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Volume I & II Athletes

Elizabeth Repella
G, Basketball, #10

Name: Liz Repella
Birth date: 8/6/88
Hometown: Steubenville, Ohio
Parents’ Names: Maddalena and Gary Repella
Siblings’ Names: Tana and Stephen
Pets and Names: Turtle- Freddie
College Major: Pre-pharmacy

50 Things to Know About Liz Repella

The Favorites!

1. Favorite Quotation (and who said it): 
“Where God’s love is, there is NO fear.” 
2. Favorite Color: 
3. Favorite Performer: 
Will Ferrell
4. Favorite Movie: 
Love and Basketball
5. Favorite Book: 
I don’t read much except for my chemistry and biology books.
6. Favorite Television Show: 
I don’t watch TV.
7. Favorite Song: 
The Heart of a Champion by Nelly gets me pumped up!
8. Favorite Class (from what grade, school?): 
Physics from 12th grade, Steubenville High School
9. Favorite Teacher (from what grade, school?): 
Mrs. Aulet from 6th grade, Harding Middle School
10. Favorite Subject (from what grade, school?): 
Gym class; Wells Elementary School
11. Favorite Food: 
Anything Italian and that my mom cooks.
12. Favorite Vacation Spot: 
Myrtle Beach
13. Favorite Place to Hang Out at WVU: 
My apartment
14. Favorite Sport to Play: 
15. Favorite Sport to Watch: 
College Basketball and football
16. Favorite College Team: 
17. Favorite Professional Team: 
Steelers, Pirates, Cavs
18. Favorite Car: 
I like my car. A blue 2007 Equinox.

The Bests!

19. Best thing about WVU: 
Everyone is so friendly!
20. Best thing about Morgantown: 
There is always something going on.
21. Best thing about my hometown: 
All of my family is there!!
22. Best thing about attending WVU: 
Playing for the women’s basketball team.
23. Best thing about getting a college education: 
After graduation, I know I’ll have a job so I can support my family and myself.
24. Best thing about my major: 
There will always be a need in the medical field.
25. Best experience in middle school:
Becoming a global champion in Destination Imagination
26. Best experience in high school: 
I loved every second of high school! It’s too hard to choose just one.
27. Best experience at WVU: 
Playing in the NCAA tournament in New Mexico
28. Best vacation or trip: 
Myrtle Beach when all of my aunts, uncles, and cousins would go at the same time

Three Qualities

29. Three qualities I look for in a friend:
Loyal, trustworthy, humorous
30. Three qualities I look for in a teacher: 
Intelligence, personality, fairness
31. Three qualities I look for in a coach: 
High energy, toughness, wise
32. Three of my best qualities: 
Intelligent, funny, optimistic
33. Three things I want others to remember about me: 
Somebody whom they could count on for a smile, loyalty, and respectfulness
34. Three reasons why people succeed: 
Hard work, dedication, toughness
35. Three reasons why people fail: 
They are not motivated, they are lazy, and they never try.
36. Three things I do when I am bored: 
Take a nap, talk/text on my phone, go to the gym

Most Important Things

37. Most important thing a parent can do for his/her child: 
Always be there for them with love.
38. Most important things teachers can do for their students: 
Offer help and always encourage questions.
39. Most important thing coaches can do for their teams: 
They should encourage their players to become all that they can be.
40. Most important thing to do in school: 
Stay focused.
41. Most important thing to do every day: 
Pray and thank God for what he has granted you.
42. Most important thing to remember about life: 
Life goes on.
43. Most important thing to remember about family: 
They’ll always be there for you.
44. Most important thing to do when the going gets rough: 
Persevere. Tough times build character.


45. If I could do anything, I would: 
bring peace to the world.
46. If I could change anything in my past, I would: 
I wouldn’t change anything in my past. 
47. If I could meet anyone, I would meet: 
Brady Quinn.
48. If I could go back in time, I would: 
spend time with my grandma, Nunnie.
49. If I could see into the future, I would want to know: 
where I’ll be in 10 years.
50. If I won a million dollars, I would: 

invest it, make sure my family had the best of everything, and donate to charities.