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I played football, hockey, and lacrosse in high school. I started playing hockey when I was 7 years-old and it was my number one sport for all of my life. That was until my Sophomore year when I decided to play football for the first time. I immediately fell in love with the game and knew I wanted to continue playing. I played as a tight end on offense and a defensive end on defense and I also did some special teams. My junior year, I had many people trying to convince me to not play football and focus on hockey, including coaches, and I regretfully listened to them and never played football again. I had a few junior hockey teams reaching out to me following my hockey season my senior year, where we were ranked 2nd in Division 2 in all of Massachusetts, but I decided that my duty to my country was more important at the time.
I graduated from high school in June of 2012 and soon after that, on my 18th birthday, I enlisted into the Army as an Active Duty Infantryman. I ended up having to wait six months before I would ship to Fort Benning, GA for Basic Training. During these 6 months I worked out rigorously and that caused me to find my passion for the gym. I left for basic training in January of 2013 and following basic training I got stationed in Schofield Barracks, HI with the 25th Infantry Division. While with the 25th Infantry Division, I graduated from the Jungle Operations Training Course, the Warrior Leader Course, and the Air Assault Course. I served 3 years and 4 months in the Army from ages 18 through 21. Being in the military forced me to mature quicker than most men my age and I am very glad I had the opportunity to do so. Being an active duty infantryman, I learned how to push myself for others and learned that the only physical limits I have are mental, I can do whatever it takes to ensure the mission is complete. I bring that same mentality to all aspects of life and I will bring that with me anywhere I go. I got out of the Army in May of 2016 and immediately began college at North Shore Community College. I will be finished there following the Fall of 2017 and will be transferring somewhere else for the Spring of 2018.
Lynnfield High School
Graduation Date June 2012
Hometown: Boxford, MA
North Shore Community College
Start Date: May 2016
End Date: December 2017