I am a former Division 1 Track and Field walk-on athlete at Colgate University. Growing up I had always wanted to play soccer in college, but living in Cortland NY, a town not known for soccer, I did not know how to navigate the world of college soccer recruitment. I played club soccer through college and moved on to play amateur soccer for clubs in the United States such as Boston Seige, FC Matadores, and Boston Rush. I have also had the opportunity to play amateur abroad in Greece for a team called Kouvaras.
Working with NCSA allows me to help current high school athletes learn how to navigate the complicated world of athletic recruitment for college sports, in order to ensure that they have the opportunity to take their talent to the next level. For many young athletes, a professional career is often the goal, and playing in college can be a very important step in player development and understanding of their sport. My hope is to help high school athletes in taking that first step towards a professional career by putting them in the best position possible to be seen by college coaches to get recruited.