March 18, 2011
EAST LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan State field hockey team will feature a student-athlete every two weeks this spring in attempt to "Meet the Spartans". This week, red-shirt junior Angie Lucik (Emmaus, PA) sat down with msuspartans.com to answer some questions about her pregame rituals and what some of her career ambitions are. Lucik scored one goal and tallied three assists this past season.
Nicknames: Angie, Lu
Year in School: Senior
Hometown: Emmaus, PA
Major: Human Biology
Jersey number: 21
Favorite class: Pharmacology
Favorite movie: All of the Harry Potter movies especially Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Favorite food: A really good baguette that is crunchy on the outside but really soft on the inside
Favorite restaurant: At school, Sansu and at home, Vetri
Special talents: I can wiggle my eyeballs
Pets: Two dogs, Sophie and Bella
Siblings: Two sisters, Allison and Amanda
What do you want to be when you grow up: Physician Assistant
The most exotic place you have traveled to: Rocky Mountains in Colorado
Dream vacation spot: The Mediterranean
Favorite musician or band: Beyonce
Song gets you pumped up before a game: Anything by Beyonce
Reason you came to school MSU: I loved the team, the university and I knew it was a strong program. I like to win.
Favorite TV show: Millionaire Matchmaker
Favorite celebrity: Beyonce
Favorite thing to do besides play field hockey: Sleep
Favorite store to shop: J. Crew
If you were not playing field hockey, what other sport would you be involved with: Volleyball
Interesting Fact: I enjoy learning about flowers and I want to be on the Amazing Race one day.
Favorite spot on campus: The locker room
Favorite professional sports team: Premier League soccer, Manchester United
Favorite game played at MSU: When we played University of Michigan in 2009 during the regular season to win the Big Ten Conference title
Pre-game ritual: Breakfast, straighten my hair and then dance party in the locker room
Funny memory of a team mate or team trip: The dance party on the bus coming home from Northwestern.