Volleyball Freshman Orientation: Rachel Vidourek
Aug 22, 2013
MILWAUKEE - Freshman middle hitter Rachel Vidourek joins the Golden Eagles following the departure of all Marquette's middles who recieved playing time in 2012. Vidourek averaged 5.67 kills per set as a senior at Talawanda High School, while hitting .620 on the season and racking up conference player of the year honors.
The native of southwestern Ohio is excited with the BIG EAST Conference's addition of Xavier and is enrolled in Marquette's nationally acclaimed physician assistant studies program.
Learn more about Vidourek and her path to becoming a Golden Eagle:
GoMarquette.com: Why did you choose Marquette?
GoMU: What is your most embarrassing volleyball moment?
GoMU: What is your proudest volleyball achievement to date?
GoMU: In kindergarten what did you want to be when you grew up?
GoMU: What are you looking forward to most in college?
GoMU: Is there a team you are looking forward to playing the most?
GoMU: Who are your biggest heros and why?
GoMU: What is your biggest pet peeve?
Vidourek: Bad or slow drivers.
GoMU: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be?
GoMU: What are your interests or hobbies other than volleyball?
GoMU: Favorite food(s)?
GoMU: If you could be any animal, which one would you be and why?
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