Soccer is, and will always be, an important part of my life. My closest friends are my teammates. My mentors have been my soccer coaches, they have taught me to work hard and to be a strong leader, whether that be on or off the field. Now, as I look forward to college, I know that the best fit for me would be to find a college that I can continue to play competitive soccer while earning a degree.
From 2015-present, I have been fortunate to play on a competitive travel soccer team, Kaos Fury. I was voted team captain by my Fury teammates our last 2 seasons. In 2019, I earned a spot on Northern California's Olympic Development Team. My freshman year in high school, I played on the Shasta High Junior Varsity team as a midfielder and was also selected as one of the team captains. My sophomore year, I was promoted to the Varsity team as starting midfielder. My sophomore year was very memorable, I played every game without being subbed out, and we went on to win the Section Title for our Division.
While soccer is my passion, I also know the importance of a good education. In high school I have always chosen Honors or AP coursework. In my sophomore and junior year I concurrently enrolled in college classes at Shasta College while attending high school. While I am still undecided on a major in college, I am leaning towards a degree in Mathematics.
I am also active in practicing my Christian faith. I attend Mass weekly and also volunteer once a month cleaning pews and vacuuming my Church. I believe having a strong faith helps to make me a better person. When I am not playing soccer I am either working my part-time job, snowboarding, spending time with friends or kicking a soccer ball around.