When it comes to Volleyball, all I want to do is play. I play because it is fun and I love the comradery the sport brings. My goal is to grow and become a better player through hard work, communication, and dedication.
Winning is not everything, however, playing with my team when everyone is on point during the game is a phenomenal experience and even better than winning could ever be. I have been told many times that I am easy to coach. I listen, I observe, and I communicate; that is what makes a great asset to any team.
I'm willing to play any position to benefit my team. I started playing Volleyball in middle school. The experience playing as I moved up to a libero helped me to excel as a setter. The best part of being a setter is helping my teammates look great on the court.
I give my best during every practice and I do my best to improve my skills at any chance I get. I listen when my teammates provide feedback for any flaws. I receive and give constructive criticism when needed in a professional manner. With both of my parents serving in the military, and moving around; it has made it easier for me to adapt to my surroundings, situations, and people.