I have been interested in the sport of baseball as long as I can remember. I grew up watching my older cousin, Keil Krumwiede play shortstop for his teams, and I knew I wanted to follow in his footsteps. I have watched him climb all the way up the Totem pole, going from legion to a junior college all the way to D1.
Baseball has taught me a lot about myself, and how to handle myself in real world situations. I’ve learned that it takes a lot of hard work and dedication to achieve success, and that when things get tough, you have to grind that much harder to get through it. I have always been the smallest kid on the field, but I have always used that as motivation to be better and work harder than everyone else.
I have always been big on success in school, with goals of achieving A’s in every class all the way through. I intend on being the same kind of student in college, with the goal of achieving a 4.0 gpa.