PRLB Q&A Series: Highland Park (TX) junior Sloane Kipp (Committed to Denver)
What’s the best holiday gift you’ve ever gotten?
Kipp: My polaroid camera
Kipp: “In three words I can sum up everything I have learned about life: It goes on” — Robert Frost
What Made You Decide to Commit to this College/University?
Kipp: I think the biggest part of my decision was how well the coaches treated me. They were very understanding of the amount of stress I was under, and they constantly checked in on my family and I throughout the process. Their patience and caring attitude showed me that the Denver coaches were a group that I would love to play for.
How would you describe the recruiting process?
Kipp: Stressful, but thats what makes it so much better in the end when you finally find the right school.
What’s your favorite?
What kind of sticks do you play with?
Kipp: STX handle. Mesh stringing.
High School season Outlook?
Kipp: I’m excited to kick butt this season. We have been working hard in the off season, and I can’t wait to see how we do.
What do you want to major in?
Kipp: Business or Finance
What are your hobbies?
Kipp: I love cooking/baking, spending time with my friends, listening to music/going to concerts, and drinking COFFEE!!!!
What’s it like being a high school lacrosse player ?
Kipp: It’s really cool to be a lacrosse player, especially in Texas, because not a ton of people play it. It’s pretty unique.
Anybody you would like to Thank?
Kipp: I would like to thank (214 Lacrosse Club director) Lellie Swords for the amount of time she has dedicated to my lacrosse career and for being like a second mother to me. I also want to thank my parents for helping me throughout my decision making process, for supporting my entire lacrosse career, and for showing me unconditional love.