My name is Bryan Navarro and have been playing baseball since I was four years old. I am an upcoming senior at Trinity Catholic High School. I played a majority of my freshman year at the varsity level playing left field but getting DH'd for. Later that year I received "rookie of the year" for my baseball team. During my sophomore year I tore my ulnar collateral ligament in my elbow and had to get Tommy John Surgery in February. I am fully recovered though and continued to start in left field and center field for my junior year. We had a lot of ups and downs and I was put in many important moments batting and fielding, but I faced adversity and overcame these challenges. I also learned that having a bond with your coaches and teammates is an important key into becoming the next state champions, I only wish we could have learned that earlier, but I still have another season to go for that ring. Even though baseball is a game of failure it doesn't keep me from doing what I enjoy and that's playing baseball. My junior year I had close to a .290 batting average, around a .340, around 60 up to bats, 19 RBIs, and 7 strikeouts. Later that year I received "most improved" because of my athleticism coming off of a 9 month break because of my injury. When it comes to academics I am not the type of person to just leave studying behind just to play baseball because I know it doesn't work that way. I am an "A""B" student with around a 3.3-3.5 GPA. My goal as a student and baseball player is to go to a college or university that will lead me to a bright future. Whether it be for becoming a physical therapist or becoming a greater athlete.