This past weekend, Narzikul was the lone senior honored on the Garnet’s Senior Day. In the game that followed the ceremony, the Media, Pa. native tallied two goals, propelling her team to a 12-8 win. In the team’s next game against Washington College, Narzikul recorded a hat trick, giving her 28 goals on the season — a new career high.
MAX KASSAN: What is your major, and what influenced you to pursue it?
BRIANA NARZIKUL: I am a double major in Psychology and Economics because I am interested in business and entrepreneurship.
MK: What is your favorite Swarthmore athletics memory?
BN: My favorite Swarthmore athletics memory would probably be a tie between beating McDaniel this past weekend on Senior Day and beating Muhlenberg my freshman year in double overtime.
MK: What was going through your mind when you were honored during Senior Day?
BN: I was thinking a lot about how fast four years have gone by. It really feels like not too long ago I was playing my first game here at Swat.
MK: How did being the only senior affect how you carried yourself this season?
BN: It is definitely a unique situation; I just focused on trying to set a good example for my younger teammates.
MK: Do you plan to continue playing lacrosse after you graduate?
BN: Probably not competitively, but I can’t see myself totally stepping away from the sport. I may consider coaching at some point.