Nickname: Komer
Sport: Women's Tennis
Hometown: Venetia, Pa.
Major: Business Undeclared



Three words to describe yourself?   1) Funny 2) Athletic 3) Hardworking

What has been your most embarrassing moment?   Walking into the men's restroom... more than once.

Do you room with athletes? What's that like?   Yes, a field hockey and lacrosse player. It's awesome! I've really enjoyed getting to know them and their teammates.

What is a fun fact about yourself?   I drive a truck.

Where is the coolest place you've traveled?   Greece.

What's one song on your iPod that nobody would know?   "Said Nobody."

Favorite TV show or program?   Ridiculousness.

What do you like to do on your spare time?   Play sports, fish and dirt bike. 

Favorite Meal?   Cereal. Boxes of it.

Who is your favorite musical artist?   Florida Georgia Line.

Any hidden talents?   I play the violin.

What are your biggest pet peeves?   When people don't have pet peeves. 

What are three things that are on your bucket list?   1) See the Northern Lights. 2) Go heli-skiing. 3) Jump off Niagra Falls... and survive.

Do you have any pets?   Yes, an Aussie-Doodle.

What is your favorite cereal?   Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Dream job?   Filming extreme sports documentaries.



If you could describe your life as a movie what movie would it be?   Hot Rod.

If you were an animal which one would you be and why?   A monkey because I like monkeys.

If you had one wish, what would it be?   To ace all my classes without going to any classes or studying.

What superpower would you want, or what superhero would you want to be?   To fly.

What cartoon character would you be?   Goofy.

Talent you would most like to have?   The ability to dunk a basketball.



Most memorable moment as a member of the Blue Hens?   Walking onto the court for our first match.

What do you and your team do to get student's to come to your game?   Go to other team's games.

What is your game-day playlist?   Everything.

What was the best advice ever given to you?   "Take everyone's advice with a grain of salt."

Compiled by Shannon Hawley, Athletics Media Relations Student Intern