Rodeo 2020-2021: Q and A: Meet Quincy Reynolds

By: Lisa S. Icenogle
Photo of Casper College Rodeo team member Quincy Reynolds.

Quincy Reynolds is a sophomore on this year’s Thunderbird Men’s Rodeo team. He competes in team roping and tie down roping and comes to Casper College from Rozet, Wyoming.

Q: What is your major, and why did you choose it??

A: Pre-med because I want to help people.

Q: What are your athletic goals this year?

A: To make the college finals.

Q: What are your academic goals this year?

A: To get all As and Bs.

Q: Why did you come to Casper College?

A: Casper College has a great campus and a great environment in which to learn.

Q: Would you recommend Casper College to someone planning to go to college?

A: Yes.

Q: Following your graduation from Casper College, what are your plans for the next several years?

A: I want to find a good graduate school and then go on to medical school.

Q: Are you hoping to go pro eventually?

A: Possibly if time allows.

Q: What is your ultimate career goal?

A: To be a doctor and have an M.D. license.

Q: What is one thing that you would like readers to know about you?

A: I like history.

Q: What is a one-word description of yourself?

A: Reliable.

“Quincy is competitive and a hard worker. I believe that with his drive and determination, he will do well in competition,” said Jhett Johnson, head rodeo coach.

Media contact: Lisa S. Icenogle

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