When my twin sister, Sarah, and I started playing softball, we immediately fell in love with it. The whole idea of the game, the mentality of a softball player, and the dynamic of a good team were part of us. As we got older, we naturally gravitated towards our positions and kept learning. When we found out that people play softball in college, that became our dream. From that point on, we have worked hard to make this dream a reality. As a pitcher who has grown up with a catcher, I understand that they are the most selfless players on the field. As a first baseman, I also understand the importance of having my pitcher's back, defensively and emotionally. Though, no matter where I am in the field, there is nothing like the magic of hitting a homerun. In the classroom, I know how hard I have to work to be worthy of the type of school I'd like to go to, and I am interested and hard working enough to get there. My goal is to contribute to a competitive softball team at a highly academic university where I can study biological sciences/pre-med and ultimately become an Interventional Radiologist. My sister and I are lucky to have each other on the field, at school and at home. While we know it may not be possible, achieving this goal together would be a dream.