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September 17, 2010

Pfeiffer’s 20 Questions With...

Women’s Volleyball’s Kaci Markham

Thursday, September 16, 2010 — This installment in Pfeiffer’s 20 Questions With... features Kaci Markham, a junior libero on the Pfeiffer women’s volleyball team from Asheboro.

The former Asheboro Blue Comet led the Falcons last season in digs with 361 and had 32 aces last year as well.

The 20 Questions

1) What’s your Favorite Area Restaurant? Mazatlan

2) Like Home Games or Road Games Better? Why? “Home because of all the good fans!”

3) Best Thing About Pfeiffer?  “Playing volleyball.”

4) Most Scenic Part of Pfeiffer? “The beaches of Misenheimer (the lake).”

5) What sweet food could you never ever give up? -”My grandmaw’s home-made cakes.”

6) What's your favorite breakfast food? “French toast sticks.”

7) What's the most outrageous thing you've ever eaten? “Frog legs.”

8) What magical power you wish you had? “Become invisible.”

9) Do you need more shoes, think you need more shoes or have plenty of shoes? “Have too many but could always use more (smile).”

10) Are you afraid of public speaking? “Very afraid of ...unless it is on something I can talk forever about.”

11) Do you read the directions before putting something together? “No, I just try to figure out as I go.”

12) Favorite TV Show? “Jersey Shore”

13) All-time Favorite movie? “Finding Nemo”

14) Favorite U.S City to Visit? “New York”

15) Favorite vacation spot? “Somewhere tropical.”

16) What Three Words Would YOU use to Best Describe You? “Sweet, dependable, generous.”

17) What three words would your friends use to describe you? “Random, fun and artistic.”

18) What’s something most people don’t know about you? “I have always wanted to do interior design and I'd also love to travel and learn different cultures and language.”

19) What is your pre-game superstition? What about your team?  “I always get ready an hour or so before I have to be at the gym and listen to music to get myself pumped. It’s something I do every game.”

20) What’s your own season outlook for your team? “Our team is young but very very talented! We're gonna show that talent this season and come out with an even better record than before! Support us!

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