Q&A With Molly Boyd
Molly Boyd is a freshman from Seattle, Wash., out of Nathan Hale High School. She played her first collegiate game at UMass last Friday in the Huskies 3-0 victory. She also saw time on Sunday in the game at Boston. Boyd and the Huskies just got back into town this afternoon and will train today for this weekend's home opener in the Husky/Nike Invitational. Boyd sat down with www.gohuskies.com for a Q&A.
Gohuskies.com: What is a pet peeve of yours?
Molly Boyd: "When people drive the speed limit on the freeway."
GH: What is your pre-game superstition?
MB: "I actually don't have one."
GH: What is the best present you have ever received?
MB: "My first pogo stick in elementary school!"
GH: If you were trapped on a desert island with one teammate, who would you want to be stranded with and why?
MB: "Allie, because we would have great abs from laughing so much."
GH: What's your favorite board game?
GH: Why should others become involved in the great sport of soccer?
MB: "It's a great way to stay in shape and be in a good environment with great people."
GH: If you could train with any professional athlete who would you chose and why?
MB: "Mia Hamm. She was the only athlete I followed as a child and continued to follow as I grew as an athlete."
GH: What is one of the most important things your parents did in your upbringing?
MB: "Actions speak louder than words."
GH: What don't people outside of your hometown know about where you grew up that you think they should know?
MB: "You would think since it rains so much people would be good at driving in the rain, but no, people drive slower, the traffic gets twice as bad and more accidents happen."
GH: What do you know now about the game of soccer that you wish you would've known when you started playing the sport?
MB: "Soccer has a small world of its own. All the players and coaches you meet on your journey help you get to where you want to go, whether it be college or beyond that."
GH: What is one characteristic a person needs to be a champion?
MB: "The desire and drive to do what it takes to be a champion."
GH: What do you want to leave as a legacy at UW?
MB: "I want to be part of a team that wins a NCAA championship."
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