Oct. 27, 2009
BERKELEY - This weekend's games against Arizona (Friday, Oct. 30 at 2:30 p.m.) and Arizona State (Sunday, Nov. 1 at 1 p.m.) are the final home games of the 2009 regular season and the final home games for the squad's six seniors. This week, CalBears.com will be running a Q&A with each of the team's six seniors - goalkeeper Rosie Aguilera, defender Brianna Bak, forward Torrey Delaplane, forward Lisa Kevorkian, midfielder Katie Oakes and goalkeeper Gina Pellegrini. CalBears.com had a chance to discuss the seniors' years in Berkeley and what being a part of the Cal women's soccer program has meant to them, and today's participant is Lisa Kevorkian.
Redshirt junior Lisa Kevorkian, who is earning a degree in mass communications, is in her fourth year as a member of the Golden Bear women's soccer team. This season, Kevorkian has three game-winning goals and five scores and two assists for a team-second 12 points. In 2008, she returned from a knee injury with a vengeance to lead the team with three game-winning goals and was second with 13 points, six goals and 16 shots on goal. She was named to the 2008 Pac-10 Conference's All-Academic Second Team and was a co-recipient of the 2007 Golden Bear Award.
CalBears.com: What is your best Cal story or favorite Cal experience?
CalBears.com: What will you miss most about Cal?
LK: The fact that all my best friends live within a mile radius of me.
CalBears.com: What are your career plans and what are you plans after graduation?
CalBears.com: Has Cal lived up to or has it been different/better than the expectations you had of it as a freshman?
CalBears.com: What is your favorite place to eat or go in Berkeley?
CalBears.com: What advice would you give to freshmen?
CalBears.com: What made you choose Cal?
CalBears.com: Do you have a favorite, goal or play from your years at Cal?
CalBears.com: What are your other favorite Cal sports? Do you attend a lot of that sports' games?
To read all of this week's Q&A with the Cal Women's Soccer Seniors and all past Q&A With the Golden Bears, click here.