Fifth year senior leader, Patrick Terry, has accomplished a lot throughout his journey here at Santa Clara both on the field and in the class room. A long career of hard work has helped the Washington native to become a standout player for the Broncos in his final season. Recently, SantaClaraBroncos.com (SCU) spoke with Patrick (PT) about his five year career and how he has been so successful.
SCU: You have become a vital part of the team both on the field with your play and off the field as a senior leader. Tell me what that feels like and how much of a responsibility that is for you?
SCU: Over your long career at Santa Clara you have continued to improve your play year by year. What parts of your game have you focused on improving in order to continue your success?
SCU: What attracted you to Santa Clara seeing that you were born and raised in Washington?
PT: I actually planned on going to the University of Washington until just a few weeks before classes started, but I couldn't handle the weather! I always stick up for Washington when people bash the rain, but in reality I couldn't handle it. Ultimately, it came down to the high level of academics and the sun.
SCU: What has been your best on the field and off the field memory since you began your career as a freshman?