I would change. I loved it

What was most important to you in your development as a player with Hartford United SC?
Jim Schrot did a wonderful job of allowing me to train and play with the older kids, and that made develop at a much faster pace.

What is your proudest accomplishment with Hartford United SC?
My proudest accomplishment with HUSC, is the feeling that we got every time we beat a bigger and richer club than us. That feeling never got old.

What advice would you give current players as they set goals in hopes of playing at the college level?
My advice to current players would be to not get too nervous on the field and enjoy it. Work extremely hard and play simple and college coaches will notice that.

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