Q: If Boston University, your first game, was a type of cake, what kind would it be?
A: Carrot cake because I don’t like it at all. We will demolish them.
Q: If they made a television show about your life, what channel would it be on?
Q: What’s the deal with you girls dancing to Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” after the volleyball team’s victory Sunday?
A: I think it’s fun that each of us knows the dance choreography of “Beat It”. The fans loved it at Midnight Madness and now when we go out, we ask the DJs to put it on.
Q: Which of you four freshmen is the craziest?
A: In order: 1. Allison AuBuchon, 2. Alana Tanksley, 3. Me, 4. Jen Kline – she’s the most tame.
Q: Why can’t women dunk?
A: Women do not have the body structure. They’re different from men, first off. Men have more muscle mass than women, which allows them to jump higher. That doesn’t mean that they’re better than us though … We (women) play with so much more intensity and are more fundamentally sound than the men. People around basketball appreciate it more than the glitz and the dunks.
Q: Is there one player who can be the female Michael Jordan?
A: A lot of women are good in different areas. Obviously if you could put them all together that would be the equivalent of MJ. There are plenty of players who can get the crowd into a game like Allen Iverson does. Names: Ticha Penicheiro, Sheryl Swoopes, Cynthia Cooper. But there’s not one particular player like Michael Jordan for women.
Q: Is there life after death?
A: I think so. I think there’s a heaven and a hell.
Q: Who is the worst driver on the team?
A: Allison. When she has the Mustang, you know how that goes. In the Mustang, the speed limit …
Q: If you could change places with someone else for a day, who would it be?
A: I would probably say … Pamela Anderson Lee. She’s had a taste of everybody.
Q: How badly are you going to beat Boston University?
A: So bad that they will never, ever forget the day they came across the Bulls.