During the spring of my 7th grade year one of my friends told me that I should play for the middle school soccer team. This changed my life because I’ve come to know and love soccer, and it has shown me so much. Soccer has changed my life majorly, and it has taught me many lessons through training, games, practices, and time spend with players and coaches.
Soccer has taught me many things about being part of a team, as well as who I am as a person and how I decide to do things. It has taught me not to think of myself all of the time, but to think of others and do things for them. I have always been a person who is willing to help others, but it has really shown me what being part of a group of people is really about.
My goal for soccer is to compete at the collegiate level. Playing soccer would complete my college experience, as well as help me grow as a person and a player all at the same time. I enjoy being part of a team and having a bond with all of the players and coaches involved. I’m willing to work hard during practices and always perform my best during games. I always show up on time or early so that things run smoothly.
Reaching the next thing is what I strive for. I earned All-Conference during my 2019-2020 high school soccer season. I’ve maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout my high school career. I have a conference title that I share with my coaches and teammates, as well as other cup wins. I enroll in the most rigorous courses my school offers to more prepare myself for a college level education. Reaching the next step is a big deal to me, and playing soccer collegiately is the path that I would love to follow.