Spring Senior Student-Athlete Spotlight – Kierstin Moses
Kierstin Moses worked her way to become a starting defender on defense for the Albright Lions women’s lacrosse team during her senior year of 2020. She began as a student manager during her freshman season of 2017 before working her way up to appearing in 12 contests during her 2019 junior season. She started all seven games in 2020, and set career-highs in ground balls and caused turnovers.
Hometown: Douglassville, Pennsylvania
Major: Digital Communications/Photography
- 24 appearances on defense, seven starts
- 10 ground balls
- Seven caused turnovers
What is your favorite sports memory at Albright?
“My favorite sports memory at Albright is earning my first start. I remember the nervous yet excited feeling I had standing next to my teammates waiting for my name to be announced thinking ‘I finally did it’. After walking on the team/being cut, becoming a team manager my freshman year, to working hard, and becoming a starter my senior year was a goal that I always wanted to accomplish. It’s a message for myself that will stick with me for the rest of my life.”
What are your post-graduate plans?
“My post-graduate plans include working for a company as a graphic designer or social media specialist, and continuing my passion for photography.”
What is one thing that you would like to say to current Albright baseball underclassmen/future Albright baseball student-athletes?
“Keep working hard and put all your effort in every practice, game, and even on the sidelines cheering for your teammates. Every member on the team has a purpose and there is a reason why you are there. Not everyone can be a student-athlete or have this opportunity to so take a lot of pride in it. You are a part of something much greater than a lacrosse team, you are a part of a family that will have your back forever.”
Why did you chose Albright/Favorite part about Albright?
“I chose Albright because they offer Digital Communications as a major which I fell in love with. My favorite part about Albright is being able to share my love for my sport and my major/minors that brought me to meeting some of the most amazing professors, coaches, and friends.”