Oct. 24, 2006
Q: What’s been harder to adjust to in college, volleyball or school?
Malorie Wessel: School. It’s hard to make yourself go to class and stay focused when you don’t have your parents around asking you “Did you do you home work?”.
Q: What’s something about college that is easier than you thought it would be?
MW: Being on my own.
Q: What’s something that is harder than you thought it would be?
MW: Budgeting my money.
Q: What’s the biggest adjustment you’ve had to make?
MW: Paying for myself has been different.
Q: What’s been your favorite moment at Florida State so far? MW: The Maryland match was the most fun I had so far.
Q: What’s it like living on your own for the first time?
MW: I don’t think much has changed because I had a lot of freedom back home.
Q: What’s the best advice you’ve gotten from an upperclassmen?
MW: Don’t let stuff stress you out too much, you have to remember that you’re here for a reason.
Q: How are road trips different from high school or club?
MW: It’s a lot more like club, but different than high school because almost everything is taken care of.
Q: What’s the atmosphere at home matches being like?
MW: It feels like everyone in the gym is a true fan, they’re not here for social reasons. They’re here because they love FSU volleyball.
Q: What’s been your favorite part of college life?
MW: Living with my best friend, Brittany Byrd.