Every week, the Louisville Women Sports Network highlights a local athlete by asking her 20 profile questions. This week’s athlete is Erin Toller. She is a guard for Kentucky Premier AAU Basketball as well as a rising freshman at Sacred Heart. If there is an athlete you’d like to read about, email suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“E”. I got it because its the first letter of my name.
2) What is your number and why did you choose it?
20. I got it because my cousin has the number and I look up to her.
3) What is your favorite subject in school?
4) What are your academic goals?
To achieve a 4.0 every year
5) What are your athletic goals?
To make it in the WNBA and host free camps for kids who would like to learn about the sport
6) What is your favorite athletic moment?
When I hit the winning NBA three-point shot at nationals
7) What is your ideal meal/snack before a game?
I would eat toast, oatmeal, and strawberries.
8) What is your favorite Louisville restaurant?
9) What athlete do you most look up to? Why?
I look up to Moriah Jefferson and Crystal Dangerfield. I look up to them because I like their game, and their personality on and off the court is awesome.
10) How have sports impacted and/or inspired your life?
Basketball has helped me to learn how to balance things out in life and own up to my mistakes.
11) What is your favorite movie?
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
12) If they made a movie about your life, what actor would play you?
13) What is your favorite TV show?
14) What song do you listen to when getting ready for a game?
I don’t I meditate before games
15) What is your favorite book?
“To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee
16) What is your favorite color?
17) If you were on a desert island and could have one possession, what would it be?
18) Who do you consider to be today’s best female role model for young women?
19) If you could pick one person, dead or alive, and ask them just one question that they had to answer honestly, who would you pick and what would you ask?
Moriah Jefferson. I would ask her, “How did you feel when you got drafted to the WNBA?”
20) What is the best advice you have ever received and who gave it to you?
“To end mistakes with a period”, which means to not worry about the mistake I made and move on, and “To not end my mistakes with a comma”, which means when I make a mistake, to not have an attitude. That came from my dad.