I am an AAA player. I am extremely adaptable, very amiable and academically focused on my future. I have moved with my family from the west coast (California and Oregon), stopped along the way in western Montana and finally landed in Hot Springs, Arkansas and have played soccer all along the route. Like most motivated players, I started at a very young age of 5. And like most players my influence has been my own love of the game. I had at what seemed like a disadvantage, moving to different states/towns and integrating myself in new schools and on various soccer teams from a young age. What I have become is an extremely confident, adaptable “plug & play” midfielder that doesn’t know how to quit. My teams may have not won major accolades on regional or state levels, but I have won the trust and confidence and dependability of my teammates along the way. Most teams take years to build this repore, but my skills, knowledge of the game and foresight have given me the advantage to build this bond immediately and that’s what it takes at college level playing and beyond.
Because soccer has always been an important part of my life, athletics, physical fitness and general nutrition and health have been too. I plan to focus on those aspects I’m so passionate about with a degree geared towards kinesiology and more specifically physical therapy or exercise physiology. I want these characteristics and passions of mine to be a priority in the rest of my life and in doing so help others to choose and improve upon a healthy and physically goal minded lifestyle. I have been preparing by taking science and medical related courses through out high school and have discovered how much I truly enjoy it and want to dedicate my 4+ years of higher education to this field of study.
I personally know what it is like to recover from athletic injury and have the patience and dedication to come back at full strength, to overcome loss time and time again for the chance of victory.