My softball coach, Jennifer Moore, is my hero, because she pushes me to do better, and she encourages me to keep on going to get better. If I'm doing something wrong she will stop and ask me what I'm doing wrong to make sure I know too. She shows me new things, when she thinks I'm ready to learn them, not when I want to. She likes to a little fun like I do, but is serious when she has to be. She expects a lot from and I like that challenge.
Her "can do attitude" has inspired me to belike her, to try just as hard as her, and to be successful like her. She doesn't give up on people, if we mess up on a drill she'll ask us what we did wrong, then tell us what was wrong. She doesn't get impatient with us, when we are constantly messing up, she will just explain how to do it.
When she was in high school she lettered in two sports, softball and basketball. She was named Ashland Times-Gazette Player of the Year. In her freshmen year of college she was second on her team for RBI, third for doubles and slugging percentages, played 48 game, started 45 of those games. In her sophomore year of college she was first in home runs, third in RBI, and fourth in doubles. She respects everyone, no matter what, to me she is a good influence to learn from, and I couldn't ask for a better coach.