What sport did you compete in?

What degree did you graduate with?
Kinesiology and a minor in French

List your top 3 highlights of your time in the US?
1. I made life long friends from different cultures who turned into my family and gave me a second home. I made unforgettable memories and relationships that I will cherish forever.
2. I travelled across the United States and experienced the vast and wondrous scenes. From the heat and humidity of Miami to the snow caps of Colorado, I was able to immerse myself in a variety of different cultures whilst becoming more independent.
3. Playing with a team gave me a sense of belonging where my coach and team mates truly wanted the best for me. Their drive and passion enabled me to grow and they inspired me every step of the way.

How many American states did you travel to while in College?

Describe a typical day in your life as a student/athlete
The mornings consisted of an hour of weight training as a team as well as class throughout the day. The afternoons involved 2.5 hours of tennis with conditioning sessions afterwards. The evenings included studying, hanging out with friends, playing beach volleyball or having team dinners.

What is one piece of advice you would give to high school students considering the US College pathway?
Continue working hard however, try not to become overwhelmed. Study and Play USA were very accommodating and guided and supported me throughout my entire college experience.

What are you up to now?
I hope to purse a career in Kinesiology.