More than the score

Carley Snyder

Carley Snyder

September 21, 2006

Clear Spring
Girls Soccer

How difficult is it for you to balance athletics with youracademic requirements?

"Not hard, you just have to study and stick with your academics."

Who has had the biggest influence on your life?

"My mom. I try to take after her. Both my parents have taught me to have a hard work ethic. I look up to my mother because she does a lot for my brother and I, and really holds us together."

Where is your favorite place to hang out?

"Watching movies on the couch or at sleepovers, at Myrtle Beach and going to Cancun with my friends."

What is your proudest moment on or off the field?

"Scoring a header off a corner kick to tie the game. Even though we ended up losing, it felt great."

What is your favorite Web Site?


"MySpace, but I only spend 10 minutes a day, if that, because of my busy schedule."

What are your career aspirations?

"I plan on going to a four-year college and studying radiology. With that degree, I would like to get into the nuclear medicine field. Both my grandparents died of skin cancer and that is what really inspired me."

What extracurricular activities are you involved with?

"History Club, basketball, track, prom committee and Student Council."

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