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Tribe 20 Questions with Dana Lotito
Updated: Friday 01/05/2012 (ET)
by TribeAthletics.com
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Q: Why did you choose the Tribe?
I loved the school - its has great community and offers an excellent education.

Q: Take us through your pre-game mental preparation routine:
Usually I listen to music and focus on what my role is on the team and try to prepare to fulfill that role to the fullest.

Q: Do you belong to any other clubs, groups, or organizations?
Last semester I was in women's chorus, Jump! Magazine, and Project Phoenix.

Q: What is your intended or declared major and why?
English and hopefully public policy/education.  I love to write and want to do education reform.

Q: Describe your dream job:
Working on education legislation and writing.

Q: If you could play another sport at W&M what would it be and why?
Soccer! I always loved playing and I miss it.

Q: What is your favorite quote or phrase?
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Q: What is your favorite type of food (i.e. Chinese, Mexican, etc.)?
Italian.

Q: Favorite place you have visited or traveled to and why?
Salzburg, Austria and Krakaw, Poland. I love European history.

Q: If you could sit down for lunch with anyone in the world who would it be and why?
J.K. Rowling because I want her imagination.

Q: Most addicting television show?
White Collar.

Q: How will you change the world (or even just one person's world)?
I want to help reform education.

Q: Tell us something about yourself that most people don't know ...
I played piano for 10 years.

Q: What's number one on your bucket list and why?
To travel to an exotic place because I love traveling.

Q: What is your best non-athletic skill?
Writing.

Q: What is your biggest pet peeve and why?
When people misuse "your" and "you're"! I'm a grammar stickler.

Q: What is something you are afraid of?
I hate scary movies!

Q: What is an obstacle you had to overcome in your life?
Honors Physics was my hardest class in high school but as a freshman, getting through that set my momentum for the rest of high school.











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