Growing up, I have played multiple sports competitively which have developed both my skills as an all-around athlete and given me an appreciation for sports. As a junior at Walsh Jesuit High School, I compete in varsity athletics in both golf and tennis. On October 18th and 19th, I qualified for the second time in the Division 1 Golf State Tournament, playing the Ohio State University Scarlet Course. I received All-State Honors (top 10) with rounds of 75 and 76. On May 2019, I also competed for the second time at the Ohio High School State Tennis Tournament. My doubles partner and I were state quarterfinalists. Prior to high school, I played several competitive sports: golf with U.S. Kids since age 6, USTA tennis tournaments, travel soccer and hockey, baseball, basketball, and youth football.
I am committed to working hard both in academics and sports. I chose Walsh Jesuit High School because of the quality of education and athletic programs that continue to help me grow as a student-athlete. As I am pursuing my goals in golf, I am focused and continue to work hard to improve under the guidance of Walsh Jesuit head coach, Bill Reilly, PGA Professional, and assistant coach, Jeanne Pritchard.
Being a student-athlete is important in considering what college will be the best fit to continue my education and pursue my passion for golf.