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April 1, 2014

2014 Salem News Student Athlete profile: Katie Monahan, Ipswich

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Hometown: Ipswich

Age: 17

College you will be attending: Union College

What is your favorite book?: “Poisonwood Bible” by Barbara Kingsolver

What is your favorite movie?: “She’s the Man”

Who is your favorite singer or musical group?: Luke Bryan

What is your favorite website?: Twitter

What is your favorite class in school?: AP English

What athletic feat are you most proud of and why?: “I’m most proud of tying Masconomet (in soccer) this year. It sounds like nothing, but we were the underdogs by a long shot, and we really stepped up to the challenge. Every person on my team played the game of their life, and I was proud of our persistence.”

Who has had the biggest influence on your life and why?: “There isn’t one individual person, but three: my mom, dad and my grandmother. They have all taught me different lessons that collectively made me exactly who I am.”

Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?: “Hopefully graduated and taking on the world. Twenty-seven is still young, so I hope I’ll be traveling and figuring out what I should be doing the rest of my life. I’ll probably still be very indecisive and laughing at nothing.”

 

 

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