The best part of my high school career so far has been going to the third round of the state playoffs as a freshman. My freshman season was where I learned my true love for the game. I broke my right ankle and had to stay out for half of the season. That is when I learned my life would not be the same without soccer. I've been playing soccer since the age of three. I have played club for 4 years and started on my varsity team as soon as I was healed from my ankle injury. Coming back from that injury was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do but it has been totally worth it.
I think what makes me different from other recruits is that you never have to ask me to do my best because I give it not only in games but in practices. I am coachable and am willing to do whatever it takes to improve as an athlete.
I want to continue my soccer career in college. I want to attend a school where I can not only be an impact player but also become part of a team family. I want a coaching staff that values hard work and integrity. In a college I am looking for smaller class sizes because I learn better in a more personal environment. My ultimate goal is to become a physical therapist.