Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

'Pack's Prezzella Keeps His Cool

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

'Pack's Prezzella Keeps His Cool

Article excerpt

Soccer is a game of aggression. Whether it is streaking down

the field, challenging your opponent or moving into position for

a header, a player cannot let up or he will be beaten for a

score. But what happens when a player uses his aggressiveness

too much and eventually affects both himself and his teammates?

Take Bryan Prezzella. A junior forward for Wolfson, Prezzella

would storm onto the field the past two years and, at times,

play out of control. This being his third year as a starter, he

has worked on his aggressions during the summer to keep him

under control so he is more beneficial to his team.

"I believe I have worked at keeping my composure on the field,"

said Prezzella, 17. "I have a more positive attitude and won't

go ballistic during the game."

Prezzella believes the team this season is much different than

last year's squad. Judging by the team's desire to improve on

the 7-13 record, Prezzella hopes he and his teammates can keep

its composure the entire season. …

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