|Club||Dalton Beaver||WNY Whalers||Williamsville||-|
|High School||Marissa Faso|
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Colleges United Field Hockey Camp Player Recognition for outstanding performance and commitment to improve (July, 2019);
Assisted High School Coaches and Club Coaches during 2 separate summer development camps for younger players. Skoolsports Camp at Nichols School, Buffalo (July 16 & 17, 2018) and the University of Rochester Elite Prospects Camp (July 27 - July 29, 2018). Kaizen Field Hockey Pre-game clinic August 26, 2018. Prospect clinics at SUNY Geneseo and Union College in October, 2018. Competed as a reserve midfielder in the 2018 Section VI Field Hockey Championship Competition. WNY Whalers Club Indoor Field Hockey League. Kai Zen Winter play day at Syracuse University February 24, 2019. USA Futures 2019 Region 4 WNY training; Futures Region 4, U19 tournament on May 5, 2019. Limelight June 7 - June 9, 2019 with WNY Whalers (White) #78 Friday & Saturday and #191 on Sunday; WNY College Bound Clinic June 15, 2019; Attended Colleges United Camp at SUNY Oneonta July 14 - July 17, 2019; Attended University of Rochester Elite Prospect Camp July 26 - July 28, 2019.
2020 NYS Make It With Wool Junior Representative;
RIT Innovation & Creativity Award (2019);
Captain of Clarence High School TARC (Team America Rocketry Challenge) Club;
2018 Erie County 4-H Capital Days Representative;
Clarence High School National Honor Society member;
Award of Excellence for 30 Shot Section VI and Regional State Champions for Clarence High School Rifle (2019);
President of Erie/Niagara County 4-H Shooting Sports Club (2018 - 2019) and certified 4-H Teen Rifle Instructor;
New York State 2017 Junior Make It With Wool Representative at National Competition;
2016-2017 , 2017-2018, 2018-2019 received Clarence High School Academic Excellence Distinction;
UB/National Grid Leadership Camp (2017);
I have held several leadership roles off the field in 4-H over the years and I always try to lead by example on the field by having a positive attitude towards my coaches, teammates, and referees.
I am a naturally positive person which I think impacts my athletic performance as well as that of my teammates. I try to eat healthy everyday and exercise.
I have been a 4-H member since I was 8 years old. I have participated in several community service activities as a 4-H member, but using the sewing skills I have learned in 4-H to help others is one of my favorite ways to impact my community. I have sewed Mediport Pillows for cancer patients at Roswell Park and surgical caps for our local children's hospital. I have participated in a fashion show for the residents of a local nursing home every year since I was 9.
I also volunteer at the Erie County Fair in the 4-H Youth Development Building and in the Cafe each year because I have enjoyed being in 4-H and have learned so much over the years . I want to help the program grow and help others learn about it as an option for their children.
I have volunteered through the Clarence Youth Bureau to help teach younger children about engineering and have helped my high school coaches run a field hockey camp for young girls. I really enjoy sharing the things I am passionate about with others.
I was recently inducted into my high school National Honor Society and have had an opportunity to participate in a variety of community service projects. It is great to know that I am able to have a positive impact on my community through this organization.