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Niskayuna High School
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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

Playing softball in college has always been my goal because softball is my passion and I don't want to imagine just stopping. I love the competition and the rush of a close game. Most importantly I love the people you meet and the bonds you form from the sport. Softball gives you sisters for life. College softball seems challenging as you need to balance practice, away games and school, but I'm always up for a challenge.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

As a pitcher, I'm a natural leader on the field and in field hockey, I'm a goalkeeper, both pitching and goaltending can be stressful positions knowing the team is counting on you to also perform at your best. Off the field, I am a camp counselor, so I'm a leader to my campers and the younger staff members. In school, I am a very good student and my peers know that so I often end up taking the lead on group projects and make sure everyone stays on task.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I stay fit all year by playing softball year round and doing field hockey in the fall. Field hockey keeps me in great shape with all of the running. During the field hockey offseason I will often go for runs. Our team did conditioning classes this winter to keep us all in good health.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I went on a Habitat for Humanity trip over February break with a youth group from my church. We were able to meet the family the house was for and after hearing their story we realized just how important this was. The family was so grateful for our work and it felt extremely rewarding knowing that we've made a huge difference in these peoples lives. I also help organize a religious retreat for other teens and that retreat can have a huge impact on the people who go on it as they often have a stronger faith and try to be better, kinder people.

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