Not only is Sawyer Howitt a professional (pro) in the sport of racquetball for his high school team, Lincoln High School, he is known as a pro in the Oregon High School Racquetball State Champions.
Howitt has also won tournaments with the Racquetball Club of Portland, Oregon. Howitt believes that in order to become a pro at any sport like racquetball, mastering and understanding the basic concepts of the sport is essential to become professional in sports competition.
“There is a sense of fulfillment that accompanies proper mastery of racquetball,” says Sawyer Howitt to News 11 Sports online, July 10, 2017.
News 11 Sports online continues explaining that young Sawyer Howitt has been playing racquetball at a young age. Howitt says to News 11 Sports online that to become a pro in any sport, or even any business adventure as an entrepreneur, motivation, planning and having a good coach are the key elements to success. These elements, along with sponsorship and focusing on the basic concept of the sport is what made Howitt a pro racquetball player today.
While participating in his studies at Lincoln High School and focusing on his pro techniques in racquetball, Sawyer Howitt is a wiz in business and finance subjects as well. With determination to be successful in all his endeavors, racquetball and the business world, Howitt has participated in internships focusing on entrepreneurship in business and finance. In addition to playing racquetball and interning in business and finance, Sawyer Howitt also enjoys his time fishing in the Oregon rivers and routing for the NBA basketball team, Portland Trail Blazers, at games.
In Sawyer Howitt’s business ventures, he is currently a project manager at the Meriwether Group in Oregon. Alongside his father, entrepreneur and innovator David Howitt, founder and CEO of the Meriwether Group, Sawyer Howitt has a key-eye for creating spreadsheets and effective notes during business meeting. With everything being said about Sawyer Howitt’s successes in racquetball and as a project manager, young Howitt will pursue a degree in entrepreneurial finance at the University of California, Berkley, with plans to own his own businesses.