Cardinal Capsule: Jennifer Hucke
Oct. 22, 2004
Stanford volleyball team will be fun to watch this year because:
We have a perfect blend of competitiveness and camaraderie.
For me to improve as a player I need to:
Get out of Ogonna's way when she is hitting!!
The thing I like about sports is:
The friendships you build with fellow athletes!
If I could add one team to the schedule it would be:
Professor Garza - Human Physiology.
A friend from another college volleyball team:
Katelin Leck - Washington.
Favorite midnight snack:
Frosted Mini Wheats.
If I had to cook all of my meals, I'd probably survive on:
Favorite T.V. show:
My parents were right when they told me:
Proper Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance.
www.gostanford.com and www.hawks.com
I'd like to switch places for a day with:
Favorite non-volleyball activity:
Sleeping, shopping, watching t.v.
My most prized possession:
My Tahoe Tonka truck.
If you were going on a road trip and could only take one cd, which one would you take:
A mix cd with lots of hip hop and r&b.
Opponent you would most like to beat:
The current or former Stanford athlete I most enjoy watching perform:
If I could go up against any other Stanford athlete (non-women's volleyball) it would be:
If I could bring anything from my hometown it would be:
My dog Rooster.
Since coming to Stanford I have learned:
I am very lucky to be one of the select few who get the honor of being part of such a prestigious university.
One moment in history I wish I could have seen:
The battle at Gettysburg.
After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as:
A hard worker who never settled for anything but her best.
Ten years from now I hope to be:
Successful and healthy.
Anything my dad cooks which is mostly beef.
Least Favorite Food:
Favorite Sport Other Than Volleyball:
Football and basketball.
If I won $1 million dollars, I would:
Buy a new car, travel, pay back my parents for all the money they say I own them, and if I have any left I would invest it.
The favorite place I've visited:
Monticello, Jefferson's estate in Virginia.
Best book I've read:
The Da Vinci Code.
Playing tennis, bowling, miniature golf.
The athlete I admire most:
The person I admire most:
The best advice I ever received was:
Life is a Journey experience it.
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