I love the sport of soccer. It's creative. When you get that ball, there's not a set thing to do. You can start dribbling at a person, you can pass, you can do a little flick. There are so many things that you can do, and it’s all your decision.
I'm a Physics major here at UVM, and I'm taking quantum right now and it's a great class. I love it, I absolutely love it, and I see myself studying things small rather than big, and that’s about the only thing I can tell you about physics.
I mean I enjoy ski racing simply because it's just you and the mountain. It is very individual. A lot of times it's you against yourself.
I was always a very intense athlete and and being now like Division and stuff like that I'm surrounded by the same people that just love the sport, and love to work hard, and really want to do well.
I definitely made my friends through the ski team and the soccer team, and the Physics department. I have a lot of good friends in there, too. And yeah, just being around people, and what happens in when you are doing the same stuff, you relate to them, and it is so much easier to make friends when you know that they understand.