Good Counsel senior Cybele Coskun was long hesitant about becoming a goalie. She was scared of facing Coach Kelly Massino's shots, and filling the net in place of the graduated Sheahan Collins was a daunting task.
"Being a goalie takes a lot of confidence," Coskun said. "I felt like it was a big responsibility, and I didn't feel prepared for it."
Over time she warmed to it, and with the Falcons in double-overtime against St. John's in the Washington Catholic Athletic Association field hockey final Sunday at Catholic University, Coskun's newfound confidence showed when she stared down Clara Morrison on a breakaway.
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