I am a former college baseball player that played at a few different places. I started off at San Diego State University for my freshman year. After that I went to College of Southern Nevada for my Medical redshirt and my sophomore year. Then I went to play at Regis University for my junior and senior year where I received my Bachelors of Arts in Communications. Lastly, I went to go play my last and final year at West Texas A&M University where I also received my Masters of Business Administration. Throughout all these years I got to experience the recruiting process for DI, DII and Junior College.
The most rewarding part of working at NCSA is knowing that I can make a difference in the lives of the student athletes and their families and also being able to guide them in the right direction. Having been through this process a lot, I know that it is intense and stressful so being able to help is something that I love. This is a major decision in any student athletes life and I am thankful that I can be a part of making that process fun and easy.
Outside of working at NCSA I enjoy golfing, watching sports and also spending that quality time with friends and family. I currently reside in Denver, Colorado after just moving here from Las Vegas, Nevada.
Being a student athlete was very rewarding for me and I can’t wait to see it be rewarding for others.