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Volleyball Player Interview

Jodie Lau

Are there any short-term goals you’d like to accomplish in the next few months to a couple of years?                                                                                                  

Jodie – “At least 100 assists by the end of this season.”

What do you believe to be one of your weaknesses and what are you doing to improve it?

Jodie – “My greatest weakness is my vertical and I have been doing plyometrics to help better my vert.”    vert= how high you can jump

Why are you so passionate about playing sports? 

Jodie -”I love playing sports to stay healthy and it is like the only thing I am good at.”

Is there a coach or athlete that you look up to as a role model and why?             

Jodie – “Kevin Kasdan my coach from middle school who unfortunately passed away is my biggest role model. He would be the reason why I would go to school every single day”

What does your daily routine look like?                                                             

Jodie- “Leg day 24/7”

What have you learned about teamwork from your past experiences on your team’s                                                                                            

Jodie – “People will always have problems with one another because everybody is jealous of something.”

Describe your major highlights and achievements in sports in the past.           

Jodie- “I had 7 aces in a row against John Dewey.”

What do you see yourself accomplishing in five to 10 years?                          

Jodie- “I see myself making a bank.”

Do you have any hobbies or interests outside of sports?                                    

Jodie – “I enjoy playing valorant and sleeping.”

Rank the top five priorities currently in your life.                                            

Jodie – “Volleyball Grades Money Valorant Sleep”

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