Q: We’ve talked to the Dream coach, she said she’s impressed with your scoring ability, do you feel like everything you’ve learned at A&M in that sense will help translate over to the WNBA and your ability to get buckets?
Chennedy Carter: I just think everything I’ve learned in my whole life, my whole life experience has been a journey. I’ve continued to get better and I think that will translate in the WNBA. My work ethic, my confidence and how hard I’m determined to win.
Q: The last three years being in college, do you feel like everything you’ve been through in that program, has it helped put you in a place to be ready to transition to the next level?
Carter: Definitely. I’m thankful for everything that I’ve been through this far. To be able to say that I’m now a professional basketball player, and I can’t wait to get started with the Atlanta Dream.
Q: Chennedy, you played your high school basketball and college basketball in Texas, now you’re headed to be part of the Dream in Atlanta, what’s the excitement level of being a part of the Atlanta Dream?
Carter: I’m very excited, ready to get to work, ready to practice ready to just get going and start my WNBA career off. I’m excited what this journey has in store for me.
Q: Is there one thing in particular that you’ll take with you that you learned from Texas A&M Head Coach Gary Blair and that staff at A&M that you think can help you in the WNBA?
Carter: One thing I can take from A&M is just the support from everyone there, from the twelfth man, to my teammates to everyone who put their hand in and worked with the women’s basketball group. I learned a lot from going there.