April 18, 2001
Sport: Women's Golf
Angie, Rhogie, 'The Golfer'
Steak and mashed potates
Favorite Music Artist:
Favorite Sports Team:
The Los Angeles Lakers and The Boston Red Sox
Favorite Place To Hang Out:
Best Book You Have Read:
The Left Behind series
Introduction to Christianity
Favorite Video Game:
Favorite T.V. Show:
'Sportscenter' and 'The Practice'
Tiger Woods and Nomar Garciaparra
Favorite Non-Golfing Activity:
Sleeping or shopping!
One Word That Describes You:
If You Were Going On A Road Trip And Could Only Take One Cd, Which One Would You Take:
No Angel by Dido
Best Vacation Or Trip You Have Ever Taken:
My trip to Sweden with the U.S. Junior Team in the summer of 2000
Opponent You Would Most Like To Beat:
The Duke Blue Devils and the Arizona Wildcats!!
How Do You Prepare Before A Tournament:
Stretch, relax, and pray!
If You Could Play Another Sport At Stanford, What Would It Be:
Best Thing About Being A Student-Athlete At Stanford:
Getting to know all the other fascinating people at Stanford.
Best Part About Your Game:
My mental game
Somewhere You Have Never Been That You Would Most Like To Visit:
If You Could Have Dinner With A Famous Person, Who Would It Be:
What Has Been The Highlight Of Your Athletic Career To This Point:
Playing for and representing the United States in various international competitions
What Do You Like To Do In Your Spare Time:
Laugh with friends!
Most Influential Person In Your Life:
What Made You Choose To Attend Stanford:
The combination of an amazing athletics program and world-class academics
What Is Something About Yourself That Few People Know:
I love to sing in the shower
What Advice Would You Give To Young Golfers Who Want To Compete In College:
Work hard, believe in yourself, and don't ever give up!
Favorite Breakfast Cereal:
Nobody Knows How Much I Like:
Earliest Golfing Memory:
Shooting a 94 in my first junior golf tournament
Favorite Pre-Tournament Meal:
Pancakes, bacon, and fruit
Favorite Course To Compete At And Why:
The Dinah Shore tournament course at Missions Hills because it brings back great memories (my first national win) and it is also the heart of women's professional golf