Meet Guzman and Taylor

By Allan Schmaltz, Graduate Assistant
Questions with Trelan Taylor, a junior safety from San Diego, Calif.

Q: How do you think the season is going?
A: I feel really good about it; I think we have taken steps to improve defensively and offensively.

Q: What has been your most memorable moment at CSC?
A: Practicing in the snow all week against Colorado Mines last year. We had to tip-toe around so we wouldn't fall.

Q: What do you plan to do after graduation?
A: I plan on going back to California. I would like to be a counselor or involved in social work because I want to help young people.

Q: What is something that most people might not know about you?
A: I write a lot of poetry.

Q: What is your outlook for the rest of the season?
A: I think we are improving every week and we expect to win out.

Questions with Hattie Guzman, a redshirt freshman guard from Scottsbluff, Neb.

Q: How has the preseason been going?
A: We have gotten in really good shape, the coaches have pushed us but we have been responding well. We have done lots of running.

Q: What are some of your individual and team goals for the season?
A: One of the team goals is to stay together and keep encouraging each other. Another is to play good defense, individually I want to play my role and keep improving.

Q: What is your favorite movie?
A: I have a few, Love and Basketball, Friday Night Lights, and No Strings Attached.

Q: What made you come to CSC?
A: I wanted to play basketball and getting into the RHOP helped as well. My brother went to school here so I was familiar with the school and campus.

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