Growing up in Germany as a military-child, I was introduced to the game of soccer of at a very early age. I remember being five years old and playing soccer everyday with my other childhood friends in Rhineland Pfalz. When we moved back to the States, I was fortunate enough to continue playing the game I had grown to love. Throughout my childhood, I continued to play soccer at the recreational level, until the age of 9 where I was introduced to travel/club play. Being an only child, playing soccer only was not only about the love of the game but also about developing friendships and relationships with my like-minded peers.
As I have grown older and have began to invest in state level training, my ultimate goal is to play soccer at the professional level. After my professional soccer career, I would like to become a soccer coach or trainer to help players like me develop their passion for the game. I am a good candidate for any team because my military-instilled character as well as my ability and willingness to learn new techniques to continue to sharp my skills for the game make me very coachable. What makes me different than other recruits is that I listen to coaches feedback and apply it to develop my game. What also makes me different is that I can play multiple positions well. I play starting winger for the Maryland State Olympic Development team, I play right back for my club and high school team, and I play goalie on my fustal team. I am a starter at all positions and enjoy seeing my team be successful.