Oct. 6, 2009
UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, Va. -
Each week a player from the Richmond women's soccer team is featured as the Spider Spotlight Player of the Week. This week's Spider is freshman forward Natalie LeClair. LeClair took some time to answer a few questions about herself and her time at Richmond.
Why did you decide to play soccer at the University of Richmond?
What is your major? Why?
Environmental studies and psychology
What are your career goals?
Success, happiness, and wealth
Who is your role model?
What is a hidden talent?
I can eat a lot
If you could take a road trip anywhere, where would you go?
What has been your most memorable moment at Richmond thus far?
The best thing about being a Spider is?
Living on a beautiful campus
How would your best friend describe you?
Goofy but laid back, and honest and sincere
If I had to sing karaoke, what tune would you belt out?
A Journey song
What did you do over the summer?
Played soccer and hung out with friends
What is your favorite part of the game?
Are there any social or political issues that you are passionate about?
Humane Society/Animal Rescue Agencies
Who is the best professor that you have had at UR (so far)?
Professor David Andrews
What is the biggest obstacle or challenge that you have had to overcome?
What are your fears?
Public speaking in front of huge audiences
Who is your best friend on the team, and why?
Laura Allen because we are roommates and very similar
What is your goal as a UR soccer player?
Be an `impact' player in every game