Experienced Track and Field athlete skilled at performing in high stress situations, whether in a team setting or self-directed. Extensive knowledge of Division I Athletics acquired through 4 years of playing experience.
Selected by the USOC as an Olympic Youth Ambassador to represent athletes in meetings with top Olympic officials.
Ranked the #1 High School Hurdler in 2001
Achieved national recognition as a two-time NCAA Outdoor Champion in 2004 and 2005
NCAA All-American in Track and field in 2003, 2004 and 2005.
University of Florida School record holder
Proactively participated and contributed to community service efforts.
Mentored several elite student-athletes.
Devoted 20 hours per week to athletics in addition to being a full-time student.
Exercised strong leadership skills and practiced self-discipline on and off the field.
Elected to attend UF on a full athletic scholarship.
Accepted constructive criticism from coaches and teammates to improve skills.
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