17 - Stacey Sank
|Hometown: ||Elmira, N.Y.|
|High School: ||Iroquois Central|
- "I made VWC my top choice because of the competitiveness of the women's athletics programs, the location near the beach, and the size of the campus."
- Selected VWC over Daemen College, the University of Buffalo and St. Johns University Queens
- Academic Dean Scholarship recipient
- Honors & Scholars Program
- Competed in soccer, basketball and track
- Four-time Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division II All-Star, three times second team
- Ranks 14th among Iroquois' all-time leading scorers
- Helped Iroquois to an 11-6-1 record in soccer as a senior, a 12-8 mark in basketball and a runner-up finish in track and field
- Daughter of Michele and Daniel Sank; parents attended Erie Community College, the Rochester Institute of Technology and Bryant and Stratton
- Born in Philadelphia
- Has one brother, Christopher, a student at the University of Buffalo
- Self-description in 10 words or less: "Outgoing, determined, energetic, athletic"
- Enjoys all types of music and vacation time in Puerto Rico
- A fan of Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho
- Favorites include the movies "Remember Me" and "Out Cold," and the TV series "CSI"
- My favorite aspect of being an athlete is: "Being part of a team, which becomes your family, and then conquering goals."
- The part of my game I've improved the most is: "Controlling the ball."
- My personal athletic goal at VWC is: "To give 110% all of the time, and to improve the skill areas that need it."
- If I could spend one day with a famous person from any time period it would be: "Daniel Webster, because he can teach me words he wrote in the dictionary."
- If I could participate in a reality show it would be: "America's Got Talent, because it would be fun and interesting!"
- If I could possess one superpower it would be: "flying, because it would be a more efficient way of taveling."
- People might be surprised to know: "I used to wrestle, in sixth grade."
- It's the year 2025 and: "I am either operating on a patient in my success career, or vacationing at Bora Bora."
- The most important advice I've received is: "Be hated for what you are rather than loved for who you're not." --Coach Rollo
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