Athlete of the month March: Matt Lukasik Q&A

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Athlete of the month March: Matt Lukasik Q&A

Athlete of the Month, Matt Lukasik, reaches out for a puck on the ice.

Athlete of the Month, Matt Lukasik, reaches out for a puck on the ice.

Athlete of the Month, Matt Lukasik, reaches out for a puck on the ice.

Athlete of the Month, Matt Lukasik, reaches out for a puck on the ice.

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 Q: How did you feel about winning against West?

A: It’s something as a team we all having been striving towards since we were freshmen, it has always been a rivalry so I think when our team finally came together and finally go the win i think it was a big moment for all of us we were all just thrilled to finally beat them.

Q: How do you balance your schooling and sports?

A: It is kind of a sacrifice. You have to lose some sleep to do it, but it is about managing your time, knowing you cannot just go home and go to bed. You have to get things done if you want to be successful in school that comes with the sport.

Q: Would you rather play hockey or soccer?

A: I get asked that a lot. They’re both kind of equal for me. During the soccer season, I say soccer and during the hockey season, I say hockey.

Q: Are you going to continue sports into college?

A: I might play intramerill, but nothing serious.

Q: What do you do outside of sports and school?

A: Besides doing homework, I think I just spend time with my friends, or really just relax

Q: What are you going to major in?

A: I’m going to UW-Madison for Biology, so something in the bio field

Q: What do you like best about the hockey season?

A: The senior class. We’ve all grown up together since we were little, and it’s a brotherhood. We’re all very close to each other, and it is a good feeling

Q: When did you start playing hockey?

A: Around kindergarten, a lot of us started playing together. We had a lot of time to get to know one another.

Q: What are you going to miss most about sports?

A: Along the same line, we’ve been growing up since we were little together. Seeing their faces and not going to the locker room everyday, seeing the same guys I have been seeing since we were little, I am definitely going to miss all of the guys.

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