Volleyball Freshman Orientation: Autumn Bailey
Aug 20, 2013
MILWAUKEE - Freshman outside hitter Autumn Bailey joins the Golden Eagles this fall after an accomplished junior career in Canada, where she competed for Assumption Catholic Secondary School and with the club team Defensa. Bailey led Defensa to a pair of Canadian national championships in 2011 (U-16) and 2013 (U-18) while earning most valuable player honors both years. She also competed with the Canadian Junior National team in 2012 and is competing in fall camp for Lindsey Gosh's vacated starting spot at outside hitter.
Learn more about Bailey's journey to Marquette and what she is looking forward to as a Golden Eagle:
GoMU: Why did you choose Marquette?
GoMU: What is your most embarrassing volleyball moment?
GoMU: What is your proudest volleyball achievement to date?
GoMU: What do you plan on studying at Marquette?/What are your career goals?
GoMU: What are you looking forward to most in college?
GoMU: Is there a team you are looking forward to playing the most?
GoMU: What made you start playing volleyball?
AB: My mom always played volleyball and she was the one who introduced me to it. I first got involved in it when my older sister was going to a volleyball tryout and I asked if I could go too, I happened to make the team and I've played ever since.
GoMU: What is something about you that nobody knows?
GoMU: What is your biggest pet peeve?
GoMU: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be?
GoMU: What are your interests or hobbies other than volleyball?
I love going water tubing and for boat rides. I also like to fish even though I'm bad at it. Oh and I love watching chick flicks! And I looooovveeeee country music.
GoMU: Favorite food(s)?
GoMU: What was the last book you read?