Being a goalie means a lot more to me than just being a goalie. It means being dependable on and off the field. As a teammate, I work hard to communicate with my defense, make the save, create insight into field transitions on the clear, and fully recover if necessary. My aggressive style of play is a large factor that makes me a good prospect. A couple of qualities that set me apart from other recruits are my observation to detail and how I find motivation in recovery. My build, quickness, and stick work are also major keys that make me a suitable contender for a spot on a coach's roster.
My collegiate goals include playing for a highly competitive team with high academic expectations. Off of the field, I am known for my coachability, leadership, and academic performance. I have a 4.7/5.0 GPA in school and am taking 6 AP courses. I am my school's first junior student body president, which is a big responsibility. I participate in my school's Model Virginia General Assembly, Spanish Honor Society, Best Buddies, and Red Cross Club. I volunteer at my community's food assistance center. I am in my school's mentor program, to help new students adjust to a new school. And I'm now coaching grade school players, which should be a lot of fun!