Q & A With Junior Forward Brett Wiesner

Nov. 3, 2003

GoHuskies.com: How do you feel coming back from your hamstring injury?

Brett Wiesner: 'I've played four games and kind of started slow. It took a while to get my rhythm back and get my timing back, but scoring a goal helped my confidence. I now feel really fit.'

GH: What is it like being chosen Pac-10 Player of the Week?

BW: 'It feels good. I actually didn't know until my folks called me up from Wisconsin two evenings ago. It feels really nice.'

GH: Had did it feel to score the only goal against Gonzaga?

BW: 'We were all over them in the first half. We had a lot of chances and I should have had a few more goals, but to score early and get a 1-0 lead at home is what we want.'

GH: How is the team's cohesiveness with all the young players on the team?

BW: 'This year we are like one big family. There really are no class breaks, everyone's friends and were all-close. There really are no upper class and lower classmen, but the younger guys have definitely stepped up. We are starting two freshmen and two sophomores and we're a young team.'

GH: Who do you think would win in a fight Captain Crunch or Tony the Tiger?

BW: 'A lot of people would say Tony the Tiger, but I would say Captain Crunch, because his cereal has a little more crunch to it!'

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