Every young athlete has a goal, and mine is to become a starting forward on a Division 1 or 2 college soccer team. On the field I am tough, aggressive and determined to help lead my team to victory. The word “quit” is not in my vocabulary. I give it my all during every practice and game. I believe in earning playing time, so I am always trying to show my coaches and teammates what a devoted and reliable player I am. I would make a good addition to any team because I still feel as if the “sky is the limit” in terms of how good I can get. Just turning 14, it seems that the harder I work on skills, conditioning and making my body stronger, the more results I am getting. The mental part of the game is equally important. This is a strength. When the going gets tough, I typically elevate my game even further.
I do my best to maintain excellent grades and relationships with my teachers in school. I understand that the balance between academics and athletics requires good discipline and good prioritization skills that are developed well before college begins. Academically I intend on obtaining a degree in international business so that I can follow through with my other great passion, travelling.