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Spartan of the Week: Annika

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Shout out to Annika Rudolph, our Spartan of the Week!

  • Activity: Soccer
  • Grade: 12
  • Coach: Amy Frank
  • Elementary School: Sheridan Hills


What do you like most about your activity?

The thing I like most about soccer is the intensity of the game and being able to work with an amazing group of girls.

What do you like about Richfield High School?

Richfield is a diverse school that provides a very welcoming environment for all students. 

What motivates you to do your best?

My teammates, coaches and family.

Who is your role model?

My mom because she is a very work driven person. She is very successful and I have learned many lessons from her growing up. My mom is always there for me when I need her and will help me through hard times. 

What advice would you give to middle school students?

Do NOT procrastinate on homework!

What are your hobbies? What do you like to do when you aren't participating in your activity?

Outside of soccer, I enjoy hanging out with my friends and family.

What is your favorite subject?

My favorite subject is math because I like being able to solve a problem and find the solution.

What do you plan to do after high school?

I plan to attend college to possibly study kinesiology and continue playing soccer.


The Spartan of the Week program highlights students involved in Richfield Athletics and Activities. The Spartan of the Week is chosen for their positive contribution to the program through their leadership and commitment. Each coach/advisor can nominate one student per activity.

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