Kickin’ it with Emily Zurrer

By Sultan Abdul-Ahad

Staff writer

Q : What are some common misperceptions about Canadians?

A: It’s really cold, that we live in igloos and some people don’t know we celebrate Christmas.

Q: Is it colder here or back home?

A: It’s colder here.

Q: What is the coldest day you have ever experienced at home?

A: In 1996 we had a blizzard with four feet of snow.

Q: Have you made an appearance with the full Canadian National Team?

A: Yes, I have two caps.

Q: What is the best part about being a student-athlete?

A: All of the people you meet through athletics.

Q: What is the worst part about being a student-athlete?

A: Mandatory study hours.

Q: Of your coaches here, which one is the hardest to please?

A: Coach Rayfield.

Q: What is your favorite sport outside of soccer?

A: Basketball and snowboarding.

Q: What is your most prized possession?

A: My snowboard.

Q: Who is your favorite athlete?

A: Lance Armstrong.

Q: If you could meet one person in the whole world, who would it be?

A: Lance Armstrong and Oprah.

Q: What is your favorite genre of music?

A: I have started to like country music since coming here, but before games I like to listen to Eminem.

Q: Who is your favorite actor or actress?

A: Denzel Washington.

Q: What is your favorite movie?

A: “Remember the Titans,” “Dumb and Dumber” and Old School.”

Q: What are your life ambitions?

A: Play in the Olympics, have a successful job and a family.