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Off The Pitch With Ti Sarokon

Christina ‘Ti’ Sarokon is a No. 1 Soccer Camps Staff Coach at our Lebanon Valley College location. As a player, Ti was was selected to the National titeam pool in 2008 and just completed her sophomore season playing in goal for St. Bonaventure University. No. 1 recently asked Ti a few questions about her playing experiences from club through college. 

Q: How long have you been playing soccer?

A: I’ve played since I was 8 years old, so 10 years now.

Q: How do you prepare for a big game?

A: I usually prep for a big game by arriving to the locker room early, getting all my gear on, and then listening to my favorite music.
Q: What is your greatness moment as a player?
A: My greatest moment as a player was hearing my name called to attend the U-14 US National pool camp at Region 1 camp. I was only 13 years old and so very proud – it’s probably my favorite memory.
Q: Do you have any pregame rituals?
A: I always make sure to have my hair braided specially by one of my teammates/best friend Steph. Every time she braids my hair, we’ve won! (Knock on wood!)
Q: What was your favorite place you have played?
A: My favorite place that I’ve played is probably in Costa Rica. I traveled there with a Region 1 team in 2009. The atmosphere was great!

Q: What was the biggest game you ever played in? A: The biggest game I’ve ever played in was probably with my club team. We were in the finals to win the Regional tournament in West Virginia. It meant a lot to us, but we ended up coming in 2nd place.

In addition to being a No. 1 Soccer Camps Staff Coach, Ti plays for St. Bonaventure University, is a US Youth Soccer Region 1 Girls ODP Program New York West ODP Staff, has her USSF ‘D’ License and was in the 2008 US National Team Player Pool. Ti will be coaching at the Lebanon Valley College location this summer July 27th – 31st.

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