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Open Net with Abby Austin
Austin, a forward, has appeared in four games for the Lady Flames this season. She was named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll as a freshman.
Austin is a graduate of Southern Boone County High School, where she earned first-team all-district honors and was named the team MVP her senior year.
Austin is majoring in nursing at Liberty.
Getting to Know Abby Austin
What is your favorite Bible verse and why?
Jeremiah 29:11. I always know that whatever I'm going through, God has a plan and it does not take Him by surprise.
What has been your favorite class at Liberty and why?
Fundamentals of Nursing. I got to use what I'd learned in the hospital for the first time.
I know it's not good for me, but I love to eat …
What was the best movie you watched over the last year?
Pride and Prejudice.
I came to Liberty because …
I knew this is where God wanted me to be.
Share something about one of your teammates that someone outside the program would never know without you telling them.
My earliest memory while competing in my sport is…
I got a bloody nose while playing goalie.
If you could be somebody else for a day, who would you be and why?
Jane Austen, so I could write a novel.
The best part of being a Liberty student-athlete is …
Representing the student body by playing for them.
My dream job would be …
A missionary nurse.
The team that I'm most looking forward to competing against this year is (and why) …
Whoever we play in the Big South Championship game.
What is the best book you have ever read (other than the Bible)?
Pride and Prejudice.
If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?
Walk on water.
If I were named "Coach for a Day", I would make my coaches (and why) …
Do burpies and mountain climbers.
My favorite thing about being a part of the Liberty women's soccer team is (and why) …
It's like having a second family.
If you could have dinner with three people throughout history, who would they be?
My sister, Jesus and Billy Graham.
My personal goals this season are …
To do my best, always work hard, give 100 percent, and pray for my teammates daily.
What is the most exciting thing you did this summer?
I went to Brazil on a mission trip.
What is your favorite vacation spot?
Do you have any pre-match habits/rituals, and what are they?
Pray, read some scripture and listen to pump-up music.
What is the best advice you have ever received, and who gave it to you?
Life by the yard is hard. Life by the inch is a cinch. –My dad