I've been told that being a "hockey goalie" is THE toughest position in all of sports! Whether you agree or disagree, being a goalie has made me mentally and physically tough. Being a goalie comes with many successes and failures, and I have learned how to handle them both. I've made amazing game winning, last second saves, and have also given up last minute goals. Most importantly, I have learned from both of these situations, and how to deal with what life throws at you! This has helped me grow, both academically and in hockey. In the classroom, I strive to do my best and like to be challenged, as I do in hockey. I don't quit, and always put forth 110% effort, even when things seem most difficult.
My high school is ranked (by US News & World Report) in the top 6% of high schools in the US and received a "silver medal", also my school district was ranked #77 nationally by niche.com. As with my high school, I hope to attend a college/university that will challenge me as well, and where I can continue my hockey career. I have attended the USA New England District Development Camps for the last 4 years, where I have been challenged at the highest level. At the U17 camp in April 2018, I was 1 of 4 goalies selected to play in the All-Star Game, based on my performance during the 3 day camp. I have had great success in some of the best hockey tournaments in the northeast, and look forward to continuing to attend these camps and play against the best possible competition. I will continue to grow as a person and goalie and know there are many game winning saves in my future!