For the second year in a row, the Ole Miss Rebel softball team went to the FCA College Getaway retreat at Lake Forest Ranch.
It is a weekend that is filled with fellowship, canoeing, and Jesus.
Last year, Ole Miss head coach, Mike Smith, let his entire team go to this same retreat. It didn't take much for him to let them all go again.
"The FCA College Retreat was one of the key reasons for our teams success," said smith. "It was big in bringing our team together which resulted in us having an incredible season."
Something that the players get to do each year is go canoeing.
Some of the players returned to their childhood and spent some time on the swings.
"It was good to get away from all the stress," said Allison Stark. "Personally, it was a way for me to get my mind away from everything and get more connected spiritually."
"I felt like I had so much more confidence in myself after," said Gabby Alvarez. "IT MADE ME realize that I don't need to worry or have fear, because the Lord has chosen a path for me."
Another activity that the players enjoyed is rock climbing.
"Being able to not just enjoy each other's company but the power of christ was life changing," said Miranda Strother
At the end of the weekend, there was a competition between all the schools that were there. These schools included Ole Miss, Northwest Community College, Itawamba Community College, Northeast Community College and Mississippi State just to name a few.
They all competed in "Minute to Win It" games including, Keep It Up, Stack Attack and Junk in the Trunk.