Anna DiMari: Great Things Come in Small Packages

Meet senior Anna DiMari, varsity softball player and model student

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Anna DiMari: Great Things Come in Small Packages

Senior Anna DiMari poses for her picture.

Senior Anna DiMari poses for her picture.

Photo by Maria Miller

Senior Anna DiMari poses for her picture.

Photo by Maria Miller

Photo by Maria Miller

Senior Anna DiMari poses for her picture.

Maria Miller, Editor-in-Chief

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Varsity Softball, powerlifting, Student Council, FBLA, Science Olympiad, and National Honors Society; senior Anna DiMari is a Skutt Catholic renaissance man. Whether it be on the field or in the classroom DiMari is not someone easily missed, even though she stands at about five foot two.


What is your role on the softball team and how long have you been playing?

I am the starting shortstop this year and I am one of the three senior leaders of the team. I have been playing since first grade (11 years).

Do you plan on playing after high school?

Yes, I was recruited by George Mason University to play at the Division 1 level.

Do you have a job?

No way, I have absolutely no time.

What career field do you want to go into?

I want to go into the Law Enforcement field and become an FBI agent, detective, or be part of CSI.

Would you rather go to a college close to or far away from home?

Far away. I want to be able to go somewhere that has fun things to do and isn’t boring.

What would you name your boat if you had one?


Which fictional character would be the most boring to meet in real life?

Donald Duk from Donald Duk. He’s a boring character and it’s a boring book.

What is the dumbest way you’ve been injured?

Instead of kicking the soccer ball in gym class, I kicked a guy’s foot and broke my toe.

What’s the most interesting thing you’ve read or seen this week?

An interesting book I’ve read this week is The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein.

What’s the most useless talent you have?

I can do a lot of tricks with my tongue, wiggle my ears, and shake my eyes.

What’s the best compliment you have ever received?

That I should be a model.

Describe your perfect pizza

Has to be pepperoni pizza, with thin crust, and it has to be crispy and slightly burnt. The cheese can’t be too thin or thick. The sauce can’t be too overpowering and there has to be the right amount.

What’s your favorite internet meme?

Definitely Caveman Spongebob

What accomplishment are you most proud of?

I am most proud of getting recruited to play softball for a Division 1 school.

Were you sad when vine got shut down?

Oh yea, all my embarrassing vines from my younger days are gone.

If you were a tree what kind of tree would you be?

I would be a maple tree because they’re strong, and I am strong willed.

How did you meet your best friend?

We met in fourth grade through softball, and we ended up being on the same team. We’ve been best friends for 8 years now.

Which historical figure would you like to be?

Martin Luther King Jr. because he spread messages of love and equality for everyone.

If you could choose your own nickname, what would it be?

Demarini because there’s a bat brand named Demarini and it’s kind of ironic since I play softball and my name’s DiMari.

Do you have any pets?

Yes, three golden retrievers. The oldest is Remington, he’s my dog, the second is Bella, and the third is Copper.

What smell reminds you of when you were a kid?

The smell of fall, freshly cut grass, and tea.

What’s the longest you have gone without sleep?

2 days (it was during finals week)

What do you want to be remembered by?

I want to be remembered as someone who was a hard worker and didn’t keep anything in her way from reaching her goals.

Maria Miller - Flightline Editor-in-Chief

Maria became a member of The Flightline in January of 2016. She is a senior this year involved in slam poetry at Skutt Catholic and spends time with her beloved mule, Shoelace, outside of school. You can email her at [email protected]