My commitment to being the best I can be means that I'm used to early morning workouts, two hour drives each way to practice three nights a week plus bugging my parents for more ice time. At the age of 14, I moved to Buffalo to play for the Jr. Sabres and live on my own. It's tough, harder than I ever thought it would be to be honest, but I've adapted and I have learned so much about myself. I have to budget and plan for my meals and other expenses all while completing my coursework and preparing for games and practices. COVID cancelled 2/3 of our games this season but it is what it is. I feel that practice is where the development is really taking place right now and I'm dedicated to being my best. As the season winds down I'm preparing for the opportunity to play in the National Player Development Program and looking forward to the challenges of playing with and against some great competition.
I am a 2006 birth year home school student and I am academically in the 10th grade after skipping a year. As a student athlete I would like to complete my undergraduate degree as soon as possible, while maintaining my eligibility and working on a graduate degree. I am currently Duel Enrolled so that when I finish high school I will already have two+ years of college classes under my belt. I view school as a necessary part to making me a better player but I readily admit to putting more time into hockey than anything else. Hockey is my passion, my fuel and my future.
As a goaltender I want to win and I want to play at the highest level.