Unlike other swimmers, I was introduced to swimming in a different way. I was seven years old and had Asthma. An unfortunately, I had to quit being active and was stuck at home. But, when swimming came into my life it took my Asthma away and I grew to love the sport. Swimming has given me the endurance, discipline, and leadership skills that will help me thrive in the future. I know I have the elements of a leader and the work ethic to advance in my goals and compete for a college team.
My goals in my swimming career are to continue growing with my teammates and as an individual in and out of the pool. I would make a good candidate for a team because I can bring strength and laughter, so that our team can accomplish our dreams, while having fun in the sport we love. I am different from other recruits because I am flexible, passionate, and resilient in my academics and my athletics.
High School Information
Years w/ Varsity:
2020 Varsity Team
Awarded Most inspirational Player
2019 Varsity Team
Freshman year was second in the 100 fly and third in the 100 back at State. Freshman year was also awarded top newcomer award and the Kingco Conference Athletic award from my high school.
State Champions in the 200 Medley and 400 Free Relays. Broke the Schools record in the 400 free relay freshman year. , State 3rd Place
Seasons of Club Experience:
2020 The Bellevue Club Swim Team (National )
2019 The Bellevue Club Swim Team (Senior performance )