At this point in my High School career, I am very unsure of my college major. I have many majors in mind but have not completely decided on one major. Although my major is undecided I have known since I was very young that I always wanted to play at the highest performing level of soccer that is possible. Currently I am pushing the limits in my own club and have recently joined in on the ODP experience. My club team has noticed my persistence at practices and games and has even recommended me to a new Midwest team, CIE. This team takes the best players from 5 different clubs to form a super team. My high school soccer experience began a lot earlier than others. I was spotted by my own high school coaches in the summer of 2014, as a 7th grader to be. Since 7th grade, I have attended high school summer practices and been invited to high school summer tourneys. This whole high school special honor was all great until the summer before my freshman year of high school. I was attending a summer tourney with the team when my foot was stepped on and later found to broken. Later on in that season, as my recovery was ending, I was beginning to gain back lost skills and I broke the other foot in a small team scrimmage at practice. The entire healing process of both feet totaled up to be 6 and 1/2 months causing me to miss my entire freshman high school season. After my final medical check up to clear me to play in November 2016, I quickly decided I needed to live on a soccer field for the remaining months of spring and summer. If I ever wanted to reach the same level I had been, I would need to put constant pressure on myself. Club soccer only pushed me harder as I quickly realized that I had lost most of my talent. The high school season after my injuries, fall of 2017, high school practices started and my coaches made small comments that I came back from my injuries better than I had been. I have since been pushing myself harder and further to overcome my injuries. I have been involved in my high school team, my club team, ODP, and now CIE. I look forward to continuing my training and development on the next level to see how far I can push myself.