Sept. 22, 2006
Junior Nick Sutter transferred to Indiana from Illinois-Chicago, and is in his first season with the Hoosiers. He sat down with IUHOOSIERS.com to answer a few questions about himself.
If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
I would go to Italy so I could see The Leaning Tower of Pisa.
The teammate I most admire is who, and why?
I admire Dougie (Reisinger) for his amazingly positive attitude.
Name one thing that you wish you were better at?
Singing. I think it'd be sweet to have a really good voice for singing.
Since coming to Indiana, I've learned:
That 8 a.m. practice is not fun.
What is your favorite sport besides soccer?
Golf. I love to play golf. I almost played golf in college instead of soccer.
What is your favorite soccer memory?
I have too many, but winning a national championship with my U19 club (Sockers FC) two years ago is probably my favorite.
Who has been the biggest influence in your life and why?
My parents and my sister. It just seems like no matter what happens, they're always behind me, staying positive and reinforcing every decision that I make.
What do you like best about Coach Freitag?
The thing I like about Coach Fry is his speeches. They're both inspirational and comical.
What makes Indiana special from any other program?
We have a lot of opportunities here that other schools don't get. The equipment, the training opportunities, the managers. We're treated very well here.
What is your role on the team?
To make the starters better, and try to get up there myself. To improve every day and keep a positive attitude, make it fun.