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Bristow’s Carson Inman Athlete Spotlight Presented by Cushing Family Practice

By: Hunter Ferguson

Bristow soccer player Carson Inman recently completed an interview with VYPE where he expressed that he is currently working to make sure he will be “performing well overall this season”. Inman shared that “My favorite part about being on the team is getting to see all the boys progress and watch as they get closer to their potential”. 

According to Inman, when he was growing up he “always looked up to Jackson Loop, Dustyn Flood, and Court Hallman, I only got to play two years with these boys but they were the best teammates I could ask for ”. Now, he tries to have that same impact on others explaining that “I think being a captain has made me try to be a better influence for the people younger than me and especially the people I’m around daily”.

Recently, when Inman is in need of advice he shared that he turns to Zane Goodwin. Saying “Zane Goodwin always gives me the best advice, I couldn’t make one specific thing but anytime I need guidance I can always ask Zane”.

Of course, there are others who inspire him including his mother. Inman told VYPE “without my mom I wouldn’t be anywhere. She’s a complete blessing and she’s the strongest person I know”. Her strength has influenced Inman during a few pivotal moments. One of which he shared with us detailing “the Wagoner tournament my sophomore year against Poteau, I still remember how loud those schools in the stands were after I had made a great play and had packed in a PK”.

He also wanted to share that he’d “really like to thank my family for all of their support. I’d like to thank my coach Brian Ries who has molded me into the player I am today”.

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