|High School Name||
|High School Graduation Year|
|Primary Sport Playing Position||
|Secondary Sports Playing Positions||
300 Hurdles & Long Jump
Track and Field
|Academic High School||
Sierra Vista High School
|High School GPA||
PSAT – 1200 Reading/English – 640 Math – 560
|Desired College Major||
I was born into a family where my parents knew nothing but sports. As a little girl, I wanted to play every sport I could. I started with soccer, loved it and out ran all the boys. I soon decided to try gymnastics. Little did I know, this sport would give me the base I needed to accomplish what I have today. Gymnastics was hard, long hours and extreme balance and coordination was a must. I was a level 8 and my body was hurting. I grew 5 inches in just 7 months. You don’t see very many tall gymnasts. The doctor said I wasn’t done growing so I knew it was time to hang the grips and move on. Volleyball wasn’t just a sport for me to try, it turned into my passion. I started playing in 8th grade and developed in one season what takes most players 3 years. Next thing I knew, I was on my High School Varsity volleyball team as a Freshman.
I love to travel and see new cities. Of course, going to the beach is always on the top of my list as well as going to the lake and wakeboarding.
|Favorite Pro Teams||
My father has always told us, no matter how good or bad they are, we are to be die hard San Francisco 49er fans!!!
|Favorite College Teams||
In my house, we always love watching any sport from BYU, Utah, UCLA and USC.
I love Sydney McLaughln. She was the youngest athlete at the Olympic Trials and ran the 400 Hurdles. I also love Kerri Walsh-Jennings. She loves volleyball so much that she is still playing sand.
|Favorite Sports Memory||
I was a freshman new at track and was always told not to expect much and maybe, if I worked hard, I could qualify for Regionals. There wasn’t a lot of pressure on me but I knew I could make it to Regionals. Before I knew it, not only did I qualify for Regionals, I took first place and was the only Freshman that made State Championships in the 300 hurdles.