Sept. 26, 2006
Q: What’s been harder to adjust to in college, volleyball or school?
Brianna Barry: Volleyball, the practices are more intense, the team is bigger and there are more coaches to help you.
Q: What something about playing college that was easier than you thought it would be?
BB: School is a lot easier because you only have two classes a day so you have more time to study.
Q: What something that was harder than you thought it would be?
BB: Learning time management. It’s easy to put something off until tomorrow only to realize it’s due tomorrow.
Q: What’s the biggest adjustment you’ve had to make?
BB: Leaving home and my parents, but I talk to them a lot.
Q: What’s been your favorite moment at Florida State so far?
BB: I like traveling. Traveling with the team is great.
Q: What’s it like living on your own for the first time?
BB: It’s cool. I like having my own apartment because I can come home and relax in my own bed and study.
Q: What’s the best advice you’ve gotten from an upperclassmen?
BB: Sarah (Griffin) said to stay positive, keeping working through everything and you’ll do fine.
Q: How are road trips different from high school or club?
BB: They’re different because we’re a close-knit group when we travel.
Q: What’s the atmosphere at home matches being like?
BB: I love it. I love being in Tully Gym, you feel at home. It’s great knowing all these people are here cheering for you.
Q: What’s been your favorite part of college life?
BB: Volleyball. It’s my life and I love to play.