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Microsoft Kenwood League of Legends Weekly Tournament- Consistently 3rd place;
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I want to be recruited to play esports in college because i am very passionate about esports as a player as well as a spectator and fan. I also think that working in the esports industry is a very viable career path and i believe that going into college being involved with esports is a very good way to get a feeling for the industry and see if its right for me.
Early into my Junior year my friends and I realized that there was a large following for esports and competitive gaming. We were also blessed to have a local esports journalist entrepreneur as a student teacher at the time to help direct us to start a League of Legends team and make esports a large part of Fenwick athletics. We had also realized that many of our friends, who were foreign exchange students, played these competitive games but have isolated themselves from the rest of the class, this is partly due to the fact that a large majority are not allowed to play sports for the school. This lead us to make our biggest decision as a club yet. The decision was to register Bishop Fenwick Esports as a club and reject possible school funding we would have received by registering as a sport. We did this to offer a way for the exchange students to have a place they can connect to people they can relate to. Being a club we can avoid the issues that make it so exchange students can not participate in school sports. I have since then assume the position of club president and further expanded the club into different games reaching a diverse audience. Throughout this year we have sent many teams and students to different tournament and even won a few. I have also made many connections to different programs, schools, and organizations to compete in tournaments with and leagues. For the rest of the year we are looking to expand our club and gain new members.
I always have and always will put academics ahead of everything and then deal with what ever else I feel is necessary. Currently, i feel that i balance academics, health, and gaming pretty well. Right now I am working a few hours a week at a gym, which I also train at, where I am lucky enough to have a boss that encourages me to put academics before anything else and helps me adjust my schedule just for that. I play volleyball for my school in the spring, but chose not to participate in club volleyball because I do not desire to continue my volleyball career competitively in college. Not participating in club volleyball also allows me to focus on school and gaming more, which is good for managing stress. After everything else is done I then devote my time to practicing with my esports teams and spending time with friends. Both of these I feel are necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle because mental health, which is greatly increased when i spend time with friends either online or offline, is very important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
I complete my service requirements for school and go above and beyond often. I have done service with local Churches and many organizations such as; Mathew 25 Ministries, Crayons to Computers, Food Banks.