Sept. 21, 2009
BERKELEY - Sophomore forward Katie Suits has helped the No. 7 California women's soccer team to its 6-1-0 record, playing in five games for the Golden Bears. With two brothers who played on collegiate soccer teams and parents who also played intercollegiate sports during their college days, Katie Suits was a natural-born soccer player. Suits has found a great niche in Berkeley, and notes that she chose Cal for its phenomenal combination of academics and athletics. CalBears.com chatted with Suits to find out more about her personality away from the pitch.
CalBears.com: In your bio Q&A, you mentioned that NorCal is better than SoCal, what makes that so?
CalBears.com: Who would you want to be stranded on a deserted island with?
CalBears.com: Your brother, Matt, played soccer at San Diego State and your other brother, Danny, currently is a member of UCLA's soccer team - was collegiate soccer always in the cards for you? What was it like growing up in such an athletically minded family?
CalBears.com: What is the best thing about being a part of your team?
KS: I love my team! All my teammates are my sisters.
CalBears.com: You also competed in track and field at Los Alamitos HS, what made you choose soccer as your college sport? What events did you compete in?
CalBears.com: What characteristic in people do you most admire?
CalBears.com: If you had a time machine, what year would you travel to?
CalBears.com: What would you like to be doing in 10 years?
CalBears.com: Zulma Munoz, the last person to do a Q&A for CalBears.com, wanted the next women's soccer player to answer: If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
CalBears.com: What question would you like the next women's soccer student-athlete who does a Q&A to answer?
To see all past Q&As with the Golden Bears, click here.
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