You were at Rabun Gap for your sophomore year, back home in Chile for your junior year, and have now returned as a senior. What led you to come play soccer at Rabun Gap and what made you want to return after your year back home?
Back in Chile, things were really tough during lockdown because I could not play soccer most of the year. So one day after thinking about which was my best option at the moment was to return back to Rabun Gap, because I was able to play soccer and to do many more things than I could do in Chile.
What is the hardest part of being a student-athlete? How has the environment and people here at Rabun Gap helped you?
Having to manage your time wisely, for school and for your daily life, because when you have games, you get back pretty late, so sometimes you do not have enough time to do your homework at times.
What makes playing at Rabun Gap special to you?
I feel that being on a team that I was on before is very special because even though we did not play together after I left for a year, that chemistry was still there. Of course there was new people coming in this year as well, but I think that the union will always be there, because how well we work and play together.
What is your favorite thing about your coaches?
That I can trust them as well as they can trust me. At Rabun Gap coaches will always help you to get better, and help if you have questions.
What do you like to do in your free time?
Listen to music while I workout or when I am organizing my stuff.
What's your favorite class and why?
Mr. Miller's class, because you never know what is going to happen in that class.
What are your plans for after high school?
Playing college soccer and see how far I can get with my soccer career.