Q&A With Brittany Davis-Roberti
Junior Brittany Davis-Roberti is a defender from Portland, Ore. After playing two years at USC, she transferred to UW last season and redshirted the year. She has played in four games this season, starting one. She sat down with www.gohuskies.com for a Q&A.
Gohuskies.com: What is a pet peeve of yours?
Brittany Davis-Roberti" "When people smack their gum."
GH: What is your pre-game superstition?
BDR: "I never cut my hair during season because I think it is bad luck. And I always wear the same sports bra for games."
GH: What is the best present you have ever received?
BDR: "Plane tickets to go visit my brothers at college."
GH: If you were trapped on a desert island with one teammate, who would you want to be stranded with and why?
BDR: "Hmm...probably Kari (Davidson) because we would go on adventures and could talk for hours about nothing, so I probably wouldn't notice I was deserted."
GH: What's your favorite board game?
GH: Why should others become involved in the great sport of soccer?
BDR: "It's a game truly designed for the players. There are no timeouts or set plays that you run every offensive drive. It allows the players to become creative and work off and with each other. Every game you play is unique and different. I love the fact that every single member of the team has to be tuned in and in sync with everyone else. It truly is a team sport."
GH: If you could train with any professional athlete who would you chose and why?
BDR: "Lance Armstrong because he has faced extreme adversity and possesses a mental strength stronger than most athletes."
GH: What is one of the most important things your parents did in your upbringing?
BDR: "They allowed me to choose the sports and activities I participated in and they never forced me in one direction."
GH: What don't people outside of your hometown know about where you grew up that you think they should know?
BDR: "Portland has some of the most amazing restaurants. It's a quieter and more unique version of Seattle."
GH: What do you know now about the game of soccer that you wish you would've known when you started playing the sport?
BDR: "I should have probably forced myself to be left footed at a young age because they are rare players."
GH: What is one characteristic a person needs to be a champion?
BDR: "Relentless in everything that they do."
GH: What do you want to leave as a legacy at UW?
BDR: "I want the first Women's Soccer National Championship."
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