Desiree Anderson credentials:
The Indians senior outside/middle hitter recorded 19 kills and 23 digs in two-set road victories over Joliet Catholic Academy and Plainfield North.
Herald-News sportswriter Curt Herron talked with her.
Herron: What do like most about your team?
Anderson: I like that we're all close with each other since we've all been playing together for awhile. We've really bonded and come together as a team.
Herron: What do like most about competing for Minooka?
Anderson: I love Minooka. I feel like it's really competitive, even in practices since coaches (Carrie) Prosek and (Emily) Brown are always pushing us to be the best that we can be.
Herron: What do you like most about playing volleyball?
Anderson: I feel like volleyball is one of those sports where you're always moving and in the play. It's really fast-paced so you don't have time to look back, you have to keep pushing.
Herron: What do you want to do in the future?
Anderson: I'm committed to the University of St. Francis and looking forward to playing there.
Herron: What's your favorite TV show?
Anderson: The One Hundred.
Herron: What's your favorite movie?
Anderson: The Lion King, the new one that just came out.
Herron: What's your favorite music?
Anderson: I like all genres except for country.
Herron: What do you like to do in your free time?
Anderson: I like to read and I read a lot.
Herron: Who's someone that you'd like to meet?
Herron: Who's your favorite team and athlete?
Anderson: I guess I'll go with the Bears. And LeBron James.
Herron: What's your favorite place that you've visited?
Anderson: Las Vegas, because it was kind of crazy.
Herron: What's your favorite food and place to eat?
Anderson: French toast. And Cracker Barrel.
Herron: Do you have any pets?
Anderson: I have three rescue dogs, Rylee, Alexis and Bella.