Katie Schneider - Women's Volleyball

Katie Schneider - Women's Volleyball

Major/Minor:  Criminal Justice/Mathematics

Internships:  Legal intern working with immigrants and refugees at International Institute of New England.

Sport team & Position:  Volleyball; setter/defensive specialist

One personal goal for this season: Be loud every game and go for every ball.

Pregame superstition: I can’t be wearing nail polish and hair in a ponytail.

What attracted you to Lasell University? I always knew I wanted to study on the east coast. Lasell is a smaller school located five miles outside of Boston. I have the ability to visit the city without living in the city. 

What do you hope to do when you graduate? I hope to have a career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

What is your favorite memory of your time at Lasell? Spring week, especially the drag show. Everyone who went had such an amazing time, and the performers were amazing. It was an exciting and fun experience.

How has your experience at Lasell prepared you for your future endeavors? I have been able to develop my customer service and public speaking experience as an orientation leader. I have learned how to work in an office environment as a peer advisor; and I have been able to balance everything while being a student athlete giving me organizational and time management skills.

Tell me something about you that people might not know. I can solve a 1,000-piece puzzle in three hours

Car do you drive-  Toyota Camry
Favorite Food-  Pasta
Favorite Movie- Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2
Favorite Sports Team-  LA Kings
Favorite Phone App-  Snapchat
Motto to live by- My motto to live by is “there is nothing more classy or powerful than showing forgiveness to someone who does not deserve it.” If you wanted a sports related motto: “every day, every game is a blessing”
iPhone or Android-  iPhone
Percent phone battery you have right now- 21%
Best concert you attended-  Charlie Puth Voicenotes tour
Favorite place to be at Lasell University-  Beach volleyball court