Since I learned how to dribble a basketball, I was on the court every single chance I could get and I want to continue playing on the court as long as possible but I once read that "basketball is not who you are, but what you do," and this quote stuck with me because it showed me that basketball is an opportunity to growth in life. I am great candidate for any team because I can learn new positions if need be, I show leadership on and off the court, and I have a high IQ for the game. The factor that makes me different than other recruits is my ability to manage my studies and basketball while being heavily involved in school activities. I love playing the game and getting better. I play small forward and I have grown in my athletic ability once I realized that "quality is better than quantity." I hope that I stick out as a player who enjoys the game and wants to achieve her goals while getting a college degree.
In college, I want to pursue either sports management or education. My grandparents were both teachers and I have loved interacting with students since I was little. I have wanted to be a teacher since I was young and I think that would be a great career for me. I found that making a life balance between basketball and academics has made my life wonderful. I have a 4.0 gpa with many honors classes in the past as well as one AP class and I continue to keep my grades sharp because I know that academics is a major part of my choice in college.