Sydney Larkin begins her first season as the graduate assistant for the women's soccer team while pursuing her Master of Arts in Teaching.
Larkin joins the Sea Gull staff after spending four years at St. Mary's College of Maryland where she completed her bachelor's degree in International Languages & Culture with a concentration in Spanish and played soccer for Peter Krech. During her time at St. Mary's, Larkin appeared in 53 games, starting in 49. Larkin tallied a total of 4,567 minutes. At the end of four years Larkin walked away with two second team All CAC titles and two CAC All Academic team honors.
Larkin, a local product, graduated from Parkside High School in 2014. In high school, Larkin was a three sport athlete and was voted to the All-Bayside team twice. In addition, she was elected the president of the Spanish National Honor Society and recorded over 300 hours of community service. As a part of the Eastern Shore's most successful travel team, Larkin was mentored and coached by Ed O'leary.
Larkin returns to the 'bury in hopes of coaching the Salisbury University women's soccer team to a national championship.