|Club||Steve Eaton||Team Colorado||Denver||Co|
|High School||Walt Weiss|
|Stance||Throwing arm||Vertical jump||Bench Press (max)|
I was selected to one of two Team Colorado teams for Jr Olympic qualifying tournament that traveled to West Palm Beach, FL the summer of 2011. I caught the first game and played shortstop every inning the next 6 games.
I will have the honor of playing with Team Colorado's 18u travel team this fall. We well be playing all over the country in front of college coaches from D1 to JC. Im excited for the opportunity to play with a great program and under a great coach in Steve Eaton. I will be putting up the travel schedule up when I get it. The stats are from this past summer.
Having passed my Eagle Board of Review in February of 2012, I am officially an Eagle Scout now.
Off the field, my involvement with the Boy Scouts of America, including my Eagle Project in September of 2011, has allowed for my leadership qualities to not only grow, but also allowed them to be put to the test. Over the course of 10 months I organized over 30 volunteers to re-landscape the entrance to Double Angel Baseball Fields in Parker, Colorado (www.doubleangel.org).
On the field I seem to always find myself in positions of leadership, whether leading the batting line up or leading the defense from catcher or short. I thrive in these leadership roles, official and self-made.
Healthy athletic performance to me means to keep my both my body and mind at their highest potential. As a student athlete I believe that to truly reach the potential of your performance you must not only focus on the athletic side but also the academic side of student athlete.
I have been involved with many service opportunities in the Denver community over the past few years. Troop 345 is my Boy Scout troop and I have volunteered to build benches for various needs, work downtown at the homeless shelters, in soup lines, and also help with numerous Eagle Scout Projects. I also have provided community service through my high school, Regis Jesuit, by committing two weeks of volunteer service assisting teachers at a local elementary school working with kindergardeners in need of a strong male role model. Community service work is important to me because I believe that helping the community around you helps others and helps you grow stronger as an individual.