Christina Lusk is a rookie this year on the New York Sharks. Having grown up in a family of seven kids and following in the footsteps of her older sisters playing soccer, gymnastics, piano, viola, and running track in high school, no one expected quiet, little, Christina to try out for Women’s football. Now that she has made it onto the New York Sharks she is very much enjoying herself as she learns the ins and outs of playing tackle football.
Christina began her college education at Rutgers University in the fall of 2003 and just recently graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Biology in January 2007. She will be attending West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine this upcoming fall in order to work towards her D.O. degree with a specialization in Pediatrics.
In her free time, Christina enjoys dancing (especially Salsa) and speaking Spanish, hoping to use the language in her practice as a Pediatrician.