Athlete of the Week: Greer McBeth ’12 Field Hockey

Co-Captain Greer McBeth ’12, a Senior from Keene, NH, led the charge for Andover with four points against Loomis Chaffee on Saturday night. She scored one goal and had three assists. Her efforts earned her this week’s Athlete of the Week honors.

Why number 22? Any significance?

Well my favorite number is four, but that was taken when I first made the team so naturally I went with 22.

What is your favorite pregame jam?

Three way tie between “Remember the Name,” the classic “My Heart Will Go On” and Rebecca Black’s “Friday.”

Favorite PAFH superstition?

Definitely the halftime cheer.

When did you get started playing field hockey?

I started playing field hockey in sixth grade.

What was with the construction hats psych?

We love Bob the Builder.

Favorite TV show?

“Parks and Recreation.”

Biggest inspiration/ role model? Why?

Lance Armstrong and my mother, Sylvie. Both refuse to lose.

Andover Song…yay or nay? Why?

Well, Ms. Pryde did make her debut spitting rhymes comparable to those of Nicki Minaj, so I’m going to go with yay.

Favorite restaurant downtown? What meal?

Orange Leaf, every meal.

Toughest class?

Public Speaking.

Favorite class?

Public Speaking.

Movie you want to see right now but have not?

Does the chemistry safety video from Lower year count?

What is your most underrated talent (something people would be surprised to know you can do)?

I am a world class scooterer, I have been training with my girl Lizzie Paul [’12] since Lower fall. If it was an olympic sport, I’d win gold (unless Anthony Tedesco was competing).

How much wood could a woodchuck chuck, if a wood chuck could chuck wood?

Ah yes, one of life’s natural conundrums, along with the chicken and the egg fiasco. Well, I think we all know a woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. In other words around 3.14 tons.

What is the meaning of life?

Kate Dolan