What’s the significance of your derby name and number?
[SB] – Sheeza Brickhouse 36-24-36, pretty self explanatory. The Commadores had a beautiful view of women, and I wanted to glorify that and the funk era itself.
Do you have any bout-day rituals, habits, or superstitions? If so, what are they?
[SB] – My bout day habits include sleeping in, dancing to funk or hip hop, and drinking Pedialyte. In that order.
What was the last thing you ate?
[SB] – A piece of peppermint gum? Before that fresh spring rolls with peanut sauce.
What is your favorite thing about Roller Derby?
[SB] – My favorite thing about derby is the basic fact that I get to knock girls down and then get a high five or beer from that very girl! What other sport makes that happen?!
What is your favorite off-skates workout?
[SB] – Dancing. All day, every day.
At noon, a train leaves Seattle for Portland while another train leaves Portland for Seattle. It takes one train 4 hours and the other 7 hours to make the trip. Both maintain constant speeds and travel along parallel tracks. If you were on one of those trains, what kind of refreshing beverage would you be drinking in the dining car?
[SB] – If I was on the 4 hour train it would be gin & tonic, extra lime. If I was on the 7 hour train, however, it would be Tequila & Grapefruit, followed by a Nicaraguans, and finally rounded out with a few PBR’s.
Sheeza Brickhouse is an amazing woman and here are some things said about her to prove it:
“She jumps in anytime things need to get done and does it with a smile. I know that if I need help last minute, she will be there!”
“Her dedication to GD even during an injury.”