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I have played baseball my whole life up until high school. Having played on multiple levels, I have played different positions. The majority of my time on the field was spent playing pitcher, third, first, and left field. You don't have to be the most physically gifted to excel at the sport. Fundamentals are key and once you have fundamentals, natural ability will take your game to the next level.
Lacrosse is the fastest game on two feet and is quite possibly the most exciting game to watch. I started learning the game by watching my younger brother play in high school and then I formally started playing in college. I started off playing midfield and then moved to defense. Besides scoring, one of the most exhilarating feelings is shutting down your opponent. I will teach you how to play angles, communicate on the field, and how to make one of the most important plays on the field: fast breaks.
I went to Albright College where I was a dual degree in History and Art with a minor in Photography. After graduating with a B.A., I went on to get my Master's in Photography with an emphasis on studio and commercial work at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication. I am currently still working on my master's project. I have been published in both school newspapers, been in 2 juried art shows, and published in the national magazine "Tricycle: a Buddhist Review" and "Ultimate Athlete: College Edition." I have shot all sports and all types of situations in the mid-Atlantic area.