I am determined, motivated, and I set high-standard goals for myself. I maintain a 3.55 GPA, while driving myself to be the best soccer player I can be. No matter where I am, on or off the field, I'm willing to improve anything that doesn't live up to my self-expectations. I'm coachable, and am willing to oblige any theme coaches or athletes want to advise me. My determination stands out more than many. For example, I was the first girl from New Hampshire in a long time to be selected for the Eastern States ODP Regional Team with nobody at first to talk to, nor communicate with. I attended the camp determined and I focused on what I was there for. I knew the friends would come later.
Despite being in American camps, I also was invited to spend ten days in a soccer camp held for Malaga FC in Spain called Futbol Carrasco. Almost nobody there spoke my language. Lack of communication led to me to initially not understanding the drills or orders from the counselors. On top of that, the girls at hand had a completely alternate team shape and pattern of play. Learning to adapt in situations like this is vital to becoming a leader. Discovering new ways to communicate and comprehend drills in a foreign environment was stressful, but it grew me as a player in a way that not many girls get to experience. Given the opportunity to recognize different styles of play allows me to prove that I will be flexible, and a reliable teammate and student at your college. My leadership, confidence, and determination both on-and off the field divides me from other girls my age; which makes me a perfect fit for your university.