All my life sports have played a huge role, from playing soccer, cheerleading, to swimming, and now I’ve found my forever sport field hockey. Not only does this sport drive me to do better every time I step on the field but it makes me want to do even better in the classroom too. As well with playing field hockey, I am also a varsity lacrosse player. I started playing field hockey in the winter of 5th grade and it stole my heart immediately. Through middle school I played on our A team, and now in high school I am a 3 time varsity starter as a junior. In my freshman year my team won our division, and came second in our county, and went onto the first round of districts. Sophomore year we again won the division, but we came back and won our county too, we also went into the first round of districts. Covid unfortunately took away our county playoffs but our team still got into first round of districts despite the smaller selection. Both my sophomore and junior year I was named to the all county first team. I would say I am a very flexible player as I can play both defense and hold my own in the offensive end, but my preferred spot is a screen. I am a disciplined player and like to receive criticism on how I can improve and get better. In the classroom I am the same way. I like to give my best effort and always ask for help when it is needed. I am an honors student and have have a 3.7+ GPA since 7th grade. I am involved in many extra curricular activities including the varsity club, our minithon committee, an internship, and peer tutoring. I have been recognized by multiple teachers for being a stellar student and helpful to other students in the classroom. Outside of school and off the field I have a pretty large family; 4 siblings keeps me on the edge on my seat. Along with have a large family came many learning opportunities. I’ve learned leadership, discipline, time management, having an open mind and other point of views, working with what is given to me, and also can act on the fly. In my future I am looking to go to college with a biology or pre-med major and follow up with med school to become an emergency pediatric physician. Playing field hockey in college has been a dream of mine for a long time now which is why I strive for my best in the classroom and on the field.