Elena Santos just finished her senior season for the UConn women’s soccer team, ending her career with five goals and five assists through 35 games and two seasons as a Husky. Recently, she took some time to talk to me about her life and career.
It has been a tough season to this point for UConn women’s soccer, but one bright spot has been sophomore Sophia Danyko-Kulchycky. “DK,” as she is known, is tied for first on the team with four goals and is tied for second in shots. The Daily Campus caught up with the Chappaqa, New York, native after a recent 5-3 defeat to UCF in which she scored a goal.
The UConn women’s soccer team lost 0-4 to USF on Thursday night. The team is now 2-10 on the season and 0-3 in The American. After the game, UConn’s head coach Margaret Rodriguez discussed the takeaways she took from the loss. “I think South Florida is a class team,” Rodriguez said. “I think they’re good but I believe we competed in moments.