Carter Reifsnider is a freshman defender from Richmond, Va., majoring in finance and Spanish.
The best piece of advice I’ve received is don’t trade what you want most for what you want most in the moment (from Coach Moss, my high school strength and conditioning coach).
I chose to come to JMU because it seemed like a truly happy place, and it is a good school. The team has a great dynamic so it was perfect.
My favorite non-lacrosse memory is canoeing and kayaking at Camp Merrie Woode in Sapphire, N.C.
My favorite lacrosse memory is Presidents Cup in Naples, Fla., my junior year.
Something about me that would surprise people is I could live off green beans.
The accomplishment of which I am proudest is playing college lacrosse.
My favorite thing about lacrosse is the feeling of stopping an attacker who is going to goal.
A person who is an inspiration to me is Jared Abbrederis (wide receiver at Wisconsin), because of his hard work and determination.
The one thing I miss most about my hometown is my family.
The one thing I can’t live without is the support and love of family.
The most played artist on my iPod is not any one artist, but I love country, because it relaxes me.
A way that I relax is watching "Criminal Minds."
One of the top items on my bucket list is pack my bags and set off for a random destination with no itinerary planned.