Congratulations to Oakwood High School’s Lily Eifert, the Penn Station Athlete of the Month for April, 2020!
Lily is the daughter of Christopher and Sheila Eifert and Sister to Abby and Jack. She carries a 4.40 GPA while being involved in Soccer, Swimming and Track. Lily also participates in Pups for People, Student Council Class Treasurer, Femineering, National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, US International, Camp Invention Leadership intern, Destination Imagination, playing piano, meeting new people and cooking.
Lily said that her greatest achievement so far is being a co-founder and co-president of Pups for People, a club at Oakwood High School that raises money to purchase service dogs for children in the local area. After high school, she plans on attending a university where she will study Neuroscience and Spanish with a Pre-Med track.
According to Lily, “I have been able to develop relationships with my teammates and coaches as well as develop leadership skills that I will take with me for the rest of my life. I have been running Track since I was a little girl and have always enjoyed the competitive nature of the sport as well as the relationships that I have developed.
Soccer Coach Liz Kussman said, “Talent wins, and Lily has loads of it, but her ability to be a great leader and teammate is what is truly special about her.”
Principal Paul Waller added, “Lily’s focus on helping others less fortunate than herself along with her positive attitude and work ethic shows in everything that she does!”
You many run into Lily at the Penn Station, University of Dayton on Brown Street ordering her favorite Chicken Parmesan.
Congratulations, Lily from all of us. Best wishes to a great future!