Cougar of the Week: Dennis Spencer
April 6, 2017
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Dennis Spencer (‘17) hails from New Rochelle, N.Y. He majored in history and was on the lacrosse team at Clark for a few months.
Scarlet: Dennis, what is it like being on the Clark University Lacrosse team?
Dennis: I’m not on the Clark University Lacrosse team anymore.
Scarlet: What has it meant to you to be captain of the lacrosse team?
Dennis: It would probably be pretty cool, but I’m not captain. I imagine if I was, it would mean a lot to me.
Scarlet: What’s your personal record for goals in a game?
Scarlet: How do you balance being a student athlete and being a history major?
Dennis: I don’t do either of those anymore. I graduated in December and I haven’t been on the lacrosse team in three years, so I guess I just have time to do other things now.
Scarlet: How did the new class registration policy for student athletes impact you?
Dennis: Well I suppose if I was either a student athlete or attending the school it might have impacted me a little more.
Scarlet: Do you agree with the phrase, ‘When the going gets tough, the tough gets going?’
Dennis: I think that no matter what ridiculousness comes your way, you just have to keep your head up.
Scarlet: What will you miss most about the underclassmen on the lacrosse team?
Dennis: I literally don’t know any of them.
Scarlet: How is it going to feel in the last game of the season when you don a Clark University jersey for the last time in your athletic career?
Dennis: It’s gonna really make me reflect on these past four years playing lacrosse at Clark University.
Thanks for the Interview, Dennis!