Sandora Irvin to be Featured at Tennessee Game Friday
Jan. 1, 2004
GETTING TO KNOW SANDORA
Nicknames: "Paper" and "Beats"
Why do you wear the No. 50? It's been the only number I've worn since I first put on a jersey
Favorite song: Any by Kirk Franklin
Favorite TV show: "Martin"
Favorite class at TCU: Criminal justice
Favorite junk food: Salt and vinegar potato chips
Favorite Coach Mittie quote: "The cup is half full."
Most impressive person you know: My high school coach Kaola King
Person in history you'd like to meet: Martin Luther King, Jr.
First thing you'd do if you were head coach for a day: Give my players the day off
Person you'd most like to trade places with for a day: Beyonce Knowles
Teammate who makes you laugh the most: Stephanie Faulkner
Person who has most influenced your career in athletics: Lonnette Hall
Most memorable moment in sports: Winning my first high school state championship
Best player you've ever faced: Diana Taurasi (UConn)
Craziest ambition: To play in the NBA
One thing you wish you were better at: Public speaking
Favorite sport besides basketball: Flag football
One possession you'd keep if you lost all but one: My Bible
Team you'd most like to see added to the schedule: Miami Hurricanes
Favorite ESPN SportsCenter highlight: When Michelle Snow of Tennessee dunked
The best advice you've ever been given: "Put God first in everything you do."
Your best friend on another college team: LeTania Severe of Notre Dame
If there were a movie about your life, what would it be called: "Truly Blessed"
The actress that would play the part of you in "Truly Bless": Sanaa Lathan
A place you've always wanted to visit but never had the chance: Jamaica
What motivates you? My life and my sisters
Your dream job: Doing nothing and still getting paid, or a marketing job with Nike
Why you chose to attend TCU: Because it is a program on the verge of becoming one of the best in the nation
What you've learned since coming to TCU: Responsibility
The best thing about playing basketball for the Lady Frogs: The great fans