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Read Our Q&A With Seminole Catcher Julie Jordan

March 27, 2002

What was your favorite softball moment of 2001?

I would probably say the beginning of the year, before I got hurt.

What was the hardest part of your freshman season?

Being hurt and just dealing with it.

How has the recovery from your back injury gone?

It’s a lot better than last year, almost fully recovered.

Do you expect to be able to play this season?


What is the best part of playing softball at FSU?

The people and the team. Just having something to belong to and having so much fun when we’re playing.

Have you thought about what you want to do after you are done with school?

Actually, yeah. I want to work with an architectural firm, doing interior design or graphic design.

Do you prefer a night in or a night out and why?

Out. You can just have fun and relax, put all your stress aside.

How do you get ready on game day?

A lot of the time I do Jessica (van der Linden’s)hair and my hair. We listen to music and just get pumped up.

If I could change one thing about myself, it would be?

Looking at things negatively, I’d always look at things positively no matter what.

If you could give this year’s freshmen one piece of advice, what would it be?

Have fun and don’t worry about little things. Just relax and play the game.

What are your favorite things to do away from softball?

I like to draw, I love shopping, and I love the beach and just going out with friends.

What is the best piece of advice you ever got?

To live each day like it’s the last because you never what’s going to happen and you never know if each day is your last day.

Tell me why so many players from California are now coming to FSU?

I don’t know. There’s really not an answer why. There are a lot of good players in California and we’ve got to get them spread out.

If you could be on any game show, which would it be and why?

Probably Family Feud, but a college version. Like, a ‘Team Feud’.

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