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Alexis Hansen, Oshkosh North

FVA Spotlight: Alexis Hansen, Oshkosh North Basketball, Tennis and Track and Field

Each week during the 2015-16 school year, the Fox Valley Association will feature two student-athletes (one male and one female) from one of its 10 schools for a "Student-Athlete Spotlight" Q & A segment. The segments will be posted every Tuesday and Thursday and individuals are selected by the school.

Name: Alexis Hansen
School: Oshkosh North
Sports: Basketball, Tennis, Track and Field
Other school clubs/activities: Student Council, Polaris National Honor Society, Hispanic National Honor Society
Parents’ names: Kandra and Richard 
Siblings’ names: Ally and Eddie 
Favorite aspect of your school: I constantly look forward to arriving to Oshkosh North every morning because I am always greeted with a smile. At North, the students and staff genuinely care about one another. We celebrate each other’s accomplishments and always encourage each other to be better. 
If you have been involved in community service projects, which has been most rewarding and why? Helping coach a youth basketball team has been the most rewarding project I have been involved with. When I participated in youth basketball, I remember admiring the high school players who would take time to help us youngsters. Their kindness and dedication inspired me to follow in their footsteps. At the time, I did not realize how much of an impact they had on me, but they changed my life. Now, as I help coach the youth teams, I hope to create that kind of impression on others’ lives as well. 
College or post-high school plans: I am looking forward to going to a Big Ten school. 
What is your desired major/career field? I intend to major in biomedical engineering, followed by going to medical school to get involved in pediatrics 
What is your favorite class? Anatomy and Physiology 
Who is your favorite teacher? Mr. Bolda
Favorite youth coach: Coach Engen and Coach Foote
What is the best advice one of your coaches has given you? The best advice I have been given by a coach is, "Everything is going to be okay", this reminds me to keep my head up and to see the light in every situation. 
Something people would be surprised to know about me is…: I donate blood every eight weeks.
Favorite place to play on the road in the FVA? Oshkosh West 
Favorite athlete to compete against in the FVA: Nicole Lepping (Neenah) 
Favorite memory from being involved in co-curricular activities is…: Being a part of our Veteran's Day assembly, and seeing how grateful and honored the veterans are 
Favorite professional team: Green Bay Packers 
Favorite professional athlete: Stephen Curry 
What is at the top of your “bucket list?” To go skydiving
What is your dream job? Travel around the world to brighten people’s day.
Favorite person to follow on Twitter: @BabyAnimalPics
A non-athletic talent I have is…: Playing the tuba