I first became interested in my sport when I signed up for field hockey in the fifth grade. My mom thought that I should play different sports from everyone else in my family. No one in my family has ever played field hockey. The only sports that my family previously competed in were lacrosse, basketball, track and field, football, and cross country. After a year of playing field hockey I fell in love with the sport, so when I was in sixth grade, my mom signed me up for Whitpain Recreation Association (WRA) field hockey. In seventh grade, I participated in field hockey clinics, and in eighth grade, I started playing travel club indoor field hockey. Through my sport, I am not only self-motivated, but I also learned that I could motivate others to do their best, I am passionate and driven to do my best, as well as being a leader on and off the field. Field hockey has given me the ability to communicate with my coaches and teammates about performance.
My academic goals for high school is to earn honors which means having a grade point average of 3.5 and above. My college educational goals are to graduate with honors. One of the most significant obstacles that I had to overcome was finding the strategies that help me learn to the best of my abilities. I am looking for a program that is suitable for me athletically, academically, and socially. In college, I plan to study athletic training. I think I will be a valuable asset to any college team because of my academic drive, athletic abilities, and belief full student engagement.