Q&A with Junior Soccer Forward Chrissy Culver
October 9, 2003
Q: What would be your idea of a perfect day?
A: “Actually, it was recently. I was with someone special, we went to a nice restaurant and walked on the beach.”
Q: If you were not playing soccer, what other sport you would be playing?
A: “I would probably play basketball. I played basketball in high school and I have always liked it, but I was better at soccer.”
Q: What is your strategy for success in soccer?
A: “Always work hard in practice and in the game. Also, to take care of myself off the field as well.”
Q: What would you cook for your friends?
A: “ I would cook my mashed potatoes because I make good mashed potatoes.”
Q: Have you had a crush on someone famous?
A: “When I was little I used to like Eddie Furlong. After seeing him on TV, I went and bought his poster.”
Q: Who did you want to become as a child?
A: “When I was little I played with boys all the time but they used to leave me out because I was a girl. So, I wanted to be a boy.”
Q: What is the toughest thing you have had to overcome in your life so far?
A: “Probably recovery from my injury. It took a lot of effort to get back.”
Q: What has been your best Auburn experience outside of soccer?
A: “My favorite thing used to be to see the eagle flying out at the football games.”
Q: What do you think is the one thing you will miss the most after leaving Auburn?
A: “I will miss the team and playing with them. Even though I hate traveling, you have 24 friends around you almost every day. That is something I will miss.”