My name is Tabitha, and I am a 5'8 outfielder/catcher. It's always been my dream to play at the softball collegiate level, since the first time I stepped onto the field when I was 10 years old. The first game I've ever played I fell in love with the game, and knew this is what I have been waiting to do my whole life. I've played many positions but I felt more myself playing in the outfield. But in addition to that, My freshman year my coaches started working with me to become a catcher because I have very fast responses to game plays, and a very good arm. And just like that I loved catching also. I've learned very many lessons, and overcame a lot of obstacles which were not easy, but I pushed through them as hard as I could and never gave up. I've learned to be tough, resilient, and a smart player. I am very focused on my goals I have set for myself, and plan on building up on my goals as the years go by. I have worked really hard to get to where I am today, and I am going to continue to work my hardest.
In addition, academics are highly important to me. I want to attend a college that will challenge me academically as well as one that helps me down my path to pursue my dream career. Physical Therapy, and Healthcare services are where my interests lie in my dream career. In middle school I was placed in an IB program, that later on helped me get ahead in math and learn what it takes to be pushed to be the best you can do. In high school I have taken an AP class and I have been enrolled in honors classes, I am also still taking honors classes, with a current GPA of 3.78 out of a 4.0 GPA. I maintain an A, B honor roll. In school I have been taught many life lessons and important lessons. It has taught me to be mentally tough, and to be competitive. And not only do I use that as a student but as well as being an athlete. I may be strong academically, but I am an athlete that is very dependable, highly coachable, competitive, and the best of all a very well team player, that will add value to the team and to your school.