Oct. 17, 2012
Meet the members of the Rice soccer team in the Q & A feature, "Just For Kicks". In today's profile junior Britton Cartwrigth takes-on the hard-hitting interview questions.
On the soccer field this season Cartwright has played in seven of the team's 17 games. The Dallas native has played a total of 170 minutes this year.
Full name: Britton Marie Cartwright
My College: Hanszen
Nicknames my teammates call me: "Britt" or "B"
Favorite soccer player: still Alex Morgan, because she is absolutely gorgeous!
Favorite movie: The Lion King
My favorite music artist: Taylor Swift!
My pet peeve: Sparky
My favorite snack: Fancy Feast
My favorite meal at the Rice servery: East cheese burgers and french fries
My favorite class at Rice: All sport management classes
I chose to attend Rice because: To see people's reactions in high school after telling them I got into Rice. Apparently people don't think I'm the brightest crayon in the box. which I totally am.
What I like most about college life at Rice: feeding every single squirrel in sight
One athlete (but a non soccer player) I would like to meet: Dwyane Wade
On Twitter I follow: Taylor Swift. Her new CD, "Red," hits stores October 22nd so y'all should check it out...or else
My favorite moment of my soccer career so far: Going up for headers against `Dub' at every Thursday practice
The very first kids' soccer team I played for was nicknamed: the Mustangs
The best soccer advice I ever had was: "Make a girl cry, get a dollar."
The Rice team I like to watch play their sport: THE BASEBALL TEAM!!!!
The most embarrassing thing that ever happened to me was: last year's spring fitness practices
I describe myself as: annoying
My teammates think I: am obnoxiously endearing
Coach Nicky thinks I: say hilarious things!!
My favorite Coach Nicky expression: "shoes and shinnies off!"
Other than myself, the Rice Owl(s) to keep an eye on this season: Kristi and Kayden Bell
The Rice soccer player with the best non-soccer talent: Rachel is superhuman. She does anything and everything perfectly.
One thing I'd like to say, but you didn't ask: "when you said you needed space.....WHAT."
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