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Titan Senior Spotlight - Feb. 3

Monday, February 3, 2014

Monday, February 3, 2014
Sport: Women's Basketball
Name: Gabby Holko
Position: Guard
Number: 22
Major: History

What made you choose Westminster?
I chose Westminster because of the small close family atmosphere. It first started with the basketball team but then after being a student here at Westminster I was able to see that the whole college is close. There is always someone there that would help you out in a time of need.

What has been the greatest part of your collegiate athletic career thus far?
I would say that the greatest part of my collegiate athletic career would be getting the experiences that I have been given. What I mean is I've met so many great people in my life and being a Westminster Titan has given me opportunities that I wouldn't have been able to do if not playing basketball.

What is your favorite basketball moment of all-time?
My favorite moment of all time would be playing W&J sophomore year needing to beat them for PAC standings and not only did we beat them but I was able to tie the record for most three pointers in a game.

Who was your favorite childhood athlete and why?
Allen Iverson, he was my favorite childhood athlete because he was one of the best point guards in the NBA while I was growing up, and he did have the best ball handling moves.

Do you have any talents or hobbies?
I can juggle, spin the ball on my finger and switch hands/fingers. But in reality basketball is my hobby!

What are your plans after graduation?
I plan on getting a Graduate Assistant position at another college or university in basketball. Hopefully that is where I begin my coaching career because one day I would love to be a college coach.

What advice do you have for your underclassmen teammates?
I would tell them to cherish every moment that they have with basketball because coming in as a freshman I would have never guessed that these four years would have gone as quickly as they did and I would give anything to relive these four years again. These years are the time of your life, so make them count and make your mark on Westminster.

By Julie Jurich, Sports Information Assistant


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