|If you had to pick a favorite athlete, who would you pick and why?
||If offered a guest star role on a TV show, I would pick . . .
||My pre-game superstition or ritual is to . . .
||My favorite class is . . .
||Being a student-athlete has taught me . . .
||My life's goal is to . . .
Wake Forest University
|No favorite athlete, but my favorite team is the Detroit Red Wings. Being from Michigan, I played hockey growing up and even dreamed of playing hockey in the NHL. Detroit is "hockeytown," and any Michigander should play/experience hockey growing up!
||To appear as a guest commentator for a Red Wings hockey game.
||Too many superstitions to mention, but I put 5 tees, my Walt Disney World ball marker (given to me by my mom and sister) and a lucky ball repair tool in my pocket. Also, I carry lucky pencils in my golf bag.
||Introduction to Religion.
||Help others by utilizing the talent that God has given me.
|Brett Favre. He is a model leader and possesses immense passion for his sport.
||Dance in the locker room, listen to my iPod before and during warm up, and then complete all of my handshakes with teammates and coaches.
||To balance all of my commitments and to be disciplined.
||Be happy, become a successful professional athlete and later teach elementary school children somewhere in the Tri-State area.
University of Virginia
||To get my right foot taped before my left.
||Theory of Financial Markets.
||To be disciplined and to overcome challenges.
|I would choose Phil Mickleson. I have begun to follow golf more closely and attended the Quail Hollow tournament. I watched Phil play and gained a tremendous amount of respect for him. A true competitor, hard worker and risk taker, Phil exemplifies everything that is necessary for an athlete to succeed, not to mention his gracious, humble and good character.
||Visualize, listen to 'Defying Gravity' with one of my teammates in the locker room and write down my goals for the game.
||More than words can explain. Being a student-athlete has shaped the person I am today.
||Be happy and to look back in the end and know that I've made a difference in someone else's life.
University of Miami
|I would pick Pete Sampras. To me, he is one of the most elegant, respectful, fair and best competitors I've seen on the tennis court.
||Listen to music and talk to my brother.
||Consistency with discipline.
||Get my master's, my Ph.D. and become a doctor.