I'd like to further my education through college and study psychology and sports management in order to hopefully coach the sport of volleyball as well as start a career as a therapist for kids who need help and hope. I've always been intrigued by mental health and mental recovery. I have been one before who has struggled with mental health and has a burning passion to help others and let them know they aren't alone and they can overcome this disease that takes over their minds.
Volleyball is a game of trust, bond, teamwork, understanding and being there for each other when something doesn't go to plan. It's like your second family. After changing highschool teams my sophomore year and everyone on our team working hard and together we have gone on to win the state championship, midwest regionals, national championship, and have been undefeated the whole time with a record of 53-0 Even though we are a “homeschool team” as most of the people say about us we have managed to crush the stereotype and beat some of the best public and private school teams in and around our area.
I'd like to find a college that offers a comforting and homelike atmosphere as I'm a little bit of a homebody but i'm always up for trying something new and adjusting to changes if i have too. I'd also like to attend a college with a christain based program and opportunities to fellowship with other believers my age living on campus. Volleyball wise I prefer being pushed out of my comfort zone as much as possible and working my butt off in order to get to the top. Coachable wise, I've been told I'm like a sponge and just suck up all the information and apply it all on the court and take corrections very well. Although I'm hard on myself when I make mistakes I've never had an attitude against teammates or coaches. I just want to play the game I grew up loving.