QuickStick Q&A: Metro State’s Colt Webb

The MCLA season is in full swing. With players busy stuffing their faces in textbooks and working their tails off in practice, it’s been hard to get a hold of guys to lock down some Q&A’s but we’re back at it a great interview with Colt Webb, a senior attackman for Metro State. Colt also helped orchestrate a top-tier QuickStick Snap Takeover last week when the Roadrunners went out to Cali for spring break.

It was awesome catching up with Colt and you’ll never guess what he’d like to eat for his final meal.

You guys are currently ranked 22nd in the MCLA polls. Make the case for the Roadrunners to make a postseason run. (Either in your conference tournament or the national tournament, or both!)

It’s a brand new team this year so we have worked out kinks in our offense and defense. Our young talent is developing well and will give us some more depth going into a playoff run.

What is your favorite part about playing MCLA Lacrosse? 

Competing at a High level and playing in states that I would of never imagined.

Toughest matchup you’ve ever faced? (can be team matchup, or personal in college or HS)

Tough question… I would have to say Parker Fairey from Montana State. We played them twice my sophomore year and both games he played like a brick wall.

Favorite lacrosse memory?

Winning the conference ship last season with the boys

Who’s the funniest guy in your locker room/team?

Ryan Van Inwegen….Kid’s an absolute clown and his meme game is outta this solar system

Favorite non-lacrosse activity to do with your teammates? 

Get W’s in Fortnite

What’s your go-to pump-up song? 

Bawitdaba-Kid Rock and any DMX  song

If you had one last meal, what would it be? 

Well, I’m not too picky of a person but if I had to just throw something out it’d be Mahi Mahi caught 10-15 miles from the eastern shore of Nantucket island. The specific Mahi I’d enjoy needs to be the leader of his/her Mahi clan. Yes this mean the biggest, strongest, and meatiest Mahi from eastside Nantucket. After the fish is brought aboard I want an ancient ceremonial ritual performed before it is to be filleted.I would like it prepared in a non-stick frying pan and not the cheap kind. Then Combine the butter, lemon juice, garlic, salt, pepper, and basil and cook over low heat,

Transfer the fillet to a grey plate once cooked. (I can’t stress this enough the plate truly does need to be grey).

*Editors note* This response blew me out of the water, along with the Mahi

Favorite bus movie?

Stepbrothers

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