High school and hometown: Westwood High School, Mesa, Arizona.
My biggest academic accomplishment so far: Earning the International Baccalaureate Diploma.
What I like to do for fun: Go to basketball games and do photography and videography.
People might be surprised to know: I used to play a lot of sports when I was younger.
The one thing I’m most nervous about: Not being around my family. This is my first time away from them for more then two or three days.
The one thing I’m most excited about: Watching the seasons, because in Arizona we have hot and less hot.
I chose Oregon: To experience life at an elite athletic school while venturing outside of my comfort zone. The 1,000-plus miles seemed like a great opportunity to find myself.
Scholarships I've received include: Summit Scholarship.
When I think of Oregon: I think of internationally recognized and respected athletic programs.
The one key piece of rain gear I must bring to campus: Rain boots. I’ve never worn a pair but I guess that will change fast.
The thing about college I'm most looking forward to is: Learning to be more independent and be able to choose the classes I want instead of being forced to take classes based on high school standards.