St. Cecilia Academy News
Scarab Nation Athlete of the Week: Rosie Robinson
Rosie Robinson is the Scarab Nation Athlete of the Week. Rosie is a sophomore on the track team, runs everything from the 100-meter to the 800-meter and also competes in the high jump. When asked about Rosie, head track coach Bryan Picklesimer said, "Rosie is one of those special athletes that really make the season so special. She always works hard and is never satisfied until it feels perfect. Sometimes I have to make her stop and go home so she does not overwork herself. Not only does she set an example to those around her with her determination and drive, she always brings a smile and a contagious energy to practice that makes her fun to be around." We sat down with Rosie to find out what makes her so much fun and such a great teammate.
Question: How long have you been playing this sport?
Answer: I started last year.
Question: What do you love most about this sport?
Answer: I love my teammates and practices are pretty fun.
Question: Do you have any pregame rituals or traditions?
Answer: Kate Dortch has to hold my blocks when I start a race.
Question: Do you have plans to compete collegiately?
Answer: Yes, that would be awesome.
Question: How close are you all as a team?
Answer: Very close. That is what makes practices so much fun.
Question: What is your favorite TV show?
Answer: The Office.
Question: What are the top 5 songs on your playlist right now?
Answer: Anything by NEEDTOBREATHE.
Question: What is your favorite snack food?
Answer: Anything sweet.
Question: What is your favorite pre-game meal?
Answer: Peanut butter crackers.
Question: If you could have dinner with anyone in the world, dead or alive, who would it be?
Answer: Jesus or possibly Cate Goodrum.
Question: What are your goals for this season?
Answer: To continue to improve.
Question: What do you attribute your success to?
Answer: I had lots of practice running away from my brothers when I was younger.
Question: What do you love most about being a Scarab?
Answer: The small close community is perfect.