Q: What is your major? What do you plan on doing with your degree?
A: I’m a sociology major and criminology minor.
Q: How did you get involved with cross country?
A: I first got involved with it in high school. The only reason I did was to get in shape for soccer tryouts, but I fell in love with the sport.
Q: How do you prepare for a meet?
A: The day before the meet I like to sit down for a few minutes and visualize how I think the race is going to go and what I can do to run my best. I also like to stay hydrated and have pasta a few days before race day. I try not to worry about the actual race until the morning of.
Q: What are some of your favorite highlights from your career so far?
A: The one that stands out is when I won the 10k at the state championships for my old community college, Glendale. As well as running my 8k PR for San Marcos at the UCR invite, 24:16. But the main highlight is all the amazing people I have met because of running.
Q: Why CSUSM?
A: I chose CSUSM because I believe it would be the perfect place for me to grow as an athlete and a person. I felt like I belonged here.
Q: What would you do if you weren’t participating in cross country?
A: I would be playing soccer, it was my favorite sport growing up.
Q: What is your favorite Halloween/horror movie
A: I’m not a big fan of horror movies, but I really enjoy watching It.
Q: Highlight of Halloween as a child? Why?
A: My highlight of Halloween would be every year as a kid filling up my bucket of candy.
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