Jan. 26, 2010
BERKELEY - Freshman Steven Lacombe joins the California men's gymnastics team from his hometown of Mission Viejo, Calif. Cal head coach Barry Weiner calls Lacombe a diamond who simply needs time to learn and polish. Lacombe can do a double front on vault and his great strength on rings will make him a fierce collegiate competitor. CalBears.com caught up with the freshman to discuss his first semester as a student-athlete at Cal.
CalBears.com: What has been the hardest, most surprisingly aspect about transitioning from high school to college?
CalBears.com: What has been your favorite part about college life so far?
CalBears.com: What is your favorite part about gymnastics?
CalBears.com: When you're not in the gym, what are you likely to be doing?
CalBears.com: What would you like people to remember about you after you leave Cal?
CalBears.com: What were your initial impressions of Berkeley?
CalBears.com: Now that you're done or almost done with your first semester of college, what advice do you wish someone had told you about college or would you give to incoming student-athletes?