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Sarah Fonk
Sarah Fonk

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Kenosha, Wis.

High School:
Westosha Central

Height:
5-7

Position:
UT

Bats/Throws:
R/R

High School: Four-year member of the varsity softball team at Westosha Central High School ... as a freshman named second team all-conference ... rookie of the year ... second team all-county ... as a sophomore named second team all-conference ... Milwaukee Journal All-Area Honorable Mention ... second team all-county ... as a junior named second team all-conference ... first team all-county ... Milwaukee Journal Sentinel All-Area ... as a senior team won Division 1 state title ... named all-state player of the year ... first team all-state ... WSN Softball Awards Pitcher of the year ... Milwaukee Journal Sentinel All-Area Player of the Year ... high school coach was Tom and Konnie Lampe ... three-year member of the varsity cross country team ... played for Wisconsin Lightning Fastpitch ... club coach was Scott Hermes ... vice president of junior and senior class

Personal: Parents are Art and Sandra ... has one sister, Elizabeth ... enjoys watching sports and hanging out with friends ... undecided major

Why Wisconsin?

"UW Madison is the perfect combination of academics, athletics and tradition. "

Off the Field with Sarah

One thing I absolutely have to do before I turn 40: I would like to road trip to Pasadena to see a Badger win!

Favorite quote:
"If your dreams don't scare you, they aren't big enough." -Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Most memorable softball achievement or favorite softball moment:
Winning High School State on Goodman field with my sister there with me.

What is your favorite movie line or scene?
I love the movie, The Sandlot, and my favorite scene in the movie is when Ham explains to Smalls about making a S'more.

If you were stranded on an island, which two teammates would you bring with you and why?
I would bring Chloe Miller because we would never be bored and I would bring Taylor Berry because she would keep us alive.

What does it mean to be a Badger?

"Being a Badger to me means taking pride in the W by working hard and forever cheering on the cardinal and white."



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