Caitlyn Garcia - Women's Volleyball

Caitlyn Garcia - Women's Volleyball

Name:  Caitlyn Garcia

Major/Minor: Sports Communication/ Event Management

Internships:
Waltham Recreation (Spring 2017), Orleans Firebird Game Day Staff (Summer 2017), Blue Key Society Ambassador

Sport team & Position:
Women Volleyball, Libero

One personal goal for this season:
Hit 2,000+ career digs

Pregame superstition: I always braid my hair the same way for games.

What:
Car do you drive-
2013 Nissan Rogue
Favorite Food-
Mexican Food
Favorite Movie-
A League of Their Own
Favorite Sports Team-
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Favorite Phone App-
Snapchat
Motto to live by-
“The future depends on what you do today.” 
iPhone or Android-
iPhone
Percent phone battery you have right now-
79%
Best concert you attended-
Sam Hunt
Favorite place to be at Lasell College-
on the volleyball court


What attracted you to Lasell College?

I wanted to play at a competitive level for volleyball. I also liked that Lasell was a small college that was not directly in the city, but was easy to get to the city if I wanted to. I also loved the fact of being in a huge sports city.

 

What do you hope to do when you graduate?

I hope to have a job right after college in the area working in some area of sports.

 

What is your favorite memory of your time at Lasell?

My favorite memory during my time at Lasell would be Marathon Monday, coming from the west coast I had no idea what Patriots day was all about and I just love the atmosphere of the day.

 

How has your experience at Lasell prepared you for your future endeavors?

I think Lasell has prepared me for my future because of the connective learning experiences. After completing two internships and really bringing the work field into the classroom, I feel that I will be one step head of others come graduation.

 

Tell me something about you that people might not know.

I did not start playing volleyball until 7th grade and didn’t start playing competitively until 9th grade. Growing up I played softball and Junior year of high school I decided to give up softball and really focus on playing volleyball so I could play at a collegiate level.