I was born into a family of athletes, and being the youngest of five you get a lot of influence from the older siblings. They have all played collegiately and I believe that I have all the capabilities and skill to complete the legacy. When it comes to academics and athletics, I love it. I find joy in challenges. Whether it is staying up late to finish projects or waking up extra early for practices. Because those are opportunities of making myself better mentally and physically. What makes me a good candidate for your team? Well, I am a three sport athlete playing volleyball, basketball, and softball. I have been on my school’s softball varsity team since I was a freshman, upgrading to starting captain as a sophomore, but unfortunately not being able to finish my junior season due to Covid-19. However, I offer more than skills and great leadership. I am a great and encouraging teammate, I don’t strive to leave others behind, and my one goal for each sport I play is to create togetherness. I am a Native American from the tribe of Navajo. I live on the Navajo Reservation of the four corners. As a young Navajo lady, my biggest goal is to be a light unto to others. Most especially the younger girls because I know it is very difficult to get far from the reservation for there are drugs and alcohol in their families that limit their visions beyond high school and even sports. Shining in academics and athletics gives me that chance to do so, and it will be even greater to be a collegiate student athlete.