ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS)-- Though Kenzie King stands quietly on the Albemarle field hockey field, her presence is loud.

"While she is physically very quiet her presence is very dominating and she just sets that tone for us every day," said Albemarle field hockey coach Brittany McElheny.

As a four year starter Kenzie devotes all her time to the sport of field hockey.

"I'm basically gone every weekend and whenever I have free time I like to come play," said Albemarle senior midfielder Kenzie King.

It's a passion that's taken up a lot of time but in turn taken to her to many places. By just her sophomore year King had qualified for the US national team and played in the Junior Olympics.

"Again, she is so humble that some people may not even know that that exists on this team for her," said McElheny.

King won't be the first to speak on the experience, instead she lets the skills and knowledge she gained from the Junior Olympics speak for itself.

"I think she kind of learned that it's ok to stand out," said McElheny, "Her freshman year she kind of didn't want to standout even though she had such an amazing skill set and I think she just kind of learned that true confidence in yourself."

Kenzie is committed to play field hockey at JMU but first she has one last challenge on the AHS field; leading a team who lost 10 seniors last year.

"It's sad that we lost all our seniors last year but I think we've done a good job so far this year in growing," said King. 

"She was the only starter that we did not lose or change positions," said McElheny, "Everyone just kind of follows her athleticism, her skill making, her direction and she just leads by example."