Getting To Know Dana Sorensen
May 19, 2004
The Stanford softball team will be fun to watch this year because:
We are young but have alot of energy, we are much quicker and can create opportunities.
For me to improve as a player I need to:
The thing I like about sports is:
The comraderie and the fans.
If I could add one team to the schedule it would be:
A friend from another college softball team:
Former Cal third baseman Candace Harper.
Favorite midnight snack:
What makes Boyd and Jill Smith Family Stadium so special:
The view of the athletic facillities and Hoover tower is spectacular.
If I had to cook all of my meals, I'd probably survive on:
I do cook all my meals, and I survive on my George Forman grill -- chicken and burgers!!
Favorite T.V. show:
Friends, no question!
My parents were right when they told me:
To just have fun.
I'd like to switch places for a day with:
Julia Roberts, I would love to see what life is like for her.
Favorite non-softball activity:
Baking, filming documentaries of our team.
If you were going on a road trip and could only take one cd, which one would you take:
Maybe my mix of Garth Brooks.
My most prized possession:
The best advice I ever received was:
To just have fun.
The most difficult opposing stadium to play is:
gostanford.com, ebay, and espn.com.
The current or former Stanford athlete I most enjoy watching perform:
Luke Powell, football.
If I could go up against any other Stanford athlete (non women's softball) it would be:
Ogonna Nnamani (volleyball), I think she can jump over me!
Since coming to Stanford I have learned:
That the most important thing is people are the reason for life, not achievements.
One moment in history I wish I could have seen:
when Jackie Robinson stole home.
After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as:
Someone who grew into a responsible and considerate person.