Aug 27, 2013
GETTING TO KNOW KATIE LIPPERT
This is the fourth in a series on the Pitt women’s soccer team. Each player during the season will be featured.
Senior midfielder Katie Lippert begins her fourth and final season on the Pitt women’s soccer team. Through several injuries, Katie has played in 44 career matches and has made 35 starts, scoring three goals on 47 shots. She is a three-time Big East Academic All-Star and majors in health and physical education/exercise science.
What is the best thing about Pitt?
The people for sure. I love the friends I’ve made at Pitt. The city is also a fun place to be.
Who has made the biggest impact in your soccer career? Why?
Jenny Pease (Csonka), my trainer, because she keeps me alive and functional through the many injuries that I’ve had the past three years.
Who is your funniest teammate? Why?
Definitely Caroline. She has this dry wit that is impossible not to laugh at even if she makes the situation extremely awkward.
What do you like most about the city of Pittsburgh? Why?
There are so many cool places to go and things to do. There is always somewhere you haven’t been to yet.
What was your greatest moment in athletics?
Committing to play Division I soccer, which was my goal growing up and now having the chance to play in the best conference in the nation.
Favorite postgame snack or meal?
I am obsessed with oatmeal and salmon. Not together, but those are two of my favorite foods.
Favorite thing to do on campus?
Go to Razzy Fresh. I’m seriously obsessed.
Best Halloween costume you ever wore?
Last year Caroline, Alyssa, Morgan, Nicole and I were the Fab 5 gymnastics team. Our costumes were awesome, I’m not going to lie.
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