My start at travel softball began at 9 years old. Ever since, I’ve wanted to play college softball. My goal is to graduate high school with a G.P.A. of 3.3 or higher, get accepted into a College with a strong Physical Education, Biology, Physical Therapy or Health background, and play College softball at a high level. My biggest strength in softball is my speed thanks to the Speed and Agility training that started when I was 11 years old. I've been told that I have great range in the outfield and cover a lot of ground. I have also started to increase my power with strength training such as squats and dead-lifts. It all adds up! Another strength I have is, I love the game of softball. I play soccer and basketball, but I work on my softball skills all year. I even fill in for other teams when my own team does not have a game or tournament. On my travel team currently the (Glens Falls Titans-Blue), I am seen as a leader. I typically play CF, but I also play 2b and SS. We are like sisters, as we travel all over the East Coast together! It's not always just softball, we spend time at the beach together, go to concerts, or go out to eat at cool restaurants as a team. In regards to my family, I am the oldest child. I often help my youngest sister at her practices and I've found that I really like to coach. I think that's what I'd like to do at some point after College. Maybe even at the High School or College level. In college, I plan to study either Biology, Health, Physical Therapy, Physical Education or Athletic Training. In high school I’ve really enjoyed my Science, Health, and Physical Education classes. When deciding a college for me, I’m not set on an division, I want to go where I can share the love for the game. I want to continue to gain lifelong friendships through the game of Softball.