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Student-Athlete Feature: Alex Siebert

Student-Athlete Feature: Alex Siebert

Though no events or games are taking place this fall on campus, St. Bonaventure student-athletes still have great stories to tell. During the fall semester, will feature members from each of our 17 Division I teams – how they're adjusting to the new norms of campus life, preparing for the upcoming seasons and more.

In this edition, we feature softball senior Alex Siebert.

Siebert is from Campbell, N.Y., and is in her fourth season with Bonnies softball. She is a two-time member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Siebert is studying early childhood education at St. Bonaventure.

Who is your favorite artist?

What is your favorite movie?
The Notebook 

Favorite pro team?
Athletes Unlimited 

Double bubble or sunflower seeds?
Sunflower seeds

What is your favorite food?
Chicken wing dip

What's the hardest part about the new life on campus?
The hardest part is not having the freedom to go to my friends or teammates rooms to just sit and talk and hangout.

What do you do for fun now that a lot of things are limited?
My roommates and I bake and we also watch a lot of TV together. 

What was your favorite part of fall ball this year?
We were so blessed to have the chance to compete against one another in the Brown and White World Series. We got to actually see live pitching, hit, and field at game speed.

Who if anyone do you look up to on the team or in life in general?
I look up to out last year's senior Brooke (Kane-Walker) and Mckenna (Holtz) because they are two people I want to embody as a leader and player on this team.

How have you been staying positive through this uncertain time?
I have been staying positive by taking time for myself and relaxing when time permits. I also enjoy living with my roommates who always make me laugh.

What advice would you give to underclassmen?
Advice I would give to underclassman is enjoy each moment as it is given to you. You never know when something will be taken away so live in the moment and love every bit of it.