Editor’s Note: Throughout the 2013 season, the Lynx Radio Network and LynxBasketball.com will highlight Lynx season ticket members who have been ticket holders for all 15 seasons through a Fan Spotlight series. Look for these interviews, conducted by Cal Soderquist, to be archived on LynxBasketball.com each Monday during the year. Today’s feature highlights Ronna Puck, a fan who enjoys college and professional basketball.

Audio: Ronna Puck Spotlight

Why did you become a season ticket holder 15 years ago?

"I've always been a fan of women's basketball. I've played women's basketball. I had Timberwolves season tickets and was able to get these tickets right away."

Have you kept up with the careers of Lindsay Whalen and Janel McCarville over time?

"I have Gopher season tickets, too. They were exciting back then. Now they are a little more mature. I think their game has evolved more. They are just better."

How has the game evolved?

"The games are a lot different now. Back then you had your one or two teams that were winning. There's more parity now."

What benefits does being a season ticket member have?

"The social aspect. We have friends and we have season tickets. It's just better in person, but I record the games and watch them as well."

"It's like a family and everyone is friends. All of the sales people and staff, they all know you and the players are nice, so it's just great."

What's your favorite memory?

"Year one was exciting. We met the first player, Kristin Fokl. (After the first game) I was interviewed by the Star Tribune. And when we beat LA in the playoffs and of course the championship."

Any final thoughts?

"Go Lynx."

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