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One-On-One With Moriah Frazee
Fans of the Liberty Lady Flames Women's Basketball team will get to know the players on this year's team a little better through a new series entitled "One-On-One With ...". Today's installment features a question-and-answer session with sophomore forward Moriah Frazee.
What is your favorite sport to play, other than basketball?
Why did you decide to attend Liberty?
I wanted to go to a Christian college, and this is where I felt God wanted me to be.
If you could eat dinner with three other people, who would they be and why?
Any of my family members, because we are really close and I love hanging out with them.
Who is your favorite band?
I don't really have a favorite band. I enjoy listening to several different Christian artists. Nichole Nordeman, Casting Crowns and Passion are among my favorites.
Who is your favorite Bible character and why?
I like David, because he had the faith to stand up against Goliath, the giant.
What is one event in history that you wish you could've witnessed?
The resurrection of Christ.
Who is the most famous person you've met?
What is your favorite food at the Liberty cafeteria?
Cheese ravioli, Gatorade and fruit.
Why did you choose your uniform number?
Because I had that number in high school, and it worked out that we [the Frazee triplets] have consecutive numbers in college.
What is your biggest pet peeve and why?
My biggest pet peeve is when people call themselves Christians and act totally different.
What website do you visit the most frequently?
The Liberty website, to check email and Blackboard.
What is your favorite restaurant?
What is the first question you'll ask God when you get to Heaven?
I don't think I will be thinking of a question to ask when I get to Heaven, because I will so overwhelmed by God's love, power and presence.
What is the best part about playing on the Liberty women's basketball team?
I enjoy road trips and getting to hang out with the girls on the team.
What is your favorite store to shop at?
Wal-Mart for groceries and odds and ends.
Where do you see yourself in five years?
I see myself hopefully being a nurse, and possibly somewhere on the mission field. To be honest, though, I am keeping my options open and I will take one year at a time as to where God would have me be.