Julie Labach is a two-sport athlete for the Huskies in soccer and track and field, while majoring in finance in the Edwards School of Business (photo by Josh Schaefer).
Julie Labach is a two-sport athlete for the Huskies in soccer and track and field, while majoring in finance in the Edwards School of Business (photo by Josh Schaefer).

Generosity keeps Labach on track

Student-athletes at the U of S have a multitude of demands to meet. They have to manage a full course load, maintain a high level of academic performance, manage their schedule, maintain peak physical condition, and travel to games. Not to mention practice, practice, practice.

With a schedule like this, there is virtually no time for a student to take on a part-time job to cover costs. Now imagine the challenges that come with being a student-athlete who plays two different sports. This is a reality for Julie Labach, a finance major and a track and field and soccer star for the Huskies.

However, thanks to the generosity of U of S donors through the Annual Campaign for Students, Labach’s rigorous but rewarding schedule is not compromised by cost.

Read more about Labach and the Annual Campaign for Students at the Donor News blog.

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