Nickname: Cinda, Cin, Cinders
Year of Graduation: 2015
High School/Hometown: St. Andrew's School, Middletown DE
Favorite Position: Midfield
# of Years Playing Lacrosse: 13
Where were you born & where do you currently live?
Born in Delaware, currently live in Queen Anne
Favorite Pump Up Song?
Hear Me Coming - Yung Joc
A Lot Like Love
Do you have any pets?
A border collie back east!!!
What are 3 words that you would use to describe yourself?
Giddy, driven, creative
What does being part of CSL meant to you?
It's like my home away from home -- being back on the lacrosse field and playing/coaching/growing with this AWESOME group of people!!
If you could have dinner with any 3 individuals who would they be?
Ghandi, my grandma, and my mother
What is your favorite lacrosse memory?
the first year of picking up a stick (6th grade) and playing for hours in the backyard with my older brother, counting how many catches we could get
What are your favorite inspirational quotes?
Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit. - e. e. cummings
If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Favorite School subject?
ENGLISH and environmental science
What is your favorite place you’ve ever been?
My family's house in Putney, Vermont
Who is one person you look up to and why?
My grandmother. She is constantly reading and absorbing the world around her. She knows so much about nature, literature, history, current events, and is so humble about it all... She always gives me meditative, loving words of wisdom!
Besides lacrosse, what other interests do you have?
painting, hiking, making spotify playlists (i have over 200...), making highlight films, trail runs
If you were an animal, what would you be?
reality: golden retreiver puppy, dream: any kind of whale
Any hidden talents?
What are your goals for lacrosse?
One of my goals is to have the girls become comfortable with feeling uncomfortable -- to have fun with the growing process. It is so important to get used to feeling uncomfortable in order to grow in lacrosse (and in the classroom -- and any aspect of life).
I hope to give them a solid foundation so they will know what they need to keep working on during the off season. Lastly, I want to share my love of lacrosse and that feeling of not being able to get of it ---and to bring that energy to every practice/game/meeting!