June 15, 2016
Q: Describe your first year adjusting to WVU.
A: The biggest adjustment would be getting used to the pace of the game. Also, I would say the first couple of weeks hitting the weight room was hard.
Q: What did you learn during your freshman season?
A: I learned that I have lot more room to grow. I need to push past some of the things I wouldn’t think I’d be able to do and I am working toward that goal.
Q: What are some of your goals to work on this offseason?
A: Right now, I am working on my ball handling and shooting skills. Trying to handle the ball better and dribble in traffic. The coaches gave me a lot of pointers this offseason. They’ve encouraged me throughout the season and especially during the offseason. They are talking to me and instructing me on what I need to do to improve my game. I am hoping to improve on those skills in individual drills this summer.
Q: Have you picked out a major and if so, what career path are you thinking about pursuing?
A: Right now, I am considering majoring in broadcast journalism. I am not sure whether I’d want to be behind the scenes or in front of the camera. I am still considering my options.
Q: What do you like about West Virginia?
A: I like the great family atmosphere. With the new girls here, we have already started to click with them and make them part of our family. West Virginia is a fantastic place and I love being part of the Mountaineer family.