I have always been a multisport athlete from a very young age. I played Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Track, Cross country, Swim team, and gymnastics. I actually stop playing sports for a couple years until six grade when I went to a school that offered soccer, I only tried out because all my friends did and I didn't realize that soccer would be something that I want to do at a college level. I started playing soccer again and I fell back in love with it, I joined a rec team when I was in seventh grade and then a competitive team in eighth grade. During my sophomore year of high school was when I really pushed myself to be the best and I trained on my own every weekend, but when it came to my high school season in the spring I got a knee injury, I had inflamed knee tendons and an overuse injury, I was out for more than half of the season, but as soon as the doctor cleared me to start doing physical therapy I started right away I worked really hard to get back to playing and by doing so I got cleared early and got to play on the last five games. By playing soccer I have learned that even though something doesn't go your way and you get injured you just have to push through it and work ten times harder to become better and there is always something new to learn about the sport, I have been playing for twelve years now and I still love the sport and I am still learning how to improve.