A. I started playing boys lacrosse (yes, boys! we didn't have girls lax then) in 2nd grade. I didn't pick up my first girls' stick until spring of 9th grade.
A. Dan Marino! Alas... he never did win that Super Bowl. Womp Wah.
A. Freshman year in the Carrier Dome we (Syracuse) were playing UNC for a trip to the Final Four. I hit a long pass and picked up my first assist of my career for the go ahead goal. It was our first trip ever to the NCAA Final Four and a moment I will remember forever!
A. All the Above - Maino ft. T-Pain
A. October Sky, Pitch Perfect or any of the Bourne movies.
A. The sooner you can be comfortable with being uncomfortable, the sooner you'll experience success and actually enjoy it!
A. Probably both of my grandfathers. One died while I was young (6 weeks) and I hear he was a great man, and the other died while I was a young adult, he was an amazing chef. I'd love to have one last meal with both of them together.
A. Change the number of players to 6 v 6. It really opens up space!
A. Tough call, probably Bridget Looney. She taught me perseverance, hard work and to never give up. The Looney family in general is an inspiration!
A. My Syracuse coaches. They continue to keep in contact with me, motivating me and reminding me why we play the game.
A. Athletic. Loose. Fun.
A. 300's. Just kidding! I love wall ball. It's a great stress reliever and an awesome way to track the ball if you don't have a shooter.
A. Pasta bolognese!
A. Failure isn't a tattoo, it's a bruise.
A. Olympiastadion (Munich, Germany) - So cool how it was built and the scenery behind it!