Hockey is a huge part of my life and has been since I was 6 years old. I have had the opportunity to play on some very successful teams as well as some not so successful ones, and both have made me a better player…mentally and physically. I have always pushed myself to be the best player and teammate I could be.
On the ice and off, I try to be a leader whether I wear a captain’s letter or not. I consider myself an unselfish player and believe that my best assets are my vision on the ice, being able to see the play develop, and my ability to make that key pass.
Beyond my team, hockey plays other key roles in my daily life. During the season, I can be found at our youth program’s Learn to Skate sessions on Saturday mornings. And, after that, I can be found on the ice again as I am a USAH Level II certified official.
In the classroom, I have been in the G&T program since 3rd grade and am enrolled in AP and Honors classes consistently making the honor roll.
I am looking at colleges that can offer me the academic rigor of an engineering or technology major but also afford me the opportunity to play hockey at the next level whether that be NCAA or ACHA programs.