Oct. 18, 2011
The Just For Kicks questions are "A-OK", and now so is today's senior Owl profile. Forward Annie Kadota, a veteran with two goals this season, is checking in for her last 1-v-1 macthup with the team's Q & A feature.
Full name: Anne Ostrom Kadota (yup, I'm AOK)
My Rice College: Jones
Nickname my teammates call me: "Annie"
Favorite soccer player: Megan Rapinoe
Favorite movie: Billy Madison
Favorite book: A Tale of Two Cities
Favorite web site: feelgoodblogs.com
Favorite music artist: Bob Marley
My favorite snack is: walnuts
Favorite meal at the Rice servery: cinnamon rolls with extra frostinggg
My favorite class at Rice: Issues in Contemporary Sport
I chose to attend Rice because: people can say "Hey, did you go to Rice because you're Asian?" I've gotten that way too many times since my freshman year.
What I like most about college life: the people that I have met
My pet peeve is: misuse of words such as their/there/they're, your/you're or to/too
One athlete I would like to meet is: LaDanian Tomlinson
One person (non athlete) I would like to meet: Anderson Cooper
On Twitter, I follow: no Twitter for me, but I do appreciate the occasional tweet @funnygirl (thank you Andie)
When I last looked, I had this many friends on Facebook: I would tell you, but I don't want to embarrass you.
My favorite moment of my soccer career so far: my mom and dad getting to watch me play college soccer. I bring the family honor!
So far in my career, I've probably been through this many pair of soccer shoes: The real question is, why do I wear a size 10 and I am only 5'4"?
I chose my Rice jersey number because: I was born on the 12th
The person who got me interested in soccer was: my daddy
The best soccer advice I ever had was: "Just play soccer."
Favorite sport besides soccer: skiing/snowboarding. shred the gnar.
The Rice team I like to watch play their sport: volleyball
I describe myself as: animated
My teammates think I am: a dancing fiend
The Rice Owl on the team right now who I could one day see as being a college head coach: Jessica "Steve" Howard
The Rice soccer player with the best non-soccer talent is: I'm pretty sure Amy Czyz knows every single word to every rap song that has come out within the last ten years.
One thing I'd like to say, but you didn't ask: Thank you to all my wonderful teammates for making my time at Rice so special :)
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