My goals for College are to be able to compete at the college level and play the game that i have come to love. Along with this earn an education that I can be proud of help me become successful, build a great future and career. I hope to make life long friends as I work hard and enjoy this time in my life. These years will be some of my most memorable times as it continues to shape who I am and continue to grow and mature as a person and athlete.
Playing baseball has taught me that communicating with people is very important. Communication on the field creates a team atmosphere. Without this communication with one another you can't win or expect to get to next level. Communication through signs, verbal, team praise as well as positive criticism. This also ties in with leadership skills. Creating communication with my players creates trust and having your players trust you to lead the team creates team success.
Baseball has been apart of my life since I could remember. From playing in the front yard as a toddler with my dad to now playing on the high school field I dreamed of being a part of as a child. Baseball is a game of failure as in life you will fail at things but you must be strong enough to dust yourself off and stand at the plate to face the fear of failing one more time. The chance of feeling unstoppable and the highest high when you hit the ball and put it in play with the possibility of hitting a double, triple and on the best days hitting a home run. Just as in life we have good days, bad days, unforgettable days but you always know there is a chance of the bad days along with the good. Learning to rise above the bad days and push yourself forward even when you feel that you have given it all you could to reach a little deeper have faith in yourself to overcome whatever life throws at you.