March 3, 2008

Up Close & Personal with Julia Campbell

Banner Elk, NC--As we continue our series of Up Close & Personal interviews with the Lady Bobcats' lacrosse team we meet up with midfielder Julia Campbell. A native of Black Mountain, NC, Campbell has scored a goal already in the young season. Join us as wet get to know her a bit better.

1. What made you decide to come to Lees-McRae? I enjoy the mountains and was also recruited to play soccer up here. But plans change, and I've been introduced to lacrosse. I love it.

2. How long have you been playing lacrosse? I've been playing for about two years.

3. What are your personal goals for this season? My goal is to become a better all around player.

4. What's your favorite lacrosse memory here at Lees-McRae so far? My favorite memory is our home game against Queens last year. It was pouring down raining, and we played the best game of the season, leaving the Queens players stunned

5. Who has been the most influential person on your athletic career? My brother Guy has been. He has played college sports, so when times get tough he knows what to do to make me feel better.

6. If you weren't playing lacrosse, what other sport would you play? I would play soccer.

7. What is your major and what do you plan to do with your degree? I'm a business major. I plan to work in management at any ski resort out west.

8. If you could travel back in time to any point in history, where would you go? I would go to the 60's. They sounded like a lot of fun.

9. What is your favorite book? Well, see I don't really have the time to read novels. But I do like Dr. Seuss' OH, the Places You'll Go and the Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein.

10. What is your favorite food? My mom's meatloaf is the best. It always makes me happy!

11. If you could visit any place in the world, where would it be? Greece and New Zeland, I hear they are great places.

12. What is one word that describes you and why? Energetic


Julia's Story … I'm from Black Mountain, North Carolina. I came up here in the 8th grade to watch my brother play soccer against LMC and enjoyed the town and that the ski resorts were close. I kept the option open when applying for schools and was accepted. I was orignally recruited to play soccer, which I did play for two years, then was asked to help reboot the lacrosse program. I'm happy that I have joined the team. I love learning a new sport.