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Monnat sisters set to dominate Le Moyne soccer, lax fields

Claire and Maggie Monnat, of Baldwinsville, take it to the Le Moyne soccer field in leisure form. The Le Moyne freshmen are featured in the “Syracuse Women Inspire” section of the February 2013 edition of Syracuse Woman Magazine.

Claire and Maggie Monnat, of Baldwinsville, take it to the Le Moyne soccer field in leisure form. The Le Moyne freshmen are featured in the “Syracuse Women Inspire” section of the February 2013 edition of Syracuse Woman Magazine.

— Growing up playing sports helped the girls budget their time. And this skill quickly came in handy, especially when the teams traveled long hours for games. Claire and Maggie don’t just work hard on the field.

The first academic semester was a heavy course load for both. Claire, a biology major, is hoping to go on to physician assistant school or medical school. Maggie also is taking the science route as a biology major although she might switch to chemistry.

Sometimes team members who encounter hardship while competing are better equipped to manage difficulty in their everyday lives, creating fortitude in their personal growth and maturity.

Being a part of sports while handling school and personal lives has prepared Claire and Maggie Monnat for leadership roles in every area of life.

And more notably, they’re doing it together as sisters.

This story was originally published in the February 2013 edition of Syracuse Woman Magazine, a publication of Eagle Newspapers. For more information on SWM or to subscribe, visit syracusewomanmag.com/swm or facebook.com?SyracuseWomanMagazine. Also, find SWM on Twitter: @SyrWomanMag.

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