SEATTLE -- The Washington women's soccer season is underway. While the team is led by a deep and talented senior class, the Dawgs have also added a group of talented freshmen. GoHuskies.com got a chance to speak to each of the new Huskies. Today, Sarah Schimer.
Why did you come to Washington?
Schimer: "I love the environment on campus and the fell I got from the players and coaches on my various visitis. It also runs in my family."
What do you hope to contribute this season and in your career as a Husky?
Schimer: "I hope to be encouraging to all of my teammates and to compete to not only get better, but help my teammates get better as well."
What is the greatest moment of your playing career so far?
Schimer: "At Nationals last summer, I played one of the best games of my life in the quarterfinals. We were tied 2-2 and I saved the last PK to put us in the semis."
What is your first memory of playing soccer?
Schimer: "When I was five or six years old, I scored five goals in the first game of the season. I thought I was a hot shot."
What do you do for fun?
Schimer: "I like to do crafty things like Pinterest or Do It Yourself projects when I am in the mood, but I love to play sports. I like to play basketball, volleyball, tennis as well as soccer."
Who is the most inspirational person in your life and why?
Schimer: "My dad. He didn't come from much, but he's turned out pretty successful. He still manages to stay humble, though."
What is your favorite meal: Any type of pasta.
What is your favorite movie: Mean Girls and She's The Man.
What is favorite type of music: Country or Hip Hop.
If you didn't play soccer, what sport would you play: Basketball or Volleyball.
What is the best book you have ever read: Harry Potter.