My goal is to be part of a focused college softball family that is fueled by a passion for the game. I hope to pursue a Health Science major because one of my biggest passions is helping the community I live in as well as others around the world.
I will graduate High School in the spring of 2020; however, I will not attend college until the fall of 2021 so that I can complete the Army Reserve Basic Military Training and Advanced Individual Training. I plan to train and serve in the Army Reserves as a Combat Medic in order to travel the world and pursue my passion in a variety of ways. Being a part of the Reserves allows me to continue my education full-time while achieving my goal of playing college softball.
I understand that as a student-athlete as well as Military Reservist "putting in work" will apply to all aspects of my life. I lead by example through attitude and effort. Every practice and every game is an opportunity to challenge and motivate myself and those around me. The integrity and loyalty of my softball sisters are values I cherish. I do not play for myself, I play for my team. One unit, one goal.