Prep pulse: Tabitha PfaffMarch 1, 2013
Nicknames: Tabby, Tabeasta, Nater
Number of text messages you send each day? too many to count
One thing that puts you in your coach’s doghouse? breathing in and out of my turns
Who on your team spices up long, boring bus trips? Chase Thornsberry with his loud and obnoxious off-key singing
Oddest thing in your locker at school? an abundant amount of food
What’s an irrational fear you have? passing out in the pool because I’m not allowed to breathe
Everyone has a weird recurring dream — what’s yours? I’m going to be late to morning practice
If you were in charge of the world, your first move would be: create peace among everyone
Favorite school lunch? potato bar
What’s your coach’s most famous saying? “I know you’re tired, but you have to learn to be tough.”
What’s your best dance move? The Wobble. It’s a dance to a song.
You are really obsessive about: shoes
You take pride in the fact that: I’ll be attending IUPUI next year to major in nursing
How have you changed since freshman year? I’ve grown to become a better person and not take things for granted.
You are hosting a dinner. What three people, living or dead, do you invite? my psychology teacher Mr. Burns, my grandpa who passed away when I was a baby, and my little cousin Daniel
If you could live anywhere, where would it be? on an island in the Bahamas
Worst job you’ve ever had? working with grouchy customers at IGA
I could waste hours upon end: on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest
What’s on your bucket list? travel to different places around the world, give back to cancer patients
Most embarrassing song on your iPod? “The Best of Both Worlds” by Hannah Montana
Favorite teacher you’ve ever had? my third-grade teacher Mrs. McGovren, because she’s an amazing person and I’ve always looked up to her
What’s your biggest accomplishment, in life or athletics? losing weight and becoming a healthier person
Least favorite household chore: the dishes
Part about life after high school that scares you the most? moving away from family and friends
If you had one do-over in life, it would be: take advantage of nap time in kindergarten
What’s your worst habit? biting my nails and playing with my hair
Your parents are always on your case about: being too hard on myself
Channing Tatum and David Freese would have me at hello
Purdue athletics is overrated
What do you look like in your most embarrassing early childhood
picture? making chipmunk cheeks while trying to smile in my preschool picture
Piece of advice you’ve gotten that’s stuck with you? Nothing can happen to me today that God and I can’t handle together
Favorite former athlete from your school? Scott Rolen
Time you sleep in until on the weekends? 7 a.m., because I have swimming
Best Christmas gift you’ve ever gotten? money for college
What’s your routine on a snow day from school? sleep in as late as possible and play outside in the snow
Toilet paper under the roll, or over? under
Milk chocolate or dark chocolate? dark chocolate
“Gangnam Style” or “Call Me Maybe?” “Gangnam Style”
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