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30-second timeout with Kristen Woolschlager, Howard girls lacrosse

By Carol Gralia, howardcountysports@patuxent.com

6:21 PM EDT, May 14, 2013

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Kristen Woolschlager started playing lacrosse in a seventh grade recreational program. She then moved on to Cobra travel (8th grade) and was soon playing with the M&D Lacrosse Club.

At Howard High, Kristen has been a starter at attack since she arrived. She is a high-scoring player (58 goals as a junior) and was named to the all-county first team in 2012. She is now one of the key players for a Lions' team that is one win away from the program's first regional championship.

This is her last year of lacrosse, however.

“In the fall I will be attending the University of Alabama and majoring in Nursing,” she said. “When I first started to explore colleges, lacrosse was a huge factor. After visiting Alabama (which does not have a lacrosse program) I fell in love and knew that it was the school for me. Although I am sad to end my lacrosse career, I am excited to spend my next four years of college at my dream school.”

*Click on answers for multimedia links*

TV show that you can’t miss:

Breaking Bad

Favorite movie:

Despicable Me

Best personal sports moment:

Beating Glenelg my junior year.

Hobbies you have had in the past that would surprise people:

I used to be an all-star cheerleader for the Maryland Marlins

Top pro athlete role model:

Mia Hamm

Hardest class you’ve ever taken:

AP English my junior year

Favorite pump-up song:

Skrillex – Bangarang 

Favorite meal:

Crabs

How do you chill out when you’re not in school or playing a game?

Watch Netflix with my friends and eat a lot 

If you weren’t playing lacrosse, what sport would you play?

Badminton

Real books or e-books:

Real books 

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