By Rylie Ross
How did you get involved in the sport of lacrosse?
I was at a summer camp in eighth grade for tennis, but joined the lacrosse summer camp instead.
What is your major, and what is the most important thing you have learned in that discipline?
I am a Family and Child Development Major. I have learned to take directions and to be flexible with my schedule.
Outside of your home and campus, where is your favorite place to visit?
My favorite place to visit is the Garden of the Gods in Colorado. I love to go rock climbing with my buddies.
Briefly describe the most memorable experience during your collegiate athletic career.
Founding the women’s lacrosse team is my most memorable experience. I realized that one person can make a difference.
If you could give one piece of advice to children, what would that advice be?
I would tell them to focus on the positive, and not on themselves, and to focus on being a kid.
Who is your favorite athlete?
It would be Connor Martin because he plays lacrosse well and makes music.
What has been your favorite memory with this year's team?
Being a part of the first win against Hollins University is my favorite memory with this year’s team. The team saw what they could do and Hollins’ lacrosse team didn’t know how good we were.
As a senior, how do you help the younger players?
I help the younger players by staying positive, no matter what happens.
What would you like to do for a career?
I would like to teach the mentally handicapped to live on their own or to help find an alternative treatment to Schizophrenia.