Intended Major
Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Expected Grad Date
Extracurricular Activities
Club soccer treasurer, Delta Gamma, SABL, former Butler student-athlete
Boise, ID
High School
Bishop Kelly
Favorite Spot on Campus
Hinkle Fieldhouse


What do you want to be when you grow up?

Manager of an NFL team.

What’s been your favorite course at Butler so far and why?

My favorite course at Butler was my First Year Seminar. This class is my favorite because of my professor. Angela Hofstetter still to this day is one of my favorite people.  She was so invested not just in our education, but in our personal lives, too. She wanted us to be better people as well as better students.

What is it like to be a part of the Butler Community? Who is your Butler Community?

The Butler Community means that no matter who you are on this campus, whether you are a student-athlete, professor, faculty, Greek, etc., every person cares about one another so much. You walk around campus and you will see plenty of people you know, but even if you do not know someone, they are sure to smile and say hi to you.

How will your Butler experience help you after graduation?

I think the life lessons I have learned from professors and other students will help me out a lot after graduation. I think no matter where I end up in the country, I will be able to have a connection with many Butler grads. I cannot imagine another place to have spent my college years.

What’s your favorite memory of your Butler experience, so far?

There are so many amazing memories I have been lucky enough to experience here at Butler. One of my favorite from my Senior year has been winning the homecoming competition for my sorority. We put in so many hours of work in the hopes of winning, and it was the icing on the cake for senior homecoming to actually win!

What were your primary factors in making your college decision?

Competing for a cross country team was a big factor for me, but I also wanted a private university that was around 4,000-10,000 students. I wanted a school that was on a national stage for athletics.

What makes you most proud to be a Bulldog?

I am proud to be a Bulldog because of who is in the Butler community around me. Butler is the greatest sense of community I have ever experienced. The people in this community are some of the kindest, smartest, most athletic, and impressive people I have ever met. Being surrounded by these outstanding individuals makes me proud to call myself a Bulldog.

What does the Butler Way mean to you?

When I was a student-athlete, we heard a lot about the Butler Way. Even after no longer competing for an athletic team, the Butler Way is totally still applicable. The Butler Way is all about being the very best version of ourselves. At Butler, your faculty, staff, coaches, and fellow students encourage you to be the best you can be.