Every Wednesday, the West Virginia Wesleyan Sports Information Department will do a segment entitled "15 Questions With…" with a current student-athlete.
This week's student-athlete is Desmond Sivels, a senior from Lincoln, Del.
1. What sport do you play?
Track and football.
2. What is your favorite athletic moment at Wesleyan?
Setting the 4x100 record at the Mountain East Conference meet last year.
3. Describe your toughest practice at Wesleyan?
5 a.m. on the practice football field in the cold doing conditioning stations.
4. What is your favorite saying from your head coach?
"Ba bam!" –Coach Jesse Skiles
5. What was or is the favorite class you have taken at Wesleyan, what year was it and who taught the class?
Andean Art my senior year with Megan Leight.
6. What is your favorite thing about Wesleyan?
The small class size. You have a relationship with your professors.
7. What was your initial thoughts of Buckhannon when you arrived as a freshman?
Small and quiet town. Had to make your own fun.
8. What is your greatest strength? Weakness?
My greatest strength is I am easy to get along with and a hard worker. The only weakness I can think of is trying to stay healthy.
9. Who is your hero? And Why?
My parents because without them who knows where I would be.
10. What question do you hate to answer?
What am I going to do when I graduate?
11. What is your favorite food?
Shrimp and chicken.
12. What is your favorite restaurant in the entire world?
I don't have one. Just like eating shrimp and chicken.
13. Favorite vacation spot?
I don't have one yet, have more traveling to do. But definitely somewhere with outdoor activities.
14. What is the worst movie you have ever seen? The best movie you have ever seen?
The worst movie is Bridge to Terabithia. Best movie is any Marvel movies.
15. What advice you would give to freshmen on your team?
Put the team first. Learn quickly how to manage your time. Choose friends you want to follow wisely because they will have an effect on you. One way to improve your team is to improve yourself. Two rules will help you in life, do what you are supposed to do and be where you are supposed to be.