My aspiration is to go forward into softball, and making sure I get the highest education I can, and able to go forward with my career, which is the medical field. When I was younger and began playing softball, I knew that I was going to go forward into this sport, and had a high passion for softball. Softball is a sport that I will never stop loving, but I also have a big heart, and love helping out people. I have a very high interest for learning about the human brain, and to be in a procedure to cure somebody. When I am looking into schools, I am interested in a school that is able to push me to my highest potential, and stimulates my interests socially. I am interested in a school that has a very competitive athletic program. My passion for softball is very high, and I would love to spread my passion for softball in college. For softball, I am currently competing at a competitive high school, and perform at excessive rates. Softball is the sport that I put in 110%, and work my hardest. One day, I hope to play professional softball, and love the game even more.
When I am playing softball, I am a leader to my teammates. I am flexible with other players, and very fast with my reactions. I am also very dynamic, and play multiple positions as well. I have a very high advantage of being a quick learner, and bringing my full abilities and talent to the team! My current positions for softball are right field, center field, left field, second base, shortstop, and third base!
When I step onto the softball field, I make sure that my team is put forward before myself so as a whole, we are able to succeed. Recently, I have played in many softball showcases such as Team NJ, TNT Showcase, Clearwater Beach Showcase in Florida, Colorado Firecracker, and Atlanta Legacy with my team, NJ Inferno 16U Nationals. When I am playing on the field with the words "Inferno" on my chest, I want to make sure that I am selling myself successfully, and being the best player on that field. I have received many awards for having high-honor roll for the whole year, and remaining a 4.0 GPA while playing at a high competitive level for softball.