I became the athlete that I am today by my parents, who push me to be the best version of myself that I can be. My parents inspire me each and everyday to get better at volleyball, and to help others. I started playing volleyball in 5th grade when our community started a JO team for my age group. A soon as I heard about it I was interested in playing volleyball because I loved playing volleyball in gym class. I became interested in playing collegiate volleyball when I watched my very first every college volleyball game on the TV. Playing volleyball has taught me that winning can be fun and is great, but gaining experience, and getting better is what it is really about. Playing like you might not have another day is something that I have learned as well.
Some goals that I have for myself in high school is to make the All-Conference team, and gain friendships with girls from other teams that I would not have before. I have right now won All-Conference Academic. 2020 was my first year as a varsity member, and I was a starter. In the winter time I participate in club volleyball. Something about me in sports is that I am left-handed which I have found not many are. I have overcame many obstacles with little ankle injuries, and hurting my hip-flexor. In college I want to compete at the highest level that I can, and work hard as a player for a team. I am an honor student, and work hard to get good grades in school, and to succeed in sports.