Lexie Floor

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Season(s) Played with the Divas: 2019
Other Experience: 2015-2018 (Utah Falconz)
Jersey Number: 26
Height: 5-7
Weight: 138
Hometown: Cottonwood Heights, UT
High School: Skyline HS
College: Cal State, Los Angeles;
University of Utah
Occupation: Videographer/Graphic Designer


Lexie Floor Q&A

Who was your childhood idol? Why?
My mom…she taught me that no one is perfect but if you try your hardest and persist, there is no way you will fail, simply because if you knew your hardest and gave it everything, it was a job well done.
Who is your biggest supporter?
My parents and family.
If you could have a conversation with anyone, dead or alive, who would you choose? Why?
Nelson Mandela and Maya Angelou.
Who is your female sports idol?
Camille Leblanc-Bazinet.
Who is your favorite NFL player? Why?
Antonio Brown…he puts in the work, day in and day out. He does what others don’t.
What are your favorite hobbies or special interests?
Rock and ice climbing, fat tire biking, and guitar.
What is your favorite movie?
The Matrix.
What is your favorite TV show?
Parks and Rec.
What is your favorite travel location?
Puerto Rico.
What is your favorite food?
Breakfast burritos.
What is your favorite book?
Grit, by Angela Duckworth, or The Art of Extraordinary Confidence, by Aziz Gazipura.
Who is your favorite musician or group?
Tegan and Sara.
What is your favorite quote?
“What would you attempt if you knew you wouldn’t fail?” or, “If you announce your dreams and someone doesn’t laugh or say you’re crazy, they aren’t big enough.”
How would you describe yourself in three words?
Persistent, gritty, resilient.
What are your lifetime aspirations?
To be the best wide receiver there ever was, without question. Why else would you do something? I also want to make a documentary that changes the world.
What was the first sport you ever played?
What is your favorite sports memory?
Playing for the state championship in high school and losing. Getting second place sparked a drive in me like nothing else. That was the reason I became obsessed with practice and working hard.
How did you hear about women’s football?
A friend of a friend.
Why do you want to play women’s football?
I decided to play because it looked like too much fun. Up to that point, I had never played a contact sport like that before.
What does it mean to you to be a D.C. Diva?
A lot of people don’t want me to play for the Divas; a lot of people from the Falconz are mad I’m making the move. But I made a decision to play with some really great players, and I think this type of offense aligns well with my wants and needs. So for me, being a Diva means defying the odds, listening to myself first, and giving everything I’ve got to the game I love. I have a lot to lose, but I will never give up and allow failure to write my future.


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