Cardinal Capsule: Salima Mussani

April 26, 2001

Salima Mussani

Sport: Women's Golf
Year: Senior
Height: 5-3
Hometown: Hometown
High School:Churchill
Major: Symbolic Systems
Stanford Athletics Highlights: Will redshirt the 2000-2001 season

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Favorite Food:
Anything sweet, it's my weak spot.

Favorite Music Artist:
James Taylor

Favorite Sports Team:
Toronto Raptors

Favorite Place To Hang Out:
The sunshine

Best Book You Have Read:
Tuesdays with Morrie

Favorite Class:
So far....Comparative Slavery

Favorite Hobby:

Favorite Video Game:
Off Road

Favorite T.V. Show:
Will and Grace

Favorite Athlete:
Lance Armstrong

Favorite Non-Golfing Activity:
Sports (anything and everything)

One Word That Describes You:

If You Were Going On A Road Trip And could Only Take One CD, Which Would You Take:
Cool Rock Collection (80's)

Best Vacation Or Trip You Have Ever Taken:
Jamaica...walking up the Dunns River Falls over and over and over again

Opponent You Would Most Like To Beat:
Arizona and Texas

How Do You Prepare Before A Tournament:
Lots of short game practice

If You Could Play Another Sport At Stanford, What Would It Be:
Basketball or Field Hockey

Best Thing About Being A Student-Athlete At Stanford:
The rich traditions and multi-talented people we are around

Best Part About Your Game:
Short Game (chipping and putting)

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:
The Aga Khan (Ismaili Spiritual Leader, has committed himself to improving the quality of life for people across the world, especially in developing countries)

What Has Been The Highlight Of You Athletic Career To This Point:
Winning Canadian Juniors twice

What Do You Like To Do In Your Spare Time:

Most Influential Person In Your Life:
Leo life consultant and golf coach

What Made You Choose To Attend Stanford:
Academic prestige and outstanding golf program

What Is Something About Yourself That Few People Know:
I can speak five languages (not all fluently, but I try)

Your Advice Would You Give To Young Golfers Who Want To Compete In College:
Play lots of tournaments to gain experience, no one can take that away from you

Favorite Breakfast Cereal:
Cocoa Puffs

Nobody Knows How Much I Like:
Traveling (especially road trips)

Earliest Golfing Memory:
Hitting my first golf ball and watching it go sailing onto the was quite satisfying

Favorite Pre-Tournament Meal:
Scrambled eggs, toast, hash browns, glass of milk

Favorite Course To Compete At And Why:
Heron Point (in Canada), grew up on the course and love the scenery

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