Charleston, S.C. - Senior Andriel Aimua comes to Charleston Southern from Seminole State University. The Minnesota native competes as the only senior on the young women's golf team.
"I think my experience is something that helps the team a lot," says Aimua. "I like to keep things positive, keep everyone smiling and laughing and give advice if ever needed."
Aimua says she thrives in the outdoors which is one reason she loves golf. You'll also see it is why she created the law she did.
Favorite thing about golf: The outdoors
Most bizarre thing you've ever eaten: Snail
Biggest difference between Charleston and Minnesota: The heat
Favorite Pastime: Acrylic Painting
Favorite Golf Course: Ocean Course at Kiawah
Text, Phone Call or FaceTime: FaceTime
If you could have any animal as a pet, what would you want? Cheetah
Fly or breathe under water? Breath under water
Pumpkin Spice/ Apple Cider/ Hot Chocolate: Hot Chocolate
If you could constitutionalize one law, what would it be? Everyone has a chill day. Put the phones away and enjoy the outdoors.
PC or Mac? PC
All-time favorite memory from playing golf: When my dad caddied for me in my first tournament in Florida and my first hole out in the fairway.
A talent you wish you had: Ambidextrous
Favorite band/singer: Rhianna
Biggest lesson golf taught you: Patience
If a movie was made about your life, who would play you? KeKe Palmer
Coke or Pepsi: Coke
One thing you're passionate about: Equality. I have two autistic brothers and for everyone to be treated the same.
Upon graduation, Aimua hopes to become a professional golfer and aspires to play on the LPGA tour.
The Bucs compete at the Blue Hose Match Play on Monday hosted by Presbyterian College.