I am a Senior forward/guard from Shaftsbury Vermont. I will graduate in the 2011 class; I have played Varsity basketball all 3 years in High School. When I made varsity my freshman year it was for a D1 defending State Championship team, and this school is also the biggest in the state of Vermont. Sense then I have played at Arlington. Although you might think the level of a smaller school isn't very competitive I found that I pushed myself to work very hard because in a big D1 school that i came from you have a team that mostly everyone is good but in a smaller school you have maybe 3 or 4 players that are good which in a way I found it to be harder and more challenging to play against other teams because you have to work harder. My freshman year we were the conference champs, and came 3erd in the state in our division. My sophomore year I got 2nd team All-Conference, All-League, and All-Area. My junior year we were again the conference champs and lost by one point in the semi final game! I also received 1st team All-Conference, All- League, All-Area, I was selected to be on the 2009-10 VBCA Dream Dozen team (12 best underclassmen players in the state), and I lead the league/division in scoring. I have attended a Syracuse Elite basketball camp and won All-Stars with around 200 other girls there and only 20 were selected. I am currently 154 points away from 1,000 points. I am always the first person to practice and the last person to leave the gym, and I always do things to improve my game.
For college I am leaning more towards a Big School with lots of people and I would love for it to be in the city but it does not have to be. I am trying to major in Criminal Justice or Sociology, as I do plan on being in the NYPD as a career. As far as where the college is I really do not care how far away from home it is, as long and I am competing in competitive basketball and as long as I am happy in class, and as long as I can connect with my teammates and more importantly with the coach.