Everybody starts off telling you the best part of their career is when they won this championship or that trophy. I’m going to tell you that my team’s biggest accomplishment was winning two games in a row...our last two games of the year when we had only one other win that season. So getting the team to play together, helping to lead the Bobcats to two games where we scored more goals than the whole season combined is our biggest achievement...yet. It was only my freshman year, so we have time to add to our success. With my leadership and drive, I am going to make it a reality.
As an attacking center mid, you can’t be afraid to get physical, and I’m not. I went after every ball in my area, and some that weren’t. If you were at the game, it was my voice you could hear leading the offense or maneuvering the defense as we tried to get a stop. I can be seen pointing to where my teammate should be and kicking a perfect pass to allow them to keep heading towards the goal with no break in their stride. Then I’m sprinting ahead to help, get open, or possibly get the pass back to reverse it. I’m the one that started every varsity game this season, the only underclassmen to do that on our team. Sometimes you have to persevere in tough times. You can’t get down on yourself on your teammates, you just have to work harder in the sport that you love. As a two sport athlete and a varsity show choir member, a good work ethic is what I live by. My grades are outstanding and I want to continue that love of soccer while earning my degree. I have the knowledge of the game and am fortunate enough to be a great student. I can handle the pressure of being a student athlete. I want to help my collegiate team be successful and hopefully that means championships, but I can also help build a team so that we can work our way to the top.