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30-second timeout with Caroline Winand, Reservoir softball first baseman

Reservoir's Caroline Winand hit for a .448 average last season to help the Gators' softball team to the best season in program history. This spring, the junior first baseman will be one of the team's leaders when the season gets underway this Thursday, March 21.

Caroline took some time out before the season starts to catch up with us about some of her interests off the field.

*Click on answers for multimedia links*

TV show I can't miss:

Walking Dead, I have a weakness for zombie shows.

Favorite movie:

Office Space

Favorite pump-up song:

Truck Yeah by Tim McGraw

Best moment as a high school athlete: 

Hitting the winning RBI double against Howard to win Regionals last year, 1-0

Hobby I have that would surprise people:

Painting my nails

Favorite pro athlete:

Misty May Treanor

Sport you're really bad at:

Lacrosse

Dream vacation:

Barbados

Favorite place to eat:

Macaroni Grill

TV show you can't stand to watch:

Honey Boo Boo

Funniest comedian right now:

Daniel Tosh

Favorite Celebrity?

Charlie Sheen, because I love a good train wreck on television

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