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 Kim Lubic, a sophomore midfielder from Pittsburgh, Pa.
1. What sport do you play?
2. What is your favorite athletic moment at Wesleyan?
Beating Wheeling Jesuit in the MEC tournament by one goal last year so that we made it to the championship game. No one thought we could ever do that.
3. Describe your toughest practice at Wesleyan?
When we had to do 22 full field sprints with 22 burpees after each one, but we had to keep doing them until everyone was finished so it took us two full hours without ever stopping.
4. What is your favorite saying from your head coach?
"Tuck and run, Kimmy!"
5. What was or is the favorite class you have taken at Wesleyan, what year was it and who taught the class?
Engineer Design my sophomore year taught by Dr. DeLaney.
6. What is your favorite thing about Wesleyan?
The lacrosse team, we are all so close and best friends, I don't know what I would do without my team.
7. What was your initial thoughts of Buckhannon when you arrived as a freshman?
It was a cute little town that was maybe a little sketchy with some hicks.
8. What is your greatest strength? Weakness?
Always figuring out a way to get things done and be successful. Definitely procrastination.
9. Who is your hero? And Why?
My mom and dad. They have taught me so much and are the most amazing parents, I would not be the person I am today without them.
10. What question do you hate to answer?
What do you plan on doing after college?
11. What is your favorite food?
Any meat and asparagus
12. What is your favorite restaurant in the entire world?
13. Favorite vacation spot?
Florida, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure
14. What is the worst movie you have ever seen? The best movie you have ever seen?
Godzilla - the only movie to ever put me to sleep in a movie theatre. The best movie, Freedom Writers.
15. What advice you would give to freshmen on your team?
No matter how much practices may suck sometimes, always give 110% because it will only make you better. Also, have fun because one day you'll miss being able to go to practice.