Sept. 16, 2004
A weekly Q&A with Baylor's student-athletes
September 16, 2004
BEAR FACTS Archive
When did you start running cross country?
In the seventh grade.
Who has had the greatest impact on your career?
My high school coach.
What is the best part of being a college athlete?
Being able to get my books before everyone else.
If you weren't running cross country, which sport would you want to play?
What is your nickname on the team?
After meeting coach Harbour, what was you first thought?
I loved him.
What is the craziest pre-game ritual you or a teammate has used?
I used to eat and drink the exact same thing before every race.
Where is your favorite place to go after a race?
Out to eat.
What is the best venue you have ever played in?
The cross country courses in Belgium.
What is the highlight of your sports career?
Getting to represent the United States in the world cross country championships.
What is your most embarrassing sports moment?
Tripping and falling up a hill twice in a row.
Why did you choose to attend Baylor?
Because I thought Coach Harbour was a great coach, and we have a great group of girls.
What single thing will you most miss about Baylor when you leave?
All the girls on my team.
What is one thing you want to accomplish in college outside of sports?
I would like to graduate with a GPA above a 3.5.
What CD is in your player right now?
A burned CD.
What is the last movie you watched?
Spider Man 2.
What is one thing you must pack when traveling?
What is your advice to youngsters?
Don't give up.
What is your favorite fast food?
What is the biggest challenge you have had to overcome?
My senior year of high school I passed out in a couple races because my calcium levels were too high.
If you had $50, how would you spend it?
Shopping for clothes.
Name one thing you can't go a week without.
McDonald's soft serve.
What is the worst job you ever had?
Cleaning the dorm bathroom.
Ice Cream or Yogurt?
Playstation2 or Xbox?
Movies or TV?
Surf or Ski?
Inflatable Judge or Bruiser?
Burger or Pizza?
Penland or Memorial?
Sandals or Shoes?
compiled by Adam Zeigler, Athletic Media Relations student assistant