Currently in my 5th year at the University of Oregon, majoring in Interior Architecture with a minor in Architecture and Women’s Gender Studies. I started playing Ultimate in middle school. I quickly fell in love with the sport and continued playing for HB Woodlawn Pandamonium throughout high school, we won Regional Champions in 2016 and National High School Invite in 2017. I started playing youth club for D.C. Rogue during my junior and senior years of high school. I knew I wanted to play competitive ultimate when I went to college and prioritized looking at schools with competitive frisbee teams and an accredited architecture school. Oregon gave me the perfect combination of both and new scenery from the east coast. Playing on Fugue has been an amazing growth period for both my frisbee skills and personal growth. I was nominated for captain in my 4th year when we were coming out of quarantine and leadership focused on really reclaiming and cultivating our culture to be both competitive and a community. It has been my biggest accomplishment to see where our team has come from since I was a freshman to now a graduating 5th year; both in building confidence, resilience, and strong relationships. Being a part of Fugue will forever be a huge attribution to my leadership skills and the growth I have been able to accomplish with amazing teammates and coaching staff.