Athlete profile: Allie Franzen
Major: Non-Profit Administration with an emphasis in Intercultural studies
Soccer #: 14
Q: What’s your first memory of wanting to play sports?
A: I remember when I was younger wanting to play sports, specifically soccer, because my older brother Josh played, and he scored a goal in one of his games, and I thought it was pretty cool.
Q: If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
A: If I could change one thing in the world it would be to permanently end world hunger. Also, to get rid of mosquitos and gnats.
Q: What cereal best describes you as a person?
A: Cinnamon Life, because I just love living life on the edge.
Q: If you weren’t playing soccer, what would you be doing instead with your free time?
A: If I was not playing soccer I think I would play a lot more intramural sports. I would also try and get a badminton league set up.
Q: What’s the best thing to happen to you since you started going to Northwestern?
A: The best thing that happened since I have come to Northwestern was joining soccer. I absolutely love my team and love all of the friendships that have come from it. Through my teammates, I have been able to see examples of what true godly women are and have been strengthened and encouraged in my walk with Christ.