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Q&A with student athletes at EC

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The Union staff went out around El Camino College campus to interview student athletes. Three athletes were picked to answer three questions about the sport they play here at EC.


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Jarell Mickens, a wide receiver for the El Camino’s football team.

Q: What got you into the sport?

A: Well really, I watched my brother growing up, Jaydon Mickens, (NFL Wide Receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars), he just motivates me the whole way.

Q: What are your plans in the future with this sport?

A: For this sport, just to play against him.

Q: What is your favorite part of being involved in the sport?

A: The bond, the connection you get with everybody, (we’re) family.

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Jazmyn Sancen, an outfielder for El Camino’s softball ball team.

Q: Who got you into the sport?

A: My dad definitely got me into the sport, he wanted a boy and I couldn’t do baseball, so softball was the next thing.

Q: What are your plans in the future with this sport?

A: I plan to transfer to a four year and from there get my degree and hopefully do some coaching after that.

Q: What is your favorite part of being involved in the sport?

A: Honestly my favorite part besides the games, is the people I get to meet and the bonds that (I) make with all the girls on my team.

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Allen Xavier, is a Thrower for El Camino’s track and field team.

Q: What got you into the sport?

A: Mostly friends that were in the program in high school.

Q: What are your plans in the future with this sport?

A: I have no direct plans for my sport but soon as college is over, I plan on just ending it.

Q: What is your favorite part of being involved in the sport?

A: I think my favorite part is the team, all the training we do, how strict the training is helps me build as a person as well as an athlete.






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