October 4, 2006 - by
10 Questions With Freshman Volleyball Player Jackie BonSalle

Oct. 4, 2006

Q: What’s been harder to adjust to in college, volleyball or school?
Jackie BonSalle: School, because I have to wake up and be accountable for myself.

Q: What’s something about college that is easier than you thought it would be?
JB: Cleaning my house. I thought it was going to be much harder, but it’s not that bad when you do a little every day.

Q: What’s something that is harder than you thought it would be?
JB: I had high expectations for everything and nothing has really exceeded those.

Q: What’s the biggest adjustment you’ve had to make?
JB: Adjusting to living with other people, having to manage my time with volleyball, classes and studying everyday.

Q: What’s been your favorite moment at Florida State so far?
JB: Our first home match because we had a good crowd and it was really fun.

Q: What’s it like living on your own for the first time?
JB: I like it, but I still talk to my parents everyday.

Q: What’s the best advice you’ve gotten from an upperclassmen?
JB: Don’t be late to practice or you’ll have to run.

Q: How are road trips different from high school or club?
JB: It’s more organized. We have to wear the same thing and we travel together. In club we flew, but it was at different times.

Q: What’s the atmosphere at home matches being like?
JB: It’s fun. We get great crowds.

Q: What’s been your favorite part of college life?
JB: Being a student-athlete.

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