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    In the Dugout - Heather Hohs

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    Heather Hohs
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    Dec. 8, 2006

    After helping the Hoosiers to one of its best seasons in recent history, senior Heather Hohs sat down with IUHOOSIERS.com to answer 10 questions about herself, IU softball and the upcoming 2007 campaign.

    Last season, Hohs was one of the Hoosiers' top choices for a pinch runner, tallying 12 runs, six sacrifice bunts and a pair of stolen bases.

    What are you most looking forward to in this upcoming season?
    "I want to leave everything on the field in every game and of course, go to the Big Ten Tournament and NCAA Regionals for the second year in a row."

    Which professional teams do you follow the most?
    "I am from Chicago so it has to be the Cubs and "Da Bears."

    If you could switch places with someone for a day who would it be:
    "I would love to be Terrell Owens because I really want to know what he is thinking when he does his ridiculous touchdown celebrations. I just think it would be a really fun day being T.O."

    What is your major?
    "My major is exercise science."

    Favorite quote:
    "'One man can be a crucial ingredient on a team.' I found this quote in my IU student-athlete planner, and I really liked it."

    What other IU sport would you want to play?
    "Basketball. I was actually recruited to play Division I ball."

    Place I would most like to visit:
    "I would love to visit Venice since it is sinking. It looks pretty in the movie Chasing Liberty, so why not just get on a plane and go?

    What makes Indiana special from any other program?
    "Our colors cream and crimson. They go well with jeans."

    Most prized possession:
    "My left leg- it hasn't failed me yet."

    Best part about being a student-athlete:
    "Random people on campus like to hold conversations with me. It really makes you feel special when they open the doors for you."

     

     


       

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