Inside The Dugout: Lindsay Schluge

Inside The Dugout:  Lindsay Schluge

April 23, 2009

Favorite Food
Buttered Spaghetti and Ice Cream

Favorite Color
Navy Blue

Favorite Movie
Definitely Maybe

Favorite Music Group/Singer
John Mayer and Carrie Underwood

Any superstitions

Favorite place on Butler's campus
Starbucks with my caffeine addicted friends. And I finally do not sleep in a bunk bed after three years (sorority), so my full size bed that I got at the age of 21 is also a favorite.

Favorite thing about Butler Softball
The girls and the memories that we will have forever.

Dream vacation spot
St. Barts (An Island in Europe)

Favorite all-time softball moment
Going to physicals freshman year, not knowing what was ahead of us and meeting all my teammates especially my fellow classmates. Everyone was so scared but so excited! That was four years ago.

Favorite actor/actress
Julia Roberts and Jake Gyllenhall

Favorite clothing brand or outfit
If I could afford Marc Jacobs, then him. But you can't go wrong with a summer dress and a pair of incredibly high heels from Forever 21.

Were you named after someone
No, but my parents put an "a" in my name because my sister Sara had "a's" in her name.

Favorite dessert
Chocolate Ice Cream

Bungee Jump or Sky Dive
Sky Dive

What is the first thing you notice about people
What they are wearing and their height

Favorite TV show
The City

Favorite smell
A Bonfire

Favorite sport to watch on TV

Do you have any special talents
The One Arm Push Up

Who is your hero/heroine
My Mother and Father

Favorite professional athlete
Peyton Manning

Favorite sound
The Beach

Favorite season of the year
The Summer

Your idea of a perfect day
Wake up, grab a coffee with my best friends, walking in central park and playing catch while getting a suntan, going out to sushi and then going out and dancing together.

What will you miss the most about your Butler Softball experience
I am going to miss conditioning. One, I was in shape. Two, even though it is not the best time in the world there is always something funny that happens (someone pukes) or empowering (we all work together). When we finish the task, everyone feels good and healthy, and a little short of breath.

What is your fondest memory of the last 4 years
I think my senior homecoming will go down in history.

Favorite complex to play at
Butler, I believe in home field advantage.

What would you do different if you could do it again
Oh gosh, where to start. Obviously, I have some regrets in life but I don't think I would do anything different. If I did, I wouldn't be where I am today. And I am healthy and happy, I couldn't ask God for more then that.