Getting to Know Women's Soccer: Cecilia Magos|
March 17, 2014
CHICAGO - UICFlames.com features a Q&A with women’s soccer player Cecilia Magos. The women's soccer program was launched in November of 2012 with the hiring of head coach Brian Rigby, but won't begin varsity competition until the fall of 2014. Until then, UICFlames.com would like to `Get to Know' the newest additions to our Flames Family.
UICFlames.com: What made you choose UIC?
UICFlames.com: What is your intended major?
UICFlames.com: Talk about the transition thus far from high school practices to college practices.
Cecilia Magos: I think the big difference is that college practices are a lot more demanding, a lot harder and faster paced.
UICFlames.com: To date, what have been your biggest accomplishment and/or moment in regards to soccer?
UICFlames.com: What are your thoughts toward being the first women to ever play on a UIC women’s soccer team?
UICFlames.com: How has it been getting to know your teammates on and off of the field?
UICFlames.com: How excited are you to play for coach Rigby?
UICFlames.com: From what you have seen in practices, what do you think your team’s philosophy will be?
Cecilia Magos: To work hard and stay consistent. We want to continue to be able to challenge one another.
UICFlames.com: What would you say is you biggest strength that you bring to the team?
UICFlames.com: What do you see as some of the teams’ strengths?
UICFlames.com: How do you plan to improve your game by the time the season begins next fall?
UICFlames.com: By the time you graduate from UIC, what impact do you hope to make both on and off the field?
UICFlames.com: Now that you are living in downtown Chicago, what has been your favorite experience so far not relating to soccer?
UICFlames.com: When you are not playing soccer, or in class, what do you like to do in your free time?