Up Close & Personal with Brittany Roberson
Banner Elk, NC--Today we meet up with junior forward Brittany Roberson of Salisbury, NC. Roberson is averaging 9.6 points and 5.7 rebounds per game for the Lady Bobcats. Join us as we get to know her a bit better.
1. What made you decide to come to Lees-McRae? The coach and location both played a role in my decision to play basketball at Lees-McRae.
2. How long have you been playing basketball? I've been playing basketball for about 13 years.
3. What are your personal goals for this season? I want to have as much fun as I can, play as hard as I can, and help my team win as many games as we can.
4. What's your favorite basketball memory here at Lees-McRae so far? My favorite memory is when we beat Anderson University on the road.
5. Who has been the most influential person on your athletic career? My dad has had that role in my life.
6. If you weren't playing basketball, what other sport would you play? I would play volleyball.
7. What is your major and what do you plan to do with your degree? My major is Business; I plan to either start my own business or become apart of another business and be successful.
8. If you could travel back in time to any point in history, where would you go? I'd go back to the early 1800's….life was both simple and exquisite.
9. What is your favorite food? My favorite food is cheese.
10. If you could visit any place in the world, where would it be? I'd like to go anywhere in Europe.
11. What is one word that describes you and why? Goofy...Enjoyable….I am a lot of fun, but serious when I need to be.
Brittany's Story … My name is Brittany Roberson, and I am from Salisbury, NC. I have been playing basketball ever since I was about seven years old, and without my parents support it would have never been possible. Through the years, I have gone from recreational ball to AAU to high school, and have loved every minute of it. My senior year, we played Asheville High where I met Coach John Siers and Sebastian Wild. They came to the sectionals game in the 3A state tournament where they asked me to play for Lees-McRae. After visiting the campus and talking with the coaches I was sold. That is how I ended up here today.