Sports have always been an essential part of my life. Growing up, I could always be found on the football field, the basketball court or the baseball diamond. Everything I’ve accomplished, personally and professionally, was made possible by the lessons learned playing sports.
After my days as a competitive athlete had come to a close, I continued to apply these lessons and carry my love of sports to my everyday life. For eight years, I worked as a sports analyst out of Madison, Wisconsin, and I’ve been at NCSA going on two years.
I joined NCSA with the goal of helping young people achieve their dreams of playing at the collegiate level, something that I didn’t have the benefit of doing. Every day I have the opportunity to talk with families across all walks of life and am able to educate student-athletes during the recruiting process, ensuring they have the knowledge to maximize their potential, both academically and athletically. I’ve had so many memorable conversations that it’s hard to pick a favorite from my time here, but helping those that are truly in need of direction and guidance or those that are going through personal/financial hardships are the conversations that are going to stick with me for a long time.
When I’m not working at NCSA, you can find me at home on my family’s dairy farm in Wisconsin, cheering on the Packers and Badgers, boating on Lake Wisconsin, in the woods hunting or on the road exploring the world.