Soccer has been a part of my life ever since I can remember. I have always enjoyed watching and playing many other sports, but soccer is the one that constantly sticks with me. Even though I grew up kicking and running with a soccer ball, my first structured soccer began when I joined the Ohio Celtics around the age of 11. This point of my life was very crucial due to the fact that while I was on this club, I began to learn the true game of soccer and the importance of a good team chemistry and a hard-working attitude. One major goal I have for myself is to always strive for my best results on and off the field, whether it be at a team practice or in the classroom. With these last few years of high school coming to an end, I am going to work hard to put my body in its best physical condition and to improve my language arts/comprehension abilities.
Not to mention, with these recent years I have gained certain abilities in which I believe will make me a great candidate. I like to make the most of what I can when I go to team practices/trainings, mainly because I believe that if I do not give my all on that field that I will not become the best player that I can be. I am a consistent goalkeeper who always is shouting at his defense and when my team is having a bad game, I usually hold us in until the game is over. My years of hard work and knowledge of the game has made me into a game-saver and an effective player. And no matter what team I am playing on at the time, I always give everything that I got and I do it not only for bettering myself, but to better my team and encourage them to do their best as well. I am usually quiet off of the field, so not many coaches know how to criticize me, but I am all for constructive criticism and I believe that I will not improve unless a coach or a teammate informs me of my mistakes. As a whole, I believe I would make an excellent addition to any college team.