The Collegian
Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Q&A with Spencer Schiff

Q: When did you start playing soccer?

A: I first started playing soccer probably at the age of seven.

Q: What's your favorite thing about soccer?

A: Any game, no matter who is playing, any team has a great chance of winning because it is not about having plays or set pieces but rather who came to win and compete.

Q: How do you prepare yourself for a game?

A: I just try to think about what will make me have a successful game. And most of the time I listen to music.

Q: What are your hopes for the season?

A: To win the A-10 championship and make it to the NCAAs.

Q: How did it feel to score the game-winning goal in your first collegiate game [against Longwood on Sept. 1]?

A: It was very exciting, not just because it was my first collegiate game, but because it was a very tough-fought battle that we got to end with a win.

Q: What is your motto or words that you live by?

A: "Be who you are and not who you want to be."

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