Jan. 12, 2007
Throughout the season, members of the IU women's basketball team will answer 10 questions for IUHOOSIERS.com. Senior guard Leah Enterline, a native of Monroeville, Ind., is fourth on the list.
If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
I would go to Hawaii to visit my family because I haven't been there since I was young.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I see myself back home in Monroeville, Ind. I hope to be working at a job that I love, possibly teaching and coaching or something involved with fitness, and I hope to have a beautiful family.
Finish this sentence - Since coming to Indiana, I've learned:
That in order to achieve your goals you must always believe in yourself and never lose sight of who you are.
What are your pre-game rituals or superstitions?
I pray before every game during the National Anthem. I also wear the same spandex for every game.
Finish this sentence - The best thing about Indiana is:
It is an amazing campus where I have met friends and "family" (my teammates and coaches) and built relationships that will last a lifetime.
What is your favorite childhood memory?
I will never forget having the opportunity to compete against boys my age in various sports. My parents always got me involved in the most competitive leagues that were offered. In fact, since I was very young, my entire family has supported me throughout all of my endeavors. They pushed me to be the best that I can be, in the classroom and in athletics. I cannot thank them enough for shaping me into the person that I am today.
The teammate I most admire is who, and why?
I equally admire all of my teammates because they work so hard and sacrifice so much for the success of our team. If it weren't for each and every one of them, we would not be in the position we are today. In addition, they all make living in Assembly Hall an enjoyable experience.
Why do you wear number 31?
I was a Reggie Miller fan when I was younger.
My favorite thing about Bloomington is:
It has a lot of "big town" opportunities while maintaining a "small town" atmosphere. Despite the large number of students, I still see many familiar faces that support our program.
Something that many people don't know about you is:
I talk to my parents approximately 15 times a day ... No joke - and I love every minute of it!