To access their skills within that sport that they can no longer play competitively and use them in other aspects of life to succeed.
“Where is the fun in life if there is no challenge?”
Those words ring true more Division I hockey player Andrew Mayer.
The Ferris State University senior’s middle name should be GRIT! His dad is a former professional hockey player with the Pittsburgh Penguins and his mom played Division I volleyball.
Throughout his hockey career, Andrew has broken more than 20 bones and has had six surgeries but has never lost his determination or will to play the sport he loves.
This is his story …