Athlete of the Week, Nathalie Bohn is a Freshman from Montgomery, MN.
1. Where are you from?
A: Eagan MN
2. When did you start playing soccer/why?
A: I started playing soccer in 4th grade because it was one of the most exciting fast paced sports I had ever seen.
3. What is your major in school? What do you want to do?
A: My current major is an AS degree in Early Childhood and Youth Devolpment and my plan is to transfer after my 2 years at DCTC for a double major in Early Childhood Education and Special Education and a minor in American Sign Language.
4. What is one unique fact about you?
A: A unique fact about me is that I can put my right foot behind my head but not my left.
5. Why did you get involved playing soccer? Why do you love it?
A: I got involved in DCTC soccer when the womens head coach Jason Obarski reached out to me and came to my house to meet with me and really got me excited for the season. I truly love it because not only is the sport rewarding, but being able to meet new girls and watch them grow and become amazing players is satisfying. We truly became a family this year and I couldn't have asked for a more supportive team.
6. Why did you choose to go to DCTC?
A: I chose DCTC because of how flexible they were for me after graduation and they accepted me so quickly and were extremely helpful throughout the whole process. It is one of the best schools I have ever attended.
7. What is your greatest accomplishment personally and as an athlete?
A: Personally, my best accomplishment was coming back from almost not graduating high school to finishing on the B honor role, because I had faith in myself. As an athlete, my greatest accomplishment is just all around growing and becomming a strong player for my team, especially after not playing for 6 years.
8. When will you graduate?
A: I plan on graduating from DCTC in 2018 and then transfering to Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach Florida.
9. Is this your first or second your on the DCTC Soccer team? What do you like about being on the team?
A: This is my 1st year on the DCTC soccer team and being able to be on a team helps me grow as a person. It has taught me how important communication, dedication and commitment are because of how much my team depends on me. We are only as strong as our weakest player, so we always work on building each other up and really being the best we can be.