Mulvane’s Teagan Garrison – KTA “Driving Change” Athlete Spotlight

By Matt Browning

Throughout her high school career, Mulvane’s Teagan Garrison was a defender on the Wildcats’ soccer team, but last year she was tasked with being more of a weapon offensively.

“One area I’m wanting to improve on is my shot and also forward abilities, as I primarily play defense but last year I had to step up to forward because that is where I was needed for the team,” said Garrison. “I will most likely have to step to that position again this year and have been working on this area in my trainings I do on Sundays with the mission soccer program.”

Garrison went to special training throughout the offseason in order to make her a better defender.

“This offseason I have been doing trainings every other Sunday with Nathan Paulus with Mission Soccer and we have been working on my technique and defensive skills,” Garrison said.

There are so many goals Garrison has for the season, but ultimately it’s her last ride as a Wildcat soccer player and she wants to embrace that.

“What I am most excited for on the upcoming season is to spend my last high school soccer career with my friends, to hopefully win regionals and go to state,” Garrison said. “Goals I have individually is to be first team all-league and to also be selected to first team all-state. Goals I have for us as a team is to hopefully take first in our league, win regionals, and to go to state.”