A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Myesha Green is a junior tri-athlete (volleyball, basketball, softball) at Trinity. Myesha is a Communications major with a minor in Women’s Studies; she has plans to use her major to give back and get involved with the community.
1. If you could trade places with anyone who would it be?
I would trade places with my godmother Ms. Terry. My godmother is the Director of the neighborhood recreation center; she has always pushed me to do the best I can, and to succeed. She has been one of the most inspirational forces in my life.
2. What is you favorite class at Trinity?
Professor Sheridan’s Math 102 is my favorite class. Math is one of my favorite subjects, and Mr. Sheridan’s positive energy makes class so interesting and exciting; there is never a dull moment.
3. Do you have any weird “quirks”?
I still sleep with my teddy bears, six of them. My favorite ones’ name is Foggy, he’s green.
4. What is your favorite midnight snack?
S’mores pop tarts! I get them from the campus bookstore and eat them almost every night.
5. What is your favorite part of being a Trinity student-athlete?
It seems like everyone knows my name. It’s great to be recognized for something you enjoy doing.
6. What is something you enjoy doing in your leisure time?
I love to draw and write poetry. I often present my poetry at Speaking It Real or Poetry Night here on campus.
7. Are you a good dancer?
No, ‘Team No Rhythm’. LOL
8. Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
I see myself in the NAVY. Being in the NAVY has always been a dream of mine.
Washington, DC- The Tiger softball team is preparing to head to the Great South Athletic Conference tournament, which will take place April 26-28 in Winston-Salem, NC. The winner of the tournament will get an automatic bid into the NCAA Div. III post-season tournament.
Led by coaches Ed Williams and Umeeki Curry, the team has made great strides in its first season as an NCAA Div. III sport. When asked what about her outlook on the tournament, sophomore shortstop Myeesha Green says, “I want a win; if everyone plays hard, works together, and tries their best, we will get one”.
For more information on the Great South Athletic Conference softball tournament, take a look at the Salem College website.
Washington, DC- Today’s softball double header against CCBC has been reschedled due to weather. The games will now take place at CCBC on Tuesday, April 16th, starting at 3:oopm.