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Club Mike Besu West Side Stars North Olmsted -
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Primary Position Midfielder
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Avon High School
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Personal Highlights

~High School cross country runner
~did soccer in freshman year, then switched to xc in sophomore year
~ plays NPL for club soccer team in the winter session-spring sessions
~ plays u16, u17,and u18/19 age groups for club team

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

I love the feeling of being committed and competitive. There's just something about running and soccer that brings out the best in me. I love to better myself to my best ability. And a bad game/ race only motivates me to work harder. I love to be with a team and work together. It really helps your mental state when you have a team to always be by your side. I love to showcase my talents and see where they may lead me too. I always take a cool off when I'm stressed by going for a run, or going outside to practice my foot skills. It really takes my mind off of things when I am playing sports.

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

On the field, I give it my all and respect my team at all times. The opposing team is something I respect too. If one of their players is hurt, I'll still help them no matter the situation. Good sportsmanship is key to success. Off the field, I love to be a role model for the younger generations. It makes me so pleased to see younger kids making good decisions, and instructing them what is right is exactly what gets them there.

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

I am very interested in keeping a balanced life style. I made the decision to not participate in track anymore, as it wouldn't be fair to my soccer team or track team. There were way too many conflicts. I also take care of myself well. I eat healthy foods and hydrate myself for fuel. I do not do anything to harm my body. Making good decisionsis key for athletes. I also really focus on my grades, as it is hard with late nights of homework, and not getting adequate sleep for running/ games. Managing time is a big factor of a student- athlete, and that is something that I have really improved on this past year, as I am focused on getting in college for athletics.

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

I have participated in girls scouts since I was young, and and still continue to. We are the oldest troop left in our area. My troop is also going for the gold award, which is the most prestigious award you can get in girl scouts. We have worked with many animal shelters, donated to homeless shelters, and made lunches. Doing this is all very important because it gives me a sense of unity with my community. It also makes me feel very pleased to help other people, whether it's donating or even just making someone's day better. It always makes me happy to help the elderly and hear about their lives. When my grandparents passed, I became more involved with the elderly, and really began to appreciate their importance even more than before.

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