Everyday in practice I show up before expected and stay long enough to get extra work in. Setting me apart from other players is not a difficult task. In the many years I’ve been playing the sport I’ve had to get rough and tough, and give my heart and soul to the game to get the spots I earn. My volleyball game is not perfect, no one has a perfect game, but the one thing that sets me apart is that I will give my body and soul to the game of volleyball, to my coaches, and to my team. Every time I walk onto the court, no matter what year it is, or who is on my team I aspire to be a leader. Not a drill sargent, but someone that picks up other people that get down on themselves. In my years of volleyball, I always keep this in mind, your team is only as good as your worst player. Every single year I make it my mission to help out the other players and in return they help me improve my confidence in the game.