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Kim Lope: Getting the Run Down

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Q. What is your major?
Nutrition and Wellness

Q: What is your favorite class at Marywood?
Sports Nutrition

Q: Who is your favorite professor?
Sandi Graham (Coordinator of Family and Consumer Sciences, Assistant Professor)

Q: What is your favorite pre-game meal?
Bagels or Sandwiches

Q: What are your favorite sports team?
New York Giants, New York Yankees

Q: What position do you play?
Shortstop

Q: What softball pitcher or MLB pitcher would you like to face?
Jennie Finch or Mariano Rivera

Q: Do you have any rituals before or during the game?
Before games, I usually listen to music and I always have to put my left cleat on first. Also, I always kiss my bat before I go up to hit.
Q: What is your favorite glove brand?
Mizuno & Easton

Q: What’s on your iPod?
Drake, Jay-Z, and anything with a good beat

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