Volleyball Freshman Orientation: Nele Barber
Aug 29, 2013
MILWAUKEE - Most college freshmen have enough on their plate in making the transition to college, let alone adjusting to life on a new continent and working one's way into an NCAA Division I women's volleyball roster. Such is task of Nele Barber, Marquette's latest foreign import from Berlin, Germany.
Barber's international volleyball experience with Germany has allowed her to travel the globe and experience different cultures.
Learn more about Barber and her interesting path to becoming a volleyball player.
GoMarquette.com: Why did you choose Marquette?
GoMU: What is your most embarrassing volleyball moment?
GoMU: What made you start playing volleyball?
GoMU: What are your proudest volleyball achievements to date?
GoMU: What do you plan on studying at Marquette and what are your career goals?
GoMU: What are you looking forward to most in college?
Barber: I want to play a successful season, make lots of new friends and have a nice time at college.
GoMU: What is something about you that nobody knows?
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: What was the last book you read?
GoMU: If you could be any animal, which one would you be and why?