Women's Tennis
Break Point with Danielle Crill
Danielle Crill
 
Danielle Crill
 

Nov. 9, 2010

Which was your most embarrassing moment at Siena College? I embarrass myself a lot. But freshman year in the weight room Sarah Mayer kicked the medicine ball out from under me and I belly flopped on the floor in front of the basketball team.

If you were an animal, what would you be and why? A liger. It's pretty much my favorite animal. It's like a lion and a tiger mixed... bred for its skills in magic.

List five things you would need to survive if left alone on a deserted island? My sneakers, cell phone, at least one of my friends, pair of sweatpants and bug spray (I don't like bugs and if I am on a deserted island I am sure there would be a lot)

What is your favorite tourist spot? New York City. There is always something to do.

Where do you see yourself in another five years - Life after Siena College? I am not trying to grow up anytime soon, but I want to go to pharmacy school after I graduate so hopefully I will be finishing up grad school.

What is that one thing, you can't do without? My teddy bear. I wouldn't be able to sleep at night.

Which is your most memorable life-changing moment? My trip to Italy senior year of high school.

If you could have dinner with three people (alive or dead), they would be: Roger Bacon (I spend so much of my time in that building I would like to meet him) Andy Roddick and Stephen Colbert.

What song you are most embarrassed to admit you have on my iPod? Hoedown Throwdown by Miley Cyrus...yes I do know the dance

If you could change one thing on planet earth what would it be? It would always be sunny in Loudonville. I'm sick of the rain and don't want it to snow.

Describe the funniest moment you can recall from a practice or a match There is never a dull moment, that's for sure. But the funniest moment I must say happened my freshman year in California. I was playing doubles with Sarah Mayer and she had just missed an easy forehand because she was trying to avoid the net player. Thinking the opponent at the net would move out of the way, I told Sarah to hit the girl if she had to. The next ball Sarah got was a high forehand and right then I knew it was not going to end well. The girl at the net froze and at the last minute turned. The ball hit the side of her head and the girl went down. The best part was when the girl said that Sarah purposely hit her. Sarah's response was you have a racket I thought you would use it.

 

 

Which one is your all time favorite class at Siena so far? Is SAGA sitting a class? No seriously, I really enjoy most of my classes. They're difficult but interesting.
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