In 2012, I was a little girl who didn't have a clue about how to swim, but jumped into a pool hoping to learn, and once I did, I fell in love with the feel of the water as you glided through it. Ultimately, this led to my parents deciding to let my brother and I join a swim team, a decision that decided the next few years of my life, and allowed me to live a life that is filled with the sport that I am passionate about.
In college, I’m absolutely sure that I would like to swim, and I'd like to do it all 4 years. I completely love the sport, and I don't want to go to a college without it. I am also a little interested in the criminal justice and medical fields, but because I am still young, I don't have my heart set on anything yet, and so I am open to plenty of fields.
I am a social person, and I tend to get along with lots of different kinds of people. I learn quickly from others, and I think that would be an important asset to have in college. Also, in the athletic department, I have won many events at Junior Olympics, and even Western Zones, and have reached the Sectionals, and even Futures level of competition in my 100 breaststroke. Academically, I have held a 4.0 GPA throughout all my grade levels, and I think that all these factors would make me a great college student-athlete.