I am a Senior Captain at Framingham High School and have been a part of the Framingham varsity soccer team since my sophomore year. Prior to that, I was recruited to play on the Rivers School girl’s varsity soccer team for my freshman year but was unable to play due to a July injury during Super Y League play. After another injury and surgery last summer I was cleared to play in March and I am rebuilding my stamina and touch.
Currently I play on the Global Premier Soccer (“GPS”) (formerly Mass. Premier Soccer) Lady Knights U17 Premier Team and am also rostered on the Lady Knights U18 Premier Team. I have been a member of the Lady Knights since U13 and have been playing for MPS since I was a U9 player. Last year I was selected through the Super Y League ODP identification process and participated in the March 2013 ODP National Camp in Bradenton, Florida.
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I have also been very involved in my community, volunteering for over 100 hours at a summer day camp for children and adults with disabilities. Last year, I was the head coach for a U10 Framingham girls’ soccer team. I have also been involved in the Best Buddies program at Framingham High School and have been a member of the varsity track team, where I received varsity letters for my freshman and sophomore year. At Rivers I was named Most Valuable Athlete for Spring Varsity Track. My track events include the 200M, 400M, 4×100 relay, long jump and triple jump. I am interested in pursuing a career in education and special education. I have always loved helping others and feel that my strengths include English and psychology. For the past year I have been working part-time in a preschool. Right now I am interested in teaching elementary education in an inclusion classroom. My current GPS coach is Rob Holliday. Coach Southwick, my former coach, coached me for three years.