Soccer for me isn't just a sport I play, it is my passion. I fell in love with the sport during my fifth-grade year when I was pulled up to play middle school soccer, I played stopper and loved it. I found myself being a leader with the defense. Being pulled up my eighth-grade year of soccer I started as a striker and was worried that I wouldn't like it as much as I did defense. I found myself loving the striker position. From my eighth grade year to sophomore year, I found myself playing mainly striker. My junior and my senior year so far I found myself back into the defensive style of game. I have played everywhere on the field and know how to correctly do the job of each. The advantage of playing at a small school is that you know how to play everywhere. I have learned so much from being captain this season. I have learned that it takes everyone to work as a unit to be able to succeed, that it is important to stay positive for your team when they are down, that being a leader is more than just a title, its taking responsibility for your actions, being a role model for the younger players. and so much more. I have always wanted to compete at the next level to continue my passion for soccer. I know that I can compete. I want to further my skill because there is always room for improvement, I want to be the best soccer player that I can be.