I was introduced to wrestling at a young age and didn’t really think of it as much more than a fun sport that my dad wanted me to learn. That mindset stayed with me for a long time. However during high school, I realized that wrestling could be so much more!
My sophomore season was rough. I was very disappointed in myself and knew that I could be more. I promised myself that I wouldn’t feel that pain again. That off-season I hit the grind to become better. I went to every tournament that I could find, pushed myself to seek out harder practice rooms, and went to the best camps in the country. I faced my fears at JRob’s 28 Day Intensive Camp in July 2019. All the work that I put into making this dream of mine come true, made me refocus my goals and aspire for more.
At school, I lead others by example, I offer support to my teammates, and I consider myself a dedicated student. It is imperative that my college have an accredited Exercise Science/Physical Therapy program or Nursing program. I am a student first and an athlete second.