Meet Erin Estep

 
 
 

 
Erin Estep
 
 

Oct. 31, 2003

Fort Worth, Texas - Full name: Erin Estep

Nicknames: "E" Steppen

I wear number 15 because: it was given to me when I was 7 years old for soccer and it stuck

Favorite class: calculus

Favorite junk food: Reeses peanut butter cups

Most impressive person you know: my mom

Person in history you'd most like to meet: Elvis

First thing you'd do if you were head coach for a day: I would tell each player their strenths and what they needed to focus on

Teammate who makes you laugh the most: toss-up between Jenna and Ellen

Person who has most influenced your athletic career: myself

Most memorable moment in athletics: scoring 2-3 goals on my own goalie when I was 5 and then boasting, "Aren't I dwait!" (great)

Best player you've ever faced: Sara Kinkade

Craziest ambition: to live in South America or Europe for an extended period of time
 

 

One thing you wish you were better at: singing - I have no vocal talents AT ALL!

Favorite sport besides the one you're playing: football to watch, soccer to play

One possession you'd keep if you lost all but one: my left shoe

Ultimate SportsCenter highlight: OU winning the National Championship after the 28 year old quarterback at Florida State (Chris Weinke) got the Heisman The best advice I've ever been given is: to trust in God

If there were a movie about your life, who is the actress who would play you? Sandra Bullock

A place I've always wanted to visit, but never had the chance is: Ireland or Scotland

What motivates you?: my internal drive to make myself better

My dream job would be: a professor at a nice college with enough free time to assist a special education class

Why did you choose to attend TCU?: It had the best academic standards and the players on the team

Since I've been at TCU, I've learned: things and people aren't always what they appear

The best thing about being a Horned Frog is: We have a hand sign we get to wave around - not every school can say that


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