Track and Field
Favorite Food? Anything and everything
Favorite Class? English Literature
Twitter or Facebook, and why? Twitter because that is what most of my friends use
Worst habit? Biting my nails when I'm nervous
Favorite Quote(s)? "Spread love every where you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier." -Mother Teresa
What is your cell phone ring tone? It is always on vibrate
How many texts do you send/receive per month? Enough to drive my parents crazy
What is your favorite hobby in your spare time? I really enjoy reading I could read for days on end.
Favorite memory in your sport, and why? I've had a great track career. I appreciate every moment. If had to pick though, I would say making it to state both my freshman and junior year in both my sprint relays. It's nice to be able to share that excitement with three other deserving people.
What's something no one would believe about you? I'm a pretty open person. I'm not sure that there's something people that I talk to don't know about me.
Favorite Athlete, and why? Allyson Felix she shows good character when she runs. She seems in no way full of herself and she has my respect because of that.
Best advice you've ever received? My parents always tell me to Never compare myself to others when I'm the one with the time I'm trying to beat. They also tell me not care for the lime light when the real light I am trying to get is from God.
Who do you admire most, and why? I think I admire my whole family. My two moms, two dads, and my siblings. They all support me in everything I do. With a split home they make sure I feel like I still have one family and I couldn't thank them enough for everything they have given me.
What's your favorite part of your sport? Finding out I or my relay have run a personal best.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? I see myself finishing up my degree and pursuing it successfully.
CREDENTIALS: Ayla had a big week for the Lady Red Devils. She claimed the 100 and 200 meter dash titles at the Porterfield Invitational. She won in times of 12.73 and 26.88, respectively. Earlier in the week, she claimed two victories and turned in a 12.69 in the 100 and a 26.79 in the 200, which is the fastest time ran in the OVAC this spring.