Student-Athlete Spotlight: Maria Fernanda Ramirez Alfaro
Women's Soccer - Thu, Sep. 28, 2017
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Each week, the American Midwest Conference (AMC) will recognize one Student-Athlete from one of our 13 schools.
This week features women's soccer player, Maria Fernanda Ramirez Alfaro from Williams Baptist College.
Name: Maria Fernanda Ramirez Alfaro
School: Williams Baptist College
Which NAIA Core value do you relate to the best? Why? (Respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership and sportsmanship): The NAIA Core value I relate to the most is sportsmanship. I feel that with sportsmanship it ties all the other values in and off the field.
Best thing about being a college student? The atmosphere of the school.
Favorite quote? "God won't give you more than you can handle"
One word my friends would use to describe me? Determined
One place I want to visit? Europe
Dream job? Veterinarian
Three items I would want if I was stranded on an island? A smart and willing Companion, Spear, hammock
If you were granted three wishes, what would they be? Rescue all the dogs in the world, unlimited supply of money, happiness.
Favorite cereal? Honey Nut Cheerios
Favorite TV show? Bones
First job? Hunters Animal Hospital
Favorite color? Burgundy
Favorite sports team? Chivas
How many languages do you speak? Two
Favorite Ice Cream flavor? Strawberry
Who is your role model? My mother
Three people (past or present) you would like to have lunch with? Messi, Michelle Obama, Ellen