Getting to Know Maria Juliana Loza
Courtesy: GoMocs.com

The rising sophomore had a good first season in helping lead the Lady Mocs to the NCAA Finals in just the second year of the program.  She recently sat down with GoMocs.com for a quick Q&A...

 

Q:  Where does the nickname Maju come from?

MAJU:  It is the first two letters of my first and second names.  Makes it easier than saying my full name which is customary in my country.  (Pronunciation is mah-who).

 

Q:  What is your favorite city to visit?

MAJU:  Los Angeles, Calif.

 

Q:  What is the best thing about Colombia?

MAJU:  The people and the food.

 

Q:  What is something people may not know about you?

MAJU:  I like dancing a lot.

                 

Q:  What is your non-athletics dream job?

MAJU:  Working for Boeing or BMW.  (Maju is a mechanical engineering major and 4.0 student).

 

Q:  What is the one TV Show you never miss?

MAJU:  Gossip Girl.

 

Q:  If an actress were to play you in a movie, who would it be?

MAJU:  Jessica Alba.

 

Q:  What word describes you best?

MAJU:  Perseverance.

 

Q:  Who do you admire?

MAJU:  My dad.  (Maju’s mom and dad made the trip to Baltimore for the NCAA Finals in May).

 

Q:  Funniest player on the team?

MAJU:  Maria Salinas, she comes up with things that crack you up.

 

Q:  What song gets you pumped up for a round?

MAJU:  Jet’s “Are you going to be my girl?”

 

Q:  You are stranded on a road and your car is busted...which teammate do you call to come get you?

MAJU:  Christine Wolf.

 

Q:  If you were recuperating in a hospital, who would you want in the hospital bed next to you and why?

MAJU:  No one because that means the other person would be sick too.

 

Q:  What was your favorite cartoon growing up?

MAJU:  Curious George.

 

Q:  Favorite Food?

MAJU:  Colombian Steak cooked by my dad.

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