Rochester High School
height: 6'3" weight: 190
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|Position(s)||Third Base, Out Field, Pitcher, Relief, Closer|
Teams & Coach Information
I was in Club U Freshman year, and volunteered to do lots of community service. I am currently not in Club U, but do plan on being in it during my Senior year. I actually really enjoy helping people in any way I can, whether it be getting paid to do so, or not. I was always raised and taught to help people whenever they need it, so that others may live a better life and have more to live for.
On the field, I like to motivate and encourage my fellow teammates by helping them in whatever they need help in. I'm always the first to volunteer whenever my coach or a fellow teammate needs help. Off the field, I help other people with their personal lives. I strive to help other people lead better lives. At work, I help people whenever they need it and I always make sure I am ahead of the game so that my managers are looking at me as a leader.
As a student-athlete, I workout daily, with breaks sometimes on the weekend for work, open gyms, and community service. I have a personal trainer who trains me specifically for baseball, and even a few workouts for soccer. When I am not training with him, or working out by myself, I help my trainer by cleaning his gym/workout area completely. Also, I believe eating healthy is a crucial part of staying on top of my game. In my career, I have always practiced good sportsmanship, which I believe is one of the most important aspects of a healthy athletic performance.