Question: If you weren't a coach, what would you be?
"I would be a teacher, because I believe this is also a profession where you can make a difference in people's lives."
— Megan Hut, The Catholic University of America
"I would want to work with cats, kittens, both or either."
— Annie Lahey, Assumption College
"I would want to own a wedding venue on the outskirts of St. Louis and help make every couple's wedding dreams come true!"
— Sarah Baumann, Lindenwood University
"I would own a venue and be an event planner. I’d use the space to host weddings and other fun events!"
— Sara Nagel, Lindenwood University
"Game warden — I love to be outdoors! I would want to help protect and preserve the land and wildlife and make sure people abide by the rules and regulations so everyone can enjoy it for years to come!"
— Amber Auchenbach, Cedar Crest College
"Professional sports analyst/commentator."
— Jessica Weiss, Randolph-Macon College
Thank you for your answers, coaches!
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