Soccer, Studies and Athletic Analysis with Matheus Brandao – Podcast
Soccer is more than just a sport, it is something of a way of life for the dedicated players and fans here at Life U and farther afield. Matheus Brandao is early on in his career, trying to see how to turn his commitment to sports and athletics analysis into a lifelong professional passion. He currently serves as a Graduate Assistant for Life U Men’s Soccer, while completing his studies as a B.S in Computer Information Systems and Technology (CIST) student.
Faces of LIFE- Maja Engstrom
Norrköping, Sweden is Maja Engstrom’s hometown, where adolescent Engstrom could usually be found kicking around a fotboll, or soccer ball as it is called in the U.S. Her desire to continue to compete in soccer served as a major factor that originally led her to Life University (Life U).
LIFE UNIVERSITY COMPLETES REPAIRS TO LUPO FAMILY FIELD
January 24, 2022 – Life University (Life U) undertook significant repairs to its Lupo Family Field after historic flooding caused extensive damage in early September 2021. The University completed the repairs ahead of schedule last Friday, January 21.
Call it serendipity, a lucky break, good fortune or what you may, but whatever name it goes by, Martin Cortes has proven its existence.
At Life University to obtain his bachelor’s degree in business administration, Cortes is originally from Santiago, Chile. A lifelong soccer player, he ended up in the U.S. to play for a professional soccer club, the Atlanta Silverbacks, and to increase his English skills.
When Evann Desjardins graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina with a Health and Exercise Science degree, she knew where she would further her education – a school for physical therapy. Having been a Division 1 soccer player throughout her time as an undergraduate, she was very well acquainted with athletic injuries and subsequent physical therapy visits. Yet, Desjardins ended up at Life University and is now studying to become a chiropractor.