Baseball has been apart of my life for as long as I can remember. I first started when I was 3 years old playing on a local t-ball team. Of course at this point in time I was too young to know what I really wanted to do, but I continued to play for years after in Little League. When I was around 9 years old, I started playing for travel teams and playing baseball year round. This is when I found my love for the game and decided that I wanted to play for as long as possible. Throughout my journey I’ve realized baseball is more than just a game. Baseball is a lifestyle and has even created a second family for me. I will always remember the bonds I have made with my teammates and coaches. This family has taught me a lot over the years. Through ups and downs with hard work, leadership, dedication, and enthusiasm you will find success. These ideas here have not only helped me perfect my game but helped me become a better person in the real world.
What makes me different from other athletes:
I believe that I am unique compared to other players. I am a left-handed three sport athlete. I have always had big dreams and high expectations for myself. I will never take no for an answer and am always willing to find another solution to a problem. I am very coachable and open to new ideas. I am also willing to adapt and take sacrifices for my team. Not only am I good on the field, but I am also successful in the classroom. I am an honor student with a good work ethic and I am willing to do everything possible to make these dreams a reality. I would love to be apart of a college team and these are the things I believe I could bring along with me.