Wisconsin Rapids graduate and student-athlete Brennan Huber, A Closer Look: Pancakes or Pancakes?
University of Wisconsin Rapids graduate and multi-sport athlete Brennan Huber is headed to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, where he will play baseball for the Pointers. We caught up with Huber to get an inside look at the Raider-turned-Pointer, with our world-famous interview, “Pancakes or Waffles?” Read on to get the inside scoop…
Hooper: The gym, because I can be active.
center: What are your hobbies?
Hooper: Baseball, lifting, and Pokemon Go
center: Who is/was your first favorite teacher and why?
Hooper: Maybe Mr. Piolo because he didn’t make me do anything on match days.
center: What is the most unusual food you have eaten?
Hooper: I once ate a John Russell steak and fry pizza. It tasted very interesting.
center: What is your favorite music to listen to?
Hooper: The Lumineers
center: What are your plans after high school?
Hooper: I’m going to UWSP for baseball
center: If they made a movie about you and your life, what would it be called?
Hooper: The Life of Brennan Hopper
center: What sports did you play throughout your high school career?
Hooper: Basketball, football, baseball
center: Who’s the teammate you wouldn’t want to be stranded on a deserted island with?
Hooper: Samuel Scheidegger…
center: What are some of the most memorable moments you have experienced as an athlete?
Hooper: Keagan Christy runs block during 2-point conversions
center: Who are your favorite athletes and/or teams?
Hooper: Cincinnati Bengals and Juan Soto
center: What do you enjoy most about competing in front of family, friends and fans?
Hooper: I love being able to represent them when I’m on the field. Knowing that I have their support makes exercising easier Much easier and more useful.
center: Do you have a funny or unusual moment(s) you’ve experienced in sports?
Hooper: Watch Keagan Christy run the block during 2-point conversions
center: What is the best thing about being a student-athlete?
Hooper: Make friends for life
center: What words of wisdom can you offer other student-athletes?
Hooper: Lift weights and study hard
center: Finally, pancakes or pancakes?
Hooper: Pancakes, easy.