I have played lacrosse since a very early age and it has become a major part of who I am. Lacrosse is also a big part of my family as I have two brothers who are currently playing lacrosse, my older brother is currently playing on the club team at Georgia Tech and I have a twin brother playing with Thunder LB3. My cousin played lacrosse for Maryland, and two of my uncles also played in college, one for Princeton, and one for Vermont.
At Pace Academy last year I played attack for the first time in my lacrosse career, and as a freshman in a new position, had the most points on the team in a successful 13-4 season. For my sophomore year I have transferred to The McCallie School in Chattanooga, TN and am looking forward to playing in a bigger and more competitive lacrosse program. I am also a dual US/ German citizen, and am excited to be playing on the national level for the German National U19 team that will play in the World Championship held in Ireland this coming summer.
Having experience at both attack and midfield has helped me further develop my lacrosse IQ. I am comfortable playing any position on the field and understand my role as well as my teammate's roles. According to my coaches my best attribute as a player is my footwork, which helps me consistently get separation while dodging, and allows me to play aggressively when on defense. I work continually to further improve my footwork with weekly speed and agility workouts, in addition to weights and lacrosse workouts. Growing up I also played many years of basketball and soccer, but have decided to focus on lacrosse in high school.
My goal as a player is to compete at the highest level possible at an academically rigorous college, furthering both my lacrosse ability and my academic goals.