Family and intensity. These are the cornerstones of my high school team and represent who I am as a player. Family means putting the team first, while holding myself and the team accountable. It was an honor to be named a captain following my sophomore season, and I plan on building upon the ideas of personal accountability and supporting my teammates both on and off the field. As a box to box left back, intensity, speed, and endurance are my strengths. I pride myself on being able to play the full ninety minutes at a consistently high level. I love putting in a perfect cross to my teammate as much as shutting down the opponent’s best player, or scoring a goal myself.
In college, I want to contribute meaningfully to the school as a leader both on and off the field. My ideal school would offer a top-tier academic environment that also places high value on athletics and becoming a well-rounded individual. I want a coach that will challenge me in order to help me reach my full potential and become both a better person and a better player. I want to compete at the highest level possible in whatever I do. Playing top level teams at the ENPL Playoffs was much more rewarding to me than dominating opponents from a lower level. As a player, I relish the challenge of playing against teams at the top levels and want to continue competing at the highest level possible in college.