My biggest collegiate goal is to go to a school that I get lots of playing time, while also being able to become a physical therapist/athletic trainer. I want to be a physical therapist because of an issue I had when I was growing up with my foot, and a physical therapist was able to help me get to 100% again. I want to be able to help others like me who want to play at a high level in sports overcome any obstacle. Plus I’ve always wanted to be a trainer. After college my goal is to play in the olympics. Academic wise what makes me different is that I went to high school as an 8th grader and did all high school classes, other than social studies and language arts, which were 8th grade level. That makes me different because I am doing hard/advanced classes while traveling every weekend for hockey, and keeping my grades up. Also academically, I am taking all honors/advanced classes. Athletic wise what makes me different is that I train on and off the ice everyday, I train with a trainer 2-3 times a week in season and 3-4 in the off season, and I train with a private lesson coach 2-3 times a week every week. Play wise I feel like I see the ice different than others, I see little details that others can't see. I also feel like my passing and shooting is accurate and hard. For me my character is one of my strengths I feel like I get along with everyone, and that I don't get frustrated easily. I also feel like I have a fun personality that gets along well with teammates/ coaches.