My ultimate goal throughout this recruiting process is to find the perfect fit both academically and athletically whether it be DI, DII, or DIII. I have an great love and desire for the game which I believe separates me from most other players. My lacrosse IQ is different from most other goalies, I went from being an attacker to a midfielder to defense back to attack back to defense then stepping up to play in goal when my travel teams goalie got hurt. Being that I played every position I understood the field better and was able to make smarter, faster, and more efficient plays. After picking up the Goalie stick I knew that this was something I wanted to stick with through out the rest of my high school and potentially college career. I am a natural born leader and that plays a significant role in the communication I have with my teammates both on and off the field. The most important thing I have picked up over these past three years in goal would be the the mental preparedness and toughness you need to have to have success in this position. The mental part of the game is why I love it so much, nothing compares to that feeling of being completely pummeled right on your door step. It's the absolute worst but you have to keep your head up stay positive and have a short memory and just focus on the next shot, the next play, and the next clear. My best and worst qualities about my self is my insane drive and competitiveness on and off the field; I always strive for better and never settle for anything less because there is always room for improvement. My Dad works 3 different jobs along with my mom also working a full-time job just so they can afford the best for me and my 3 other siblings. With the help and encouragement of my family I have been able to accomplish the Skys limit.