Hello - for years I've dreamed of playing hockey in college. I have watched my brother (Bozeman High 2019) go through the college recruiting process as a baseball player and ultimately earn a position academically and as a college player. I've seen the process and am very excited about the potential of being a student-athlete at a high-end school with a good and competitive women's hockey program. For now, I am focused on continuing to develop and hone my skills as a hockey player. I truly love the game and want to work for the skill-set required to play at a high level. I have had the opportunity to play both competitive (club/travel and high school) softball and hockey and have been considered an accomplished competitor in both sports - winning a state championship at the club softball level, lettering in softball as a freshman in spring 2019, and leading the Montana Amateur Hockey Association in scoring at the U14 Girl's Hockey level over multiple years.
I am interested in architecture and am an accomplished student who continues to push myself in the classroom as well. I am a past finalist for the Cook Scholarship in Montana, hold a GPA over 3.8 and am tracking for multiple AP courses over the next few years of high school.
My family has raised me as a "character counts" person and we continue to donate both time and money to those less fortunate and to be leaders in our community, at school, in church, and through charitable organizations.
I am a member of the Distributive Education Club of America (DECA), Young Life, and also do volunteer work for various non-profit organizations in my community.
I love God, my family (including my dog, Malloy), my friends, hockey, softball, and competition. I enjoy playing hard, being hard to play against, winning, contributing, teams, the thrill of a close game, being known as a competitor, challenges, and the fraternity of sports. Some of my best friends are from my state hockey team (Wildcats) and live in places far from my home town.
I look forward to the challenge of college hockey, college academics, and making a place for myself in a new community.