Leading my high school team to their first CIF game in over 9 years, has been the highlight of my high school career so far. Even with this achievement, it was bitter sweet as we were not able to make it past our first game. This experience taught me how much more room for growth there is for me in my sport. I was able to focus on areas that I am not strong on and was, and still am, working on strengthening my skills, control, and technique. I am no stranger to loosing, which makes me value a win and constantly drives me to better myself and my teammates. Being named varsity captain as a freshman and Female MVP for hurdles, has allowed me to grow and share my athletic knowledge with others and has elevated my leadership skills.
My collegiate goals are 2 fold: 1st to graduate from a 4 year university with a 3.50 GPA or higher and the 2nd is to continue to play soccer through college.
I’m a great candidate for college soccer because I love the sport, teammates and my coaches. I give my 110% all the time and my dedication to the sport is only growing. I love how I am able to defend and support the girl next to me on the field and my relentlessness to be better for my teammates shows on the field. My dedication to my family, academics and my sport is stronger than most. I want to succeed in all of them and feel they are all intertwined and thus are all equally important to being a successful person.