I started playing softball when I was 5 years old. I played t-ball and then moved onto rec ball. I realized that I was developing in rec ball and eventually found my calling at travel ball. This is when I realized that I wanted to play softball at the collegiate level. I have been playing travel softball for 3 years starting at the age of 11. Since I began playing travel ball, I have worked extremely hard both on and off the field. I have developed into a solid player. Even though I consider myself a solid softball player, I am never opposed to learning new things. With this being said, I try to learn something new every day.
I believe that I have some great tools. This includes my strong arm, quick and powerful bat, and speed on the base paths for my size. I believe that I am a leader for my team. Both on the field and on the bench and I consider myself a motivating factor whether we win or lose. Because of these things, I feel that I can be an asset to any team that I am on.
My goals are to play collegiate softball at a school that challenges me both academically and on the softball field. I would like to play on the east coast, south, or mid-west of the country. I would not be opposed to exploring the idea of going to other parts of the country. I would like to concentrate my studies in the field of medicine. I know that I still have a lot of work to do both on the field and off the field but I am up for the challenge.