One Question, Six Answers We asked, six coaches shared.

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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