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Holland capped her career with 29 goals and 17 assists, breaking the 100-goal mark for her career, setting the school record, helping the Spartans into the sectional round and earning the Daily Chronicle Girls Soccer Player of the Year award for the third straight season.
“Obviously, when you coach against someone as good as her, you kinda ... know she’s that fierce competitor you see on the field,” Bickley said. “I think what surprised me most was her leadership and willingness to include the younger girls or less talented girls. She’s always very encouraging. To see that fierce competitor on the field, but to see something outside of that at practices or on the bus or that off-the-field stuff, I didn’t expect.”
Holland said the high-water mark was breaking 100 goals for her career. She finished with 106, the most in a career in school history.
“I was really proud of getting to that 100-goal mark,” Holland said. “I didn’t even know I was getting there until coach told me. All those records that my teammates helped me accomplish, just really thankful and blessed.”