|Club||Joe Torres, Nathan Rodriguez||Texas Bombers 14u Gold Torres||San Antonio||TX|
|High School||Poth High School - Carilee Bordovsky|
|Primary Position||Second Base|
|Secondary Positions||1B, SS, OF, RF, LF, SP, R, CF|
|Stance||Throwing arm||Vertical jump||Bench Press (max)|
USSSA Elite Selection 2017: http://www.usaeliteselect.com/usaes/PlayerLocker/#/?gdSport=32&PlaID=5462963
UIW Nike Camp 2016 MVP
Sydney is a Utility player, primary outfielder (Right, Left, then Center)/2nd base and Short Stop. She is a slapper and sees Charles Dismuke for 2 years. In addition she sees Lori Cook and Nick Ramirez for batting. Sydney also pitches and sees Bailey Watts. Plays Volleyball, basketball, track (sprinter, relay, long and triple jump) Member of National Junior Honors Society. Duke TIP qualifier. Numerous UIL awards/metals. Cheerleader (2 years Junior high), Student Council (2 years), Both plays and volunteers in our local Little League.
On Deck Metrics (ODM) - Speed: 10=1.6; 20=2.9; Shuttle=4.95; Bat Speed=60; Time to impact=0.156; Exit Speed=55; Over Hand Throw=57
Recruiting Site: https://sportsrecruits.com/sydney_kroll
USA Elite selection: http://www.usaeliteselect.com/usaes/PlayerLocker/#/?gdSport=32&PlaID=5462963
Bombers Recruiting Site: https://sportsrecruits.com/sydney_kroll
First of all I love the game and it has been my goal since I first started playing the game at the select level. The leadership, being part of a team, learning to deal with adversity are just a few of the things that I love about the game. I also like the personal battles, struggles and growth that this game has and is teaching me; it simply makes me a better person. As for playing in college and the recruiting process, it will only make me stronger and test my resolve to be the best student/athlete I can be.
Although still early in my career as a student, I have been part of the student council, a cheerleader for my Jr High and pride myself on being open and accepting to all. On my travel side I volunteered with my Blaze teammates at numerous events and love cheering for my sisters from either the field or the bench, whatever it takes to succeed is what I am willing to give.
Good health starts with good eating and dietary habits. Limiting the junk food in my diet is a huge part of my athletic regiment. Ensuring my time is devoted to study, training and sleep is a way of life and although currently I play multiple sports; once in college the demands will become even higher and even greater detail to nutritional habits will be crucial to my success. In addition, I work very hard in knowing my body, treatment and routines to keep myself it top condition. Even though playing through pain is the norm for an athlete; knowing pain versus injury is vital to staying on the field.
Volunteering and being visible to my community and those kids younger than me is the best way to impact the future. Giving time back is the greatest feeling in the world and as those that have come before me have impacted my life; I too what to be an impact to those that come after me. At school, we mentor younger grades, spend time reading and teaching the younger grades and work to include the younger kids into all of our programs and activities. I continue to stay involved in our local Little League and assist coaching the younger girls teams, assisting in the filed preparation and the running of our concession stands.
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