If you are a sucker for cookies, double fudge chocolate cake or apple pie, you should make Kelsey Brown one of your baking buddies. Baking is actually her hidden talent, and she even tries to bake something new every Sunday.
Brown, a transfer from the University of Oklahoma, grew up in Orem and came back to Utah County not only for the great track program at BYU, but also with the hopes of becoming an athletic trainer for the Utah Jazz or a Jazz dancer.
Make sure you read to the end. The most embarrasing moment is definitely a keeper.
Major- Exercise Science
Hometown- Orem, Utah
Track and field events- 400, 800, 1500 and Mile
Reason for attending BYU...
"I came here for the wonderful track & field program and to get a top-of-the-line education."
Best part of being on the BYU track and field team..
"Having such a great and large team, or possibly being able to go to the snack shack everyday."
"Definitely Bubble Boy. It's a classic!"
Best place to eat in Provo...
"I love Molly's restaurant and catering."
Favorite BYU sport other than track and field...
Funniest member of the BYU track team and why..."
"Laura Young. She has great one liners such as 'I'm NOT dramatic,' or 'I'm DYING coach!'"
Best catchphrase or line from a book, movie or TV show...
"Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what your gonna get." -Forrest Gump
Favorite pro sports team...
Best sport you play/played other than track and field...
If you had a time machine, when/where would you go and why...
"I would like to go to the time period when dinosaurs roamed the earth. How cool would it be ride them?"
If you could add one thing to the BYU campus, what would it be:
"An escalator for the RB stairs. Those kill me everyday."
Favorite musical artist/band...
"Its got to be my soul sister Beyonce."
Most embarrassing moment...
"My most embarrassing moment was while I was still attending the University of Oklahoma. The men's and women's teams were on a bus going to a meet, the men were in the back and the women sat in the front. It was only a four hour drive, so I told myself I wasn't going to use the bathroom. Well, a short while into the drive, I already had to go. I was dating a guy named George at the time who was on the team and just happened to be sitting right next to the bathroom. Luckily, when I went back there he was asleep, so I wasn't that embarrassed going back. A little while later, I had to go to the bathroom AGAIN! I must have been really well hydrated. I was debating on trying to hold it for the last hour of the drive, but there was no way that was going to happen. I walked to the back of the bus again. This time, George was awake. As I was walking back, I made eye contact with him. When I looked at him, I just held up two fingers, and mouthed the words 'number two' as I am walking toward the bathroom. After seeing the terrified/disgusted look on his face as he is trying not to laugh, I made the connection on what he thought I said. I instantly fell to the ground in laughter trying to explain to every guy on the bus, and my boyfriend, that what I meant was it was my second trip back to the bathroom, not that I was literally going to go 'number two'. I don't think I have ever gone to the bathroom so quick in my life, or been so embarrassed."
Favorite inspirational quote:
"Promise me you'll always remember: you're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." -Christopher Robin to Pooh