Volleyball - Mon, Sep. 24, 2012
Today, Cornerstone athletics begins its volleyball feature; "Spiking it with …" Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the season, fans will have an opportunity to get to know the Golden Eagles a bit better through a question-and-answer session. Today, the series starts with outside hitter Murphy Heyer.
Heyer, a freshman from Rockford, has been in 10 matches with 33 sets played in the 2012 season for head coach Ryan Campbell. The Rockford native tallied a career-high 13 kills against Point Park College on September 24.
For a more personal introduction to Murphy Heyer, read on …
The best part about being on the Golden Eagle's Volleyball team? The lifelong friends I will make with the girls on the team because we are close like a family.
My earliest volleyball memory is … Playing on my first AAU team when I was in sixth grade with all my closest friends.
Other than volleyball, my favorite sport to play is … Badminton.
When I have an hour of free time, I like to … Hang out with my friends and family, play volleyball, and of course eat.
If I won a million dollars, I would … Give away some of it to organizations and charities, then I would spend some of it.
If someone would look at the songs on my iPod, I would be embarrassed for them to see I have … I wouldn't be embarrassed, I have all different genres on my iPod.
It is not good for you, but I still eat … Ice Cream.
A place I would like to visit one day is … Europe.
If you could eat dinner with three other people (living or dead) who would they be? My mom, dad, and my best friend.
Who is your favorite Bible character and why? John, because it is my favorite story in the Bible.
When surfing the Internet, what website do you visit the most frequently? YouTube.
What is something about you that other people don't know? I hate feet.
Who is your favorite Superhero and why? Batman, because he is the best.
What cartoon character are you most like? Mickey Mouse.
After graduation, I would like to … Travel places that I have never been and experience different cultures.