Summit Soccer by Rachel Wood

Boston, MA.

Our mission at Summit Soccer is to teach important life lessons like self-confidence self-efficacy and commitment to a goal through the sport of soccer. We focus on developing people every bit as much as developing players.

Summit Soccer is built on the foundation of positivity, belief and hard work. Our goal is to create a safe space in which young women can feel fully empowered to discover their talents as soccer players, people and future leaders. It is our belief that all great things are done out of love, not fear. At Summit, we strive to create an environment in which all athletes feel safe and cared for, thus allowing them to be the fullest expression of themselves.

At Summit, we focus on a process oriented approach to sport and life. We know the only two things fully in our control are our attitude and effort. When you focus on what you can control and focus on Focus on those two areas in particular, and the results will take care of themselves. We do not shy away from hard work. In fact, we embrace it, as it is critical to achieving success in any endeavor.

At Summit Soccer, we believe that there are many paths to the top of the mountain. Our goal is to help you find yours.

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Meet Rachel Wood

Rachel Wood is a former professional soccer player for the Boston Breakers in the NWSL. Prior to her career in the NWSL, she player professionally for HK/Vikingur in Iceland. She played collegiately for the University of North Carolina Tarheels for three years and finished her senior season close to home at UC Irvine.

Rachel has over 15 years of soccer experience at the Professional, NCAA and US Youth National team level. As a psychology major and someone subjected to “old school” coaching, Rachel has paired her passion for soccer with her desire to create a healthier environment for athletes through positive reinforcement. She created Summit Soccer with the goal of helping athletes achieve their athletic dreams and feeling confident while doing so.