My first visit to Lynchburg really helped me in my decision. For one, I walked by a group of eight great looking women on my way to meet coach but after meeting with Coach K and getting to experience his no BS personality I knew he was someone who would push me to do more both on and off the field, and I was right.
I was lucky enough to come in with a great group of guys. To this day some of my best friends are the guys I started school with. Tons of great memories through out my career...beating Salisbury on their home field in crap conditions, beating W&L for the schools first ODAC title and celebrating with what seemed like the entire college after, every single Turkey Bowl (three years undefeated), five minutes after our midnight mile runs, free running through the girls soccer house, Moshing to Reel Big Fish and getting leveled by Matta, pushing the trainers van on the practice fields in the snow, Coach yelling at me for being "too f$%#ING cool" after getting a bad pass from Bloody in practice, the unknown thrower of the snowball that hit Coach while shoveling the field (PAWEL GODLEWSKI) and most recently defeating the 2010 team during our Fall alumni game. My final game for Lynchburg College was the day I graduated. Although it didn't end as we had all hoped can't say I'd change a thing.
I attribute a lot of my successes in life to my experiences at Lynchburg College. A lot was demanded of us on and off the field and if you were to compare my GPA in season versus off season it be easy to see that I truely excelled when more pressure and time constraints were placed upon me. That qaulity has carried over into my work. My business is one of both patience and pressure. Each month my task is to hit a dollar quota while providing excellent customer service to members, staff development daily and be a resource at all times to my sales team. The time management skills that I learned in season help me to achieve my goals daily and my competitive drive allows me to be successful.
Scott McAlee '06