SoccerWire is publishing Q&A articles with recently-committed players who have Featured Profiles in the SoccerWire Recruiting Directory. The series allows players to share their stories on the college recruiting process, travel and high school soccer, and their passion for the beautiful game.

In this edition we will showcase Addy Rozycki, who has verbally committed to play NCAA Division I soccer in 2025 at Missouri State. Rozycki plays travel soccer in the ECNL Girls Regional League for KC Athletics.

SoccerWire: What made you decide to verbally commit to Missouri State?
Addy Rozycki: I decided to commit to Missouri State because of the coaching staff and the family environment.

SW: What was the recruiting process like and what did you learn about yourself while going through it?
AR:The recruiting process was definitely stressful and I learned to trust my instincts. I was patient and took my time making my decision because I wanted to find the right fit.

SW: How do you feel your strengths on the field will help the Bears?
AR:I think that my creativity on the field will help the team maintain possession and continue to create scoring opportunities.

SW: What are your favorite subjects in school and what do you think you would like to study in college?
AR: My favorite subjects in school are math and marketing and I’m thinking about studying Business in college.

SW: Outside of soccer, what clubs, organizations, and/or jobs are you involved in?
AR:Outside of soccer I am involved in other sports and clubs like tennis, Youth and Government, DECA, Titan Ambassadors, Girls United, and National Honors Society.

SW: What are your favorite pair of cleats that you have ever owned?
AR: Adidas Predator Freak + FG yellow red white.

SW: What has your experience been like playing for KC Athletics so far?
AR: It has been amazing. I feel like during my time at KCA I have grown as a player and a person.

SW: What do you remember about winning your first Kansas State Cup and how does it feel to have won four State Cups in your career?
AR: It was really exciting to win our first state cup, winning four in a row is something that is rarely heard of around here. We have worked so hard to achieve every one of them and I couldn’t be more proud of the team.

SW: If you could give one piece of advice to a younger player that wants to play at a high level what would it be?
AR: Train on your own outside of team practices, it’s going to set you apart from others. Additionally, surround yourself with like-minded people.

SW: Is there anyone that you would like to give a shoutout to who has helped you both on and off of the field?
AR:My club coach Louis Gallagher and my strength and conditioning coach Joseph Potts have helped me immensely the past two years. Not only have they played a crucial role in my soccer career but they are both people who I can go to for advice or anything else.