My name is Alanis Fatigoni, I am sixteen years old and currently a Junior that plays for Tolleson; however, attends University High which was recently ranked within the top 10 high schools in Arizona for academic studies. I am a strong competitor when it comes to softball and I am dedicated and respect the sport. I made the junior varsity softball team my freshmen and sophomore year and lead my team in hits and stolen bases. I was recognized as the Offensive Player of the Year for the JV team both years. I want to play college softball to continue to develop my athletic skills and ultimately obtain my degree in the medical field. Attending college will help me have a positive impact on society that can help people in need and ultimately give back and make a difference in my community.
I am not going to say I am the best at softball. I am not going to say that I am more passionate about softball than anyone else, because these things are not true. But I can say that I am more passionate about softball than I was a year ago. I can say that I have worked harder than I worked a month ago. I can also say that I am faster and stronger than I was a week ago. Every practice, workout and softball drill I complete helps me become a better athlete and team member. I consider myself an athlete that can bring speed, agility and most importantly; respect and passion for the sport, hard work, sacrifice, and dedication to your softball program.
My athletic goals are to play softball in college at a competitive level and to have a great college coach that will mentor me and mold me to be the best softball player I can be. I also hope to volunteer my time and participate in softball clinics and camps to be an inspiration to younger softball athletes that have the same dreams and goals that I have.