OVERWATCH

Overwatch was the first video game I ever cared for competitively, starting in High School. I would wake up at 4 am every weekday to watch live matches from Korea because I couldn't stand to miss the action. Freshman year of college, I began the semester as an assistant coach and ended as the head coach of the team. I continued this momentum and position for three years leading the program to a top 60 finish in the North American collegiate circuit while competing in LAN tournaments across the New England area.

Responsibilities:

  • Leading structured practices and devising strategies adapting to a constantly changing meta to counter strategize against opponents.

  • Assigning HW relevant to the development of the players

  • Lead reviews of previous matches locating weaknesses in play to correct skills and new techniques.

  • Tracking players' mechanical skills and assigning resources to players who need support.

VALORANT

With the release of Valorant in 2020, I quickly became invested in micro and macro aspects of play and became the Head Coach of Champlain Colleges' first official Varsity Esports team. The players and staff receive financial support, making it Champlain College's first competitive team in over 20 years. Only halfway through our season, we have placed in one of the top divisions in the largest New England Valorant tournament and looking forward to further growth.

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Responsibilities:

  • Leading structured practices and devising strategies adapting to a constantly changing meta to counter strategize against opponents.

  • Assigning HW relevant to the development of the players

  • Lead reviews of previous matches locating weaknesses in play to correct skills and new techniques.

  • Tracking players' mechanical skills and assigning resources to players who need support.

  • Working with players on cognitive development outside of game-related fields such as physical fitness, study tables, and more.

  • Assigning weekly player progress goals and reporting results to higher-ups.