From the Wilmette Beacon – July 24, 2019
The recent Regina graduate will play softball at Morgan State University next season.
When did you start playing softball and why?
I started playing T-ball when I was six. My parents wanted me to play different sports to see what I liked, I started softball between eight and nine.
What’s one thing people don’t know about you?
I like to cook.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
I would probably go to Oklahoma City so I could watch the Women’s College World Series. I feel like that’d be a lot of fun.
What’s the best part about playing softball?
My team. Making great memories with my team and you get to play your favorite sport with like 15 of your best friends.
What’s the hardest part about playing softball?
Losing or overcoming challenges. Your team, or you, will make errors but you have to pick up your team and just move on. It’s about the team and not yourself.
If you won the lottery, what would you do with the money?
I would probably buy a really nice car.
If you had a superpower, what would it be?
I’d want to be invisible because I would like to pull pranks on my friends and family.
What’s one thing on your bucket list?
To travel out of the country. I want to go to Greece and many of the big, touristy countries.
What was the best part about being a Regina athlete?
Playing for your school. I got to play with a lot of my really close friends. When you grow on the field, you grow in school because you see them in the hallways, give them high fives and build strong relationships.
What was your favorite moment at Regina?
Winning the regional championship my junior year.
Interview by Wilmette Beacon Sports Editor Michael Wojtychiw