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Rounding the Bases with Katrina Johnson

March 29, 2010  Lynchburg, Va.  RSS
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Today's "Rounding the Bases" segment features freshman pitcher Kat Johnson.

Today's "Rounding the Bases" segment features freshman Kat Johnson, a right-handed pitcher from Levelland, Texas.

Johnson has appeared in seven contests for the Lady Flames this season, starting five games in the circle. She picked up her first collegiate win on March 6 with a 8-0 shutout over Rhode Island in the Georgia Tech Buzz Classic in Woodstock, Ga. Johnson has thrown 21 1/3 innings, and has tallied 18 strikeouts.

The daughter of Larry and Karen Johnson is majoring in health promotions at Liberty.

Getting to know Kat Johnson

What is your favorite Bible verse?
Psalm 73:25-26

I know it's not good for me, but I love to eat …
Chocolate

What is the best movie you watched over the last year?
The Dark Knight

I came to Liberty because …
I wanted to play Division I softball and be in a Christian environment.

My earliest memory while competing in my sport is …
When I played t-ball, I hit an inside-the-park home run.

If you could be somebody else for a day, who would you be and why?
Cat Osterman, so I could pitch in the Olympics.

The best part of being a Liberty student-athlete is…
5:30 a.m. workouts

My dream job would be…
Own a surf shop in Hawaii.

The team that I'm most looking forward to competing against this year is (and why) …
Coastal Carolina, because they're our arch-rivals.

If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?
Telekinesis, because I could manipulate any object.

The TV Show I can't live without watching each week is…
Lost, because it is mysterious and intriguing and it always leaves you wanting to know all the answers.

If I were named "Coach for a Day", I would make my coaches (and why) …
Have them do mental toughness runs.

My favorite thing about being a part of the Liberty softball team is …
The opportunity to play at the Division I level and all of the new relationships I've been blessed to form with my teammates.

If you could have dinner with three people throughout history, who would they be and why?
Jesus, King Solomon and Moses, so I could learn everything I possibly could from them.

My personal goals this season are …
Become a better softball player and Christian.

What is the most exciting thing you did last summer?
Played at Nationals in Oklahoma

What is your favorite vacation spot?
Yellowstone National Park

What is the best advice you have ever received, and who gave it to you?
"Offer your life as a living sacrifice to Christ." –my Dad