For fun, I enjoy spending quality time with my family and friends, whether we are making dinner or going out and trying new restaurants. Another fun fact is that I like to dance, and I stay active by exercising and participating on local baseball, softball and basketball teams. I like to watch suspense, drama, comedy, and sport movies and TV shows in my spare time. One thing I enjoy doing the most is travel. Growing up playing on traveling baseball teams, I was lucky to travel the nation, going to different states and seeing all of the great scenery that each state has to offer. This made me want to see the world. Thus, I have gone to St. Martin, Puerto Rico, Italy, Ireland, Paris and Mexico, with more to come.
Athletics have always been a way of life for me. I grew up watching my dad’s baseball games, and by age 3, I was on the diamond, learning the mechanics and interpersonal skills it takes to be a team player and leader. I was motivated. Baseball taught me to dream big, work hard, and think both smart and fast. These lessons carried over off the field. Sports taught me how to work with others as well as balance amiability and professionalism. I was fortunate to have coached high school varsity baseball and become a recruiting coordinator with NCSA, but I knew I wanted more. I strived for greater responsibility and credibility with an association possessing an elite reputation. I wanted to help to make the recruiting process the beginning of a successful journey and an unforgettable experience for a well-deserving student-athlete, which is why I am proud to be a part of the NCSA team.