Feb. 22, 2010
BERKELEY - Standing in a 6-3, senior pitcher Marissa Drewrey is a formidable force in the circle for the No. 11/12 California softball team. Hailing from Oakdale, Calif., in the central valley, Drewrey easily transitioned into life in Berkeley, a city remarkably different than her hometown. CalBears.com chatted with Drewrey to find out more about her, including how she gave up fast food for an entire year.
CalBears.com: What's something not a lot of people know about you?
CalBears.com: Your hometown of Oakdale is known as the Cowboy Capital of the World, why is that?
CalBears.com: What was it like to grow up in the small town Oakdale and then go to school in a town as unique as Berkeley?
CalBears.com: For your 2008 New Year's resolution, you went the whole year without eating fast food. What was the process like? Did you get some fast food at midnight on New Year's Day?
CalBears.com: Who has been your favorite professor at Cal?
MD: I hate playing favorites, but if I have to pick, I would say Craig Nagasawa who taught my first paint class at Cal.
CalBears.com: What is the best thing about being a part of your team?
CalBears.com: As a self-proclaimed reality TV show avid fan, which show would you most like to be on?
CalBears.com: Speaking of reality television, ho do you want to win "The Bachelor" this season?
CalBears.com: What's one of the most important things you've learned while playing softball at Cal?
CalBears.com: Amy Bishop, the last person to do a Q&A, wanted the next softball player to answer: What is your most embarrassing softball moment?
CalBears.com: What question would you like the next softball player that does a Q&A to answer?
Check in next week to hear Jace Williams' answer to that question!
To read all past Q&A with the Golden Bears, check out the archive by clicking here