Getting to Know: Christian Pomarico

Christian Pomarico

Christian Pomarico

July 14, 2014

Each weekday this summer a new cadet-athlete will be featured in Getting to Know, a Q&A series where Army fans can read about their favorite players. Today's cadet is junior hockey player Christian Pomarico.

NAME:
Christian Pomarico

HOMETOWN:
Simsbury, Conn.

MAJOR:
Human Geography

FAVORITE ATHLETE:
Drew Doughty

FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM:
Boston Bruins

BEST PART OF ARMY HOCKEY:
The family that comes with it. My teammates are truly my brothers.

FAVORITE STADIUM TO PLAY IN:
Merrimack College, the yellow poles in between the glass give the rink an awesome feel.

OPPONENT MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO PLAYING:
Air Force

HOW ARE YOU SPENDING YOUR SUMMER:
As much fishing as I can squeeze in.

TO RELAX, I:
Lay out on my bed and watch either House of Cards, Game of Thrones or Dexter

FAVORITE MEAL:
Breakfast, specifically pancakes, eggs and bacon

FAVORITE VACATION SPOT:
Turks and Caicos, I’ve only been there once, but it was absolutely amazing.

MY IPOD HAS:
Lots of 90’s music, mostly Alt Rock like Pearl Jam and Soundgarden or Rap like Gang Starr, Black Star and Deltron 3030

FAVORITE PART OF ARMY GAMEDAY:
The video on the scoreboard before the game starts.

FAVORITE PART OF WEST POINT:
The opportunities provided, such as internships and trips

DESCRIBE ARMY HOCKEY:
A family

ARMYS MVP IN 2014 WILL BE:
Clint Carlisle

WHAT PLAYER WILL SURPISE PEOPLE IN 2014:
Andrew O’Leary

WHO IS STRONGEST PLAYER ON TEAM:
Maurice Alvarez

WHO IS FASTEST PLAYER ON TEAM:
Zak Zaremba

WHO IS FUNNIEST PLAYER ON TEAM:
Kyle Plageman

WHICH PLAYER IS MOST LIKLEY TO BECOME A GENERAL:
Kyle Vogel

WHAT TEAM THAT IS NOT ON OUR SCHEDULE WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY AND WHY:
Michigan State, a lot of my old teammates from juniors are playing there and I’d love to play them.

I FOLLOW HOW MANY PEOPLE ON TWITTER:
74

2014 Getting to Know Archive

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