I’ve been playing volleyball since I was 10, when my dad pushed me to join the school team. I was resistant at first, but I quickly came to love the sport and joined my first club team that season. The days that I had practice were always my favorite and I was so excited every time I got a chance to play. Although the first club I played for was not as competitive, I improved my skills and love for volleyball there. But I needed more. After trying out all over Miami I was thrilled to be offered a spot on a great team, where I learned the Gold Medal Squared system and met girls that shared my passion and drive for the sport. I felt that, as the season progressed, we all pushed each other even harder to get better. Over the years I have learned the importance of being a team player and a hard worker.
I’m a firm believer in team first and try my hardest to be supportive of that culture on and off the court. I know I would be an asset to your team because I thrive under pressure and aim for a positive, no drama atmosphere. I feel that while improving myself, it’s just as important to help and support my teammates around me as well, since volleyball is a team sport above all else. I’ve seen teams that had more skilled players than their opponents lose because they did not play as a team.