I started my career playing co-ed T-ball at the early age of four, then at nine started playing softball. When I turned ten I joined a travel team where I played softball at the highest level in Georgia. To be able to pursue my education and play softball at a great University has always been a goal of mine. I am a three sport scholar athlete with a 4.0 GPA, while taking rigorous courses. Having a good education is very important to me as I plan to study business marketing. Although I play softball, basketball and run track and field, softball has always been the sport I found to be the most desirable. Being left handed, I play 1st base and outfield for my high school and travel team (The Atlanta Vipers'04 Palazzo). I am considered a left handed power hitter. Playing varsity softball, I have been named 2X all-county, all-region player for my high school team, I was named player of the month for the county, and broke the county record with the most doubles in one season. Also, as a freshman of my high school team I had the honor of receiving "Defensive Player of the Year". In 2017 I was proud to receive The Atlanta Vipers' top award, The Stephanie Philips Award. One of the most memorable experiences was when I was invited (1 of 100 in the nation) to the inaugural trailblazer series in 2017 and also in 2018 (1 of 60 in the nation) to the Breakthrough Series, both sponsored by Major League Baseball and USA softball. It was an all expense paid trip to Compton, California. I met several USA softball players and coaches and we participated in seminars, high level softball instruction, mentoring, and played competitive softball games. Most recently, I was selected to participate on the America's USA softball team that will be traveling to Spain this summer (2019) to play softball against girls from other countries. Although I have a busy schedule, during the summer I enjoy volunteering with the Police Athlete League (PAL) program for underprivileged, high risk youth. Having good character, athletics and academics are great attributes to have and instill in our youth. Ultimately, I believe it is important to give back to others what so many people have given to me. I am excited about my future and look forward to playing softball in college.