Athlete of the Issue: Brett Gulati


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Senior Brett Gulati is tied for Spring-Ford boys soccer record for goals scored.

Matt Dunne and Connor Lynch

Brett Gulati does not say much on the field. The co-captain and three-year varsity starter simply does not have to. He leads by example, and Gulati has led this Spring-Ford team to many new places over his four years. During his tenure, the winger led the team to two Pioneer Athletic Conference Liberty titles, a district semifinal, as well as the program’s first state tournament birth. Gulati, in his career, was also able to tie the lead for all-time goals in Spring-Ford history. Gulati was selected as the fall sports’ Rampage, Athlete of the Issue…

Q: What made the team successful this season?
A: The hard work and dedication displayed by this year’s team is what made it successful in my opinion.

Q: What are you going to miss most about the team?
A: I will always miss all the great memories we made as a team, and I am especially going to miss all the great friends and connections I made throughout the years.

Q: Is there any secret that made you so successful?
A: It may not be a secret but I was very technically talented with both of my feet which always gave players a hard time defending me.

Q: What are you plans after graduating?
A: I will be heading to college with a major in golf management and hopefully managing a country club after I receive a degree.

Q: How does it feel to be forever cemented in Spring-Ford soccer history books?
A: I feel very proud of my accomplishments considering all the great athletes that have gone through Spring-Ford soccer.