Q & A With Volleyball Captain Priscilla McGhee

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Q & A With Volleyball Captain Priscilla McGhee

Photo Courtesy of Kathryn McDarrah

Photo Courtesy of Kathryn McDarrah

Photo Courtesy of Kathryn McDarrah

Violet Chube, Staff Reporter

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Q: Why did you start playing volleyball?
A. I started playing volleyball because I thought it was fun and I loved the competitive feel of the game.

Q. When did you start playing?
A. I started playing volleyball in third grade.

QWhat has been your favorite memory from playing volleyball at Regina?
A. My favorite memory is when we do team bonding.

Q. How has being a captain differed from being a player?
A. Being a captain, you are able to be a leader and an example for your other teammates; it gives me a chance to test my responsibility and leadership skills.

Q. What is one game you will always remember from Regina volleyball?
A. Our Resurrection game, we went to three sets and fought hard to win.

Q. What was the biggest challenge you faced while playing volleyball and how did you overcome it?
A. The biggest challenge was having to stay positive in a game or practice when we as a team aren’t doing well or are making mistakes.

Q. What will you miss most about playing volleyball at Regina?
A. I will miss being with the team and playing against competitive teams.

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