My collegiate goals and aspirations are to be the best volleyball player I can be by learning from the experience of my coaches. I am a good candidate for a college level volleyball team because I am willing to work as hard as possible to get better and I use feedback as a way to improve my skills and playing. I have been told by my coaches that I am the person to run through a wall to get the ball because my hard work and hustle outshines the rest. Being a libero is a large responsibility on the court, to be the loudest on the court, guide the team to success, and be a leader, is a job and honor that I have been given. I do my best to succeed and help my team reach success as well, through not only my work ethic, but my energy and personality because out of the five s's of sports, spirit is the greatest. This makes me different from other recruits because not only do I focus a large part of my life on volleyball but I also focus on family and school. I balance my life very well as these three aspects are very important in my life.
My character is one of great honesty and hard work as I work hard for others and myself and I balance my athletics and academics in order to prosper in both fields. I am academically prospering with honor and AP courses as I have been playing Varsity volleyball since freshman year. I look to be a well rounded student athlete with good relationships with others through friendship and a balanced family life. I believe that in order for a person to be successful in life, they must know how to manage their time well and be an overall balanced person. I display these qualities through my hard courses and volleyball work ethic, while also maintaining my social life and other relationships as well. I am honored to play the sport of volleyball, and hope to continue give a part of me, and who I am as a player, to volleyball in the years to come.