Student Life

Rockets after 2:40: Lindsey Hamad pitches through sophomore year

McNick is full of over 600 students, each with a unique story and background. The McNicholas Milestone Staff will be featuring personality profiles on many of these students throughout the year. Students are randomly chosen using the letter generator, and then finding students on Schoology using the chosen letters. For this personality profile, the letters aligned with Lindsey Hamad.

Hamad is currently a sophomore set to graduate in 2018. Like many students, she is very involved in McNick’s sports program. She participates on the softball team and started this year with golf.

Hamad has four siblings who all either go to McNicholas or are McNick alumni. In November, her oldest sibling, her brother, got married, and she served as a bridesmaid. In her free time she enjoys walking and taking care of her dog, a Shih Tzu poodle mix named Sandy.

“I have played softball for a while. I am a pitcher, and one time I got hit by a softball and got a huge bruise on my shin, even the laces of the ball were indented on my shin!” she said.

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In November, sophomore Lindsey Hamad (top right) served as a bridesmaid at her brother’s wedding. Her brother also attended McNick.

About Owen Schuh

Owen Schuh is a first year Journalism student and staff reporter for the Milestone. In his free time he enjoys music, reading, and spending time with his friends.

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