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Senior Spotlight - Austin Radomski #47

By Pat Isaac, 01/18/20, 2:00PM EST


Spotlight #4 of 5 for the Class of 2020

Austin Radomski - Defense - #47

1. What are your plans after high school? If going to college, what college (if you know) and what do you want to study there? Will you be playing hockey anywhere after HS?

Austin: After high school I plan on attending Cal U. I will be studying music production/music technology. I hope to become a music producer.

2. What is your favorite school subject.

Austin: Economics

3. Who is/was your favorite teacher (could be any teacher, all the way back to grade school even) at Mars and why?

Austin: My favorite teacher in school is Mr. Rogers. He was my music teacher from 7th thru 11th grade. He taught me so much about music and being a good person. He was a great mentor and friend.

4. What person (other than your parents, you can talk about your parents in a later question) has had the greatest influence on you and why?

Austin: Outside of my family, there are several of my older (now in college) friends who had the greatest influence on me. They were able to answer questions about things I hadn't yet experienced and how to carry myself through different situations as I got older. 

5. What is your favorite memory of your Mars Hockey career so far?

Austin: My favorite moment of my Mars Hockey career is actually sophomore year in the JV championship. We came back from a 2 goal deficit to force OT. We won the game and the championship trophy.

6. What kind of music do you like to listen to?

Austin: I listen to rap, hip hop and pop.

7. What is your favorite movie?

Austin: Ferris Bueller's Day Off

8. What is your favorite food?

Austin: Pizza

9. How many siblings do you have and their names?

Austin: I have a younger sister Carly and an older brother Luc.

10. How many pets do you have and what type.

Austin: I have a black lab named Jax.

11. What do you feel has been your biggest accomplishment so far?

Austin: I feel that my biggest accomplishment so far is getting accepted into college.

12. What is one thing you cannot live without?

Austin: Music

13. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Austin: In 10 years I hope to be working in a music studio in some capacity.

14. Feel free to write anything you want in this section, a note to your parents, current teammates, coaches or anything you would like to say that wasn’t answered in the questions.

Austin: I would like to thank my family, friends, teammates and coaches.  I would especially like to thank my first hockey coach Jason Stein. He practically taught me the game of hockey and how to skate. He turned me into the player I am now. He was my biggest cheerleader and taught me that you have to have heart and will to go out and try. I think those are important lessons not only in sports but in life as well.  These past 7 years of playing hockey have been some of the best (and sometimes trying) times of my life