Volleyball Freshman Orientation: Lauren Houg
Sep 5, 2013
MILWAUKEE - Freshmen Lauren Houg joins Marquette as a defensive specialist, and she has a lot to live up to. Eventually undertaking the task of replacing seniors in the likes of Julie Jeziorowski, Catherine Mayer, and Rachel Stier is no easy feat.
Averaging 6.6 digs per set at Wayzata High School during her final two seasons, Houg finished her high school career with 1,428 digs leading her to first team AAA all-state honors as a senior. The Plymouth, Minn. native has big shoes to fill as she joins the Marquette's women's volleyball program.
Learn more about Houg and her path to signing with Marquette:
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 do you plan on studying at Marquette?/What are your career goals?
GoMU: What are you looking forward to most in college?
Houg: I am looking forward to being part of a championship team and meeting tons of great people!
GoMU: What made you start playing volleyball?
GoMU: What is your biggest pet peeve?
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 choose and why?