East Jessamine girls’ soccer player Breann Horne signed a national letter of intent last week to continue her soccer career at Campbellsville University.
Horne was the Lady Jags’ biggest scoring threat this past fall as she accounted for 18 goals, averaging just under one per game. She was also second on the team in assists with 11. Horne scored three goals in East’s 5-1 win over Pulaski County on Aug. 28, and she scored three goals in East’s 5-4 loss to Dunbar in the district tournament. The Lady Jags went 13-7-1 last fall.
Horne joins a program that went 13-9 last year.
“I like the relaxedness of the team, but they still work hard,” Horne said.
Horne has actually had Campbellsville picked out for a while now. She made a visit during her junior year and has known since then that it was the school for her.
“They have the program that I want. I want to do physical therapy,” Horne said. “They have everything thing that I want, and the graduation rate is really high, and I know that I’ll be able to move on.”