My goal is to play college soccer. What makes me a good candidate for their team is my work ethic. When I was playing in Park District soccer, I was 6 years old. The coaches contacted my parents and told them that I was on the wrong soccer program. They suggested going to travel. When I was with Three Rivers Soccer I played on a U10 team when I was 7. I had to work my way from my park district level to their level which was 3 years higher than mine. When I was 12 I played on a U14 team because the coaches wanted to give me more competition. I was so excited when they asked me. In my own time I worked on building myself up to their level. Finally, my parents decided I needed more competition so, my parents brought me to Chicago Inferno. The girls on Chicago Inferno were so much faster, quicker, stronger physically and mentally. I had to mentally get myself ready. I started going to speed and agility the days I didn't have practice and at practice I would push myself more than any person on the field. When people were relaxing I was training. I would go in my basement or outside. I push myself to get better everyday. Now, I currently play for Eclipse Select Soccer Club ECNL. One of the most dominate parts about me is that I have a very good shot and cross. My spacial awareness on the field allows me to stand out. Me as a player will do anything I can to get to the top level. I as a player, have worked myself to have the mental preparation to prepare myself for any challenge and any game. Not many players have that. Being mentally prepared to react for any ball and at any split second is crucial. I know how to train my brain from going to a relaxed mode to having my adrenaline kick in. A person who hungers for the ball. A person who gives a fight to win it. I am different from other recruits because I spend hours working to fix parts of my game that need work. I am always looking for a way to improve. As an athlete, I work hard even when no one is watching and I give my all on and off the field. In academics, I am a straight A student in all Honors classes. I work just as hard on my grades as I do on the field.