My academic aspirations are high. I want an undergraduate in criminal justice or business, and a postgraduate of corporate law. As for my athletic ambitions, I always have little goals for myself in a season, practice, or game. An example would be goals allowed or save percentage. I achieve these goals by exceeding my own expectations. Yes, physicality and skill play a large part in that. However, the mental side plays a greater part. That is what's great about this beautiful game, it's always changing, causing teams and players to adapt every second of every game. In all, it comes down to how mentally strong a player is. Adversity, knowledge, passion, grit, and creativity are all the characteristics that make a mentally strong player. As for myself, I'm always learning whether from coaches, teammates, and especially professionals.
Ultimately I want to win games and championships more than anything. However, I do understand what it's like to lose, as well as how to bounce back from a loss. I know what changes need to occur to get a team to win some silver.
I look at schools for their coaching, can you inspire a team? Push a team to the next level? I also look at team cohesion. I've been around this game to know that if players cant trust each other, very little can be achieved. In all I want a to be on a team that can push me to be better and I can push others to be better.