Jan. 31, 2002

1. What is one of your most embarrassing moments?
In elementary school I was lying under a tree one day and a bird pooped all over my face.

2. Who is your role model and what is it about that person that makes them a role model?
My parents are my role models because they are exceptional people and they represent what great parents should be.

3. What is/has been your favorite class at OU?
Nutrition.

4. What is your favorite basketball memory?
Beating Purdue during the 1999-2000 season in the NCAA tournament for our first-ever birth to the Sweet 16.

5. Who was your first boyfriend and what grade were you in?
Jason Retan, first grade.

6. What is your favorite fast food restaurant and what do you order when you go there?
I go to JJ's Pizza and order a pizza with tomatoes, green peppers and mushrooms.

7. If there was a TV show made about you, what would it be called and why?
Dog Show. It would be a show strictly for dogs, because dogs are one of life's treasures.

8. If you were an animal, what would you be and why?
I would be a dog because they are smart, beautiful and deeply loving.

9. Who is your favorite professional athlete and why?
Steve Nash. He makes everyone else better and he's fun to watch.

10. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
I would go home to Canada, because I don't get the opportunity to do so very often.

11. What is your favorite article of clothing?
A hooded sweatshirt.

12. If you could go out on a date with anyone in the world, who would it be?
My fianc, Chris Schuman.

13. Who's the funniest person on the team?
Caton Hill.

14. What is your dream car?
Anything other than an '86 Honda.

15. Do you have any pre-game superstitions?
I retie my shoes and shoot the last lay up immediately before tip off. I also stand to the immediate right of Coach Coale in our team huddle before the game starts.

16. Who are your closest friends on the team?
Jen Cunningham and Caton Hill.

17. Where did you develop your competitiveness?
I developed my competitiveness throughout my childhood while playing against my older brother, Burke, in nearly any and every activity we engaged in. He was always so much better I had to pretend like he wasn't and give everything I had just to make it a contest.