Prep Pulse: Gabby IngramSeptember 24, 2013
SOUTHRIDGE | SENIOR | VOLLEYBALL
Nicknames: Gab or Gabby since my legal name is Gabrielle
What was your highlight of the summer? going to Trine University for Hoosier Girls State
One thing you do that puts you in coach’s doghouse? Bouncing a ball while she is talking to us will put anyone in the doghouse.
Who on your team spices up long, boring bus trips? Nikki Fischer with her randomness and contagious laugh
Everyone has a weird recurring dream — what’s yours? Well, there’s a gray cat in my dreams somewhere...
What teacher has had the greatest impact on your life? Mr. Dave Schank
Favorite breakfast cereal? Cap’n Crunch
What’s your coach’s most famous saying? “It comes down to who wants it more.”
What’s your best dance move? These hips don’t lie! Ha, who am I kidding? I can’t dance!
You are really obsessive about: my Yorkie, Blake
How have you changed since freshman year? My friends, priorities and overall outlook on life has changed a lot since then.
Best meal you make: anything microwavable. I can’t cook!
Favorite late-night snack? going to Denny’s with my friends
One thing about your sport people don’t realize or appreciate? It all starts with a good pass to the setter
Complete the sentence: I have my morning routine down to a science.
Sporting event you’re dying to see? a Purdue volleyball match
What actress would play you in a movie about your life? probably Vanessa Hudgens
Household chore you’d pay someone else to do: taking my dogs out
If you could change your name to anything, what would it be? I would make my legal name Gabby
Everyone gives you a hard time about: how long my hair is
Favorite teacher you’ve ever had? Mr. Brock Matthews (grade nine and 11) because he has an awesome personality
What’s on your bucket list? send a message in a bottle, have a glitter fight and, of course, skydive
Most embarrassing song on your iPod? my Hannah Montana playlist
What’s your guilty pleasure? cuddling with my Yorkie
Physical feature that makes you unique? the scar from my second knee surgery
What’s your biggest accomplishment so far, in life or athletics? As far as athletics, my biggest accomplishment is overcoming a bad knee injury my freshman year.
Worst job you’ve ever had? Painting my grandparents’ fence on the hottest day of summer
I could waste hours upon end: outdoors
What sports story are you most sick of hearing about? steroids in professional sports
Favorite toy when you were a kid? my 32 Build-A-Bears ... ridiculous, I know.
Favorite article of clothing? my black Columbia jacket
People say you look like: my two siblings
What’s a fear that you’ve overcome? injuring my knee again
Athlete you’d like to go one-on-one against? Michael Phelps, just to say I did
If you had one do-over in life, what would it be? I wish I had realized earlier how right my mom always is.
Biggest pet peeve about other drivers? No one ever drives fast enough for me.
What do you look like in your most embarrassing childhood photo? like I just bit into the most sour lemon ever
People would be surprised to know what about you? I have dislocated my right knee 14 times before having three surgeries to correct it
Favorite former athletes from your school? There’s a close tie between Ben Weber and Cleat Winkler
Strawberry jelly or grape jelly? grape, please
Toilet paper under the roll, or over? Most definitely on top of roll
Paoli Peaks or Patoka Lake? Patoka Lake because that means it’s probably summer!
College football or pro football? What about high school football?!
Math homework or English homework? science homework, for sure
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