It's time to for me to retire and put down the clipboard, thanks for the support
As of yesterday I have made the decision to put down the clipboard and retire from coaching. After years of doing what I love this was a very tough decision, but I know that it is the best one for me. I am currently a senior in college and do not have the drive to put in the time to practice every night, when I really want to be out hanging with my friends or focusing on school. I do not want to look back on life and feel like I missed out on anything, and I have already accomplished what I wanted to do in coaching. There have also been some opportunities arise for me outside of coaching that I want to explore and don’t have time to balance everything. My next big goal is to graduate law school and make my way back to esports as an attorney. I started coaching when I was 14 and went to my first event at the age of 15; I instantly became hooked on competing and wanted nothing more than to win an event. Fast forward nearly 8 years, I have been blessed to be a part of an amazing community and finally raised up a trophy with my team. I cannot thank all of my teammates, organizations, friends, family, and fans enough for the support I have received. Getting to represent @TeamAllegiance at the X Games was an incredible experience, and it has been an honor to be a part of bringing @Splyce into Halo. Both of these organizations were amazing to me and I have nothing but respect for them. I also want to give a special thanks to @chriss_cnc & @Jerawockee for giving me my start; @AriescAries, @SoarBeaver, & @L1ghtSkinHead for picking me up on my first pro team; and finally to huge thanks to @RyanSondhi, @Bubudubu, @Renegade_JW, & @Shotzzy for getting me my first win, I hope nothing but the best for you guys moving forward. Along with all of my other amazing teammates in the past that are too many to list. Thank you to everyone for the support and hopefully I have an opportunity to come to another event in the future.