Monday, February 25, 2013

Jackson J. Szurley

What is your hometown?
Lincoln, RI

Where did you go to High School?
Moses Brown School

Previous Team:
Moses Brown Quakers

How did you hear about BA?
Dave Evans, a Bridgton Alum.

What are your goals at BA?
To improve my grades and become bigger, stronger and faster.

Where are you looking for college?
Washington College in Maryland.  I’m hoping to study art history.

Is BA different than your high school?  If so, how?
Yes.  One way is that teachers are always around and are always eager to help, even after school hours.

What is the best thing about BA?
Hanging out with and getting to know the team and making a lot of friends.

What is the worst thing about BA?
My millions of trips made up the hill for food and practice!

What activities do you take part in at BA?
Lacrosse, Student leadership,
BA experiences:
Photography, iMovie

What activities do you take part in outside of BA?  Hobbies?
I enjoy photography, coaching lacrosse and doing manual labor around the barn with sister.

Who is your role model?
My dad.

What is your favorite book?
The Outsiders.

What is your favorite movie?
The Band of Brothers series.

What is your favorite type of music?

Who is your favorite band / musician?
The Red Hot Chili Peppers.

What is your favorite sports team?
The Green Bay Packers.

Who is your favorite athlete?
Brett Queener.

What is your favorite meal?
A sub from Jay’s Deli in RI, "The Pilgrim".  It has turkey, stuffing, cranberry, cheese, etc.  Pretty much anything you would have at a Thanksgiving feast!

What is your favorite quote and who said it?
"You’ll never get ahead of anyone as long as you try to get even with him."
- Lou Holtz (Retired football coach from 1999-2004, South Carolina)

What would your friends be surprised to know about you?
I’m really interested in art history.           

What would you like perspective BA students to know?
You’ve gotta come here with an open mind.  Everything that happens here is for a reason.  You’re given a second chance, so seize the opportunity!

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