Cobra Spotlight- Heather Blaschke, Women's Soccer

Cobra Spotlight- Heather Blaschke, Women's Soccer

The "Cobra Spotlight" is a weekly highlight of a student-athlete at Coker College. Each week we take a different athlete from a different sport and display some facets to get more familiar with them. This week we take a look at Heather Blaschke, a member of the women's soccer team.

Name: Heather Blaschke

Sport: Women’s soccer

Position: Midfielder

Hometown: Fort Mill, S.C.

Year: Sophomore

Major: Secondary history education

Why did you choose Coker? I liked the campus size and everyone was really nice. I also wanted to be a part of the women’s soccer program.

What is your best memory at Coker (athletic related)? My team has so many memories that I couldn’t pick one. If I told you some of them, I would probably have to kill you.

What is your best memory at Coker (non-athletic related)? All of my best memories revolve around my teammates, so the memories are endless.

Which athletic team would you play on at Coker other than your own? The men’s soccer team because they are such studs

Favorite class: Any history class

Favorite professor: I can’t say that out loud! There would be angry professors!

Plans after graduation: I want to become a high school and middle school history teacher, while also coaching soccer.

Favorite movie: Any cheesy SYFY movie with poor acting and terrible graphics

Favorite type of music: Anything but country

Favorite food: Cheesecake, brownies, chocolate chip cookies, chocolate pudding, chocolate cupcakes, red velvet cupcakes, all kinds of ice cream, cake with a lot of icing, chocolate candy, chocolate pie and cantaloupe are all of my favorite foods.

Favorite sports team: Colts!! Whoop whoop!

Favorite color: Blue, but not just a regular blue, like a very blue, blue

Favorite TV show: I don’t watch enough TV to answer this. I am more of a movie person.

Most prized possession: iPhone

What is something people may not know about you? I was born on Easter.

Do you have a nickname? If so, how did you get it? I would rather not share my childhood nickname.

One word that describes you: Different