Senior Spotlight: Ayesha Khuddus

In an effort to make this year special for Oak Hall’s senior athletes, we created A-Z questions for them to answer. We hope you enjoy!

Ayesha Khuddus plays for Oak Hall’s girls varsity soccer team!

By Sarah Rosenberg

A – Advice youd give your freshman-self? Keep working hard because it pays off in the end.
B – Best pre-game meal? Some fruit and a granola bar.
C – Coachs best words of advice? The best players are the ones who leave their heart on the field.
D – Favorite dessert? Pazookie. 
E – Most entertaining practice? Optional ones.
F – Favorite high school athletic moment? Probably winning district last year.
G – Goals for your senior season? Just to be the best player I can be.
– Hoping to attend (which college)? No idea.
I – Interesting thing about you away from soccer? I’ve played piano for 11 years now.
J – Jersey number? 21
K – Keys to maintaining homework? Do it as soon as you have time because you’re going to be way too tired after practice.
L – Least favorite practice drill? Figure 8s. 
M – Music you listen to? Literally anything.
N – Netflix or Hulu? Netflix. 
– Outside hobbies (other than soccer)? I really like to travel and experience new cultures.
P – Preparations for a big game include? Just to get into the right headspace and usually listen to music.
Q – Question you would ask your future self? What college did I go to?
– Most relaxing part of your day? Laying on my bedroom floor after practice.
S – What would your senior superlative be? “Most likely to fall on the field”.
T – Favorite TV show? Criminal Minds.
U – Most underrated pet? I don’t know I don’t have any.
V – Favorite vacation spot? The Maldives.
W – What does it mean to you to be an Eagle? To never give up.
– Any X-rays? Yes two. One on my elbow when I broke it and one on my quad to make sure I didn’t break anything. 
– Your impact to the younger athletes on the team? I hope I taught them to be a leader.
Z – Favorite zoo animal? Giraffe.