By MITCHELL STAPLETON, Guest Reporter
University of Michigan-Dearborn men’s soccer freshman Brody Hall scored his first goal of his collegiate career vs. Spring Arbor on Sept. 17. It was the Wolverines’ second goal of the season.
Following his performance, Hall was nominated for the Michigan Journal’s second UM-Dearborn Player of the Week vote. With 58 percent of the vote, Hall won, and was recognized with the honor on Sept. 23.
Guest Reporter Mitchell Stapleton spoke with Hall for a Q-and-A session.
Q: What high school did you go to?
A: I Went to Corunna High School.
Q: What position do you play?
A: I play center midfield for the most part.
Q: Who is your favorite soccer player?
A: I would have to say Mesut Ozil.
Q: When did you start playing soccer?
A: I started playing when I was a four years old in a recreational league in Owosso, (Mich.).
Q: What do you plan on majoring in?
A: I am majoring in mathematics. I would like to be a statistician.
Q: Have you played any other sports besides soccer?
A: When I was a lot younger in middle school, I played basketball, but other than that, no.
Q: What do you like most about soccer?
A: I love the intensity that comes with a close game. When it comes down to the last few minutes and you’re down a goal or up a goal, it’s either press like crazy for a goal or defend for your life. Both watching and playing soccer this would be my favorite thing.
Q: What do you like most about this year’s soccer team?
A: I like that we have a good mix of skill, strength and passion as well. This shows not only in games, but when we train too.
Q: Whom do you look up to on the soccer team?
A: I would have to say I look up to Iris Mesic a lot because I respect his skill on the ball and finishing ability.