The highlight of my baseball career, as of now, was winning the World Baseball Tournament in Miami in 2017. I grew the most as an individual when I left my home and moved abroad to a boarding school. This was a big leap for me, not knowing how to live on my own, to doing it everyday. I also grew as a student-athlete, moving from a small baseball community league, to playing high school baseball. It taught me to play more competitively and it was a great amount of exposure for me.
I became interested in the game of baseball when my Grandmother signed me up for the community baseball league here in Nassau, at the age of five. At first, I was nervous about playing, but I gradually fell in love with the game. Playing baseball has taught me a lot about myself. I have learned that I am extremely competitive when it comes to baseball and I have a great passion for the game. Playing baseball also shows me how much I can really focus and whatever I put my mind to, I can do. Academically, I look forward to doing the best I can possibly do. I look forward to studying hard and accomplishing all of my academic and athletic goals throughout high school and college. I feel, if given the opportunity I would be a great asset, not only to your baseball team, but also to your college!