Oct. 4, 2006
Q: What’s been harder to adjust to in college, volleyball or school?
Caitlin Belvin: Volleyball. It’s a more competitive than I’ve been playing.
Q: What’s something about college that is easier than you thought it would be?
CB: I thought it would be harder to get up for class, but it hasn’t and the classes aren’t as hard as I thought they would be.
Q: What’s something that is harder than you thought it would be?
CB: Adjusting to playing right back. I set my entire life so it’s new playing back row and learning how to serve receive.
Q: What’s the biggest adjustment you’ve had to make?
CB: Living on my own has been pretty tough. I usually have dinner with my family every night and it’s hard not seeing my six-year-old brother.
Q: What’s been your favorite moment at Florida State so far?
CB: I’ve had a really good time hanging out with all the girls.
Q: What’s it like living on your own for the first time?
CB: It’s a lot different. Having dinner by yourself or having to get up in the morning without my mom coming in three times to wake me up.
Q: What’s the best advice you’ve gotten from an upperclassmen?
CB: Relax when you play. I get pretty nervous on the court.
Q: How are road trips different from high school or club?
CB: So far it’s been fairly similar though in college it’s a lot more organize. It is nice to get your own bed and not have to share.
Q: What’s the atmosphere at home matches being like?
CB: It’s very good. The fans are very close to the court and it gets really loud.
Q: What’s been your favorite part of college life?
CB: I like being on my own so far. It’s fun being able to set my own schedule and hang out when I want to.