I became interested in softball at the early age of 3. I joined my local river league team and played tee ball and softball. After the first year of 10u, I had a feeling that I could be more. I tried out for a local traveling team, and made it, from there on I have been playing traveling softball.
I have learned many things through playing the great sport of softball. I have learned the value of teamwork and hard work, and always being there for each other. I have learned that I thrive and enjoy being with people that push me to a better player and a better person.
It is a very hard balance between school and softball, from the late practices and the tests the next day. You have to be able to manage your time wisely and be observant in class, to absorb as much as you can. In high school I want to manage a 4.0 GPA, take college courses my junior and senior year, and get a 30 on my ACT. In college, I want to manage a 3.5 or higher GPA, major in Exercise Sciences, Kinesiology, or Health Sciences, and be able to make it into a physical therapy program.