Cardinal Capsule: Sarah Beeson

March 29, 2002

Sarah Beeson

Sport: Softball
Year: Senior
Height: 5-8
Position: First Base
Hometown: Tucson, Ariz.
High School:Canyon del Oro
Major: Human Biology
Stanford Athletics Highlights: Returning All-American performer at first base ... Selected to participate in the USA Women's National Team Camp over the summer ... Two-time Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... Two-time Pacific All-Region pick ... Three-time All-Pac-10 selection ... Two-time NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete ... Holds school record for doubles and RBI in a single season ... Owns school record in career putouts (1537).

The Stanford softball team will be fun to watch this year because:
We have an explosive offense and tremendous defense, so basically we are going to have an amazing year and it would be fun to be a part of it.

Bees, Beesonia, Beesonia Pizzaria (ask Mendoza)

Favorite Music Artist:
Phil Vassar or Garth Brooks

Favorite non-softball activity:
I love the outdoors, so hiking, camping and backpacking are all way up

If you could have dinner with a famous person, living or dead, who would it be:
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Favorite T.V. Show:

One word that describes you:

A friend from another college team:
Tairia Mims (UCLA) and I played together for years.

Favorite midnight snack:
kettle corn

Favorite website:

If you were going on a road trip and could only take one CD, which one would you take:

The best advice I ever received was:
'HIT IT HARD, SARAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'

Opponent you would most like to beat:

The best part about being a student-athlete at Stanford is:
Being a part of an amazing athletic community and having the opportunity to learn from world-renowned professors.

Somewhere you have never been that you would most like to visit:

Something about yourself that few people know:
I've had the same roomate for four years, and she will one day be the President of Stanford

Most influential person in your life:
Besides my parents, my brother has shaped a lot of who I am.

If I won $1 million dollars, I would:
Go to Europe for a couple months and see all the sights that I've always heard about. Then I would go backpacking in the Alps.

My most prized possession is:My Bible

If you could play another sport at Stanford, what would it be:
Water Polo- I've always said that we didn't have it in Arizona and would love to try it.

What I like most about my hometown:
We have the most amazing sunsets and are the home of a drink called an Eegee. Plus I can wear shorts on Christmas Day!

Nobody knows how much I like:
to quote applicable Seinfeld lines whenever the situation arises (which is surprisingly often).

Which of your teammates do you admire the most and why:
I love playing with everyone on the team so I could go through the entire list with things that I admire about each person. I am most impressed with Lindsey Stice. She has been fighting through her injury for so long, and yet despite the circumstances is one of the most positive and upbeat people I've ever met.

Current of former Stanford athlete I most enjoy watching perform:
Nicole Powell, because she is an amazing athlete and plays the game the way it's supposed to be played- with tons of intensity and emotion.

After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as:
one of those that made a difference in building the program, and someone who my teammates and coaches were glad to have worked with.

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