Auburndale Student-Athlete Kaitlyn Kundinger

Auburndale (OnFocus) – Auburndale’s Kaitlyn Kundinger is a three sport athlete for the Eagles, excelling in volleyball, basketball and softball.

Learn about the Auburdale student-athlete with our famous interview, ‘Pancakes or Waffles?’

OnFocus: What classes are you taking this year?

Kundinger: I am taking Personal Finance, College Algebra, College Freshman and Sophomore English, Intro to Human Services, Intro to Sociology, Intro to Psychology, and Individual/Dual Sports.

OnFocus: What is your favorite class?

Kundinger: My favorite class is Psychology.

OnFocus: What’s the best thing about being a student-athlete at Auburndale?

Kundinger: The support from our community, the friendships you make with your teammates, and the coaches who put in so many hours to help us play to our greatest potential.

OnFocus: What are your hobbies?

Kundinger: Hunting, fishing, hiking, and watching Netflix.

OnFocus: Who is/was your favorite teacher?

Kundinger: Ms. Batien.

OnFocus: What is the most unusual food you have eaten?

Kundinger:
Clam strips.

OnFocus: What is your favorite music to listen to?

Kundinger: Country.

OnFocus: What are your plans after high school?

Kundinger: I plan to attend UW-Stevens Point to major in Social Work.

OnFocus: If they made a movie about you, and your life,  what would it be called?

Kundinger: ‘Fun with Frank’ 😉

OnFocus: What sports do you play?

Kundinger: Volleyball, basketball, and softball.

OnFocus: Which teammate would you not want to be stranded with on a deserted island?

Kundinger:
Georgi; everything would be funny and she can’t swim very well.

OnFocus: What is your most memorable moment as an athlete?

Kundinger: Being co-conference champs my senior year of basketball.

OnFocus: Who is your favorite athlete?

Kundinger: Molly Haggerty.

OnFocus: What do you enjoy most about playing home games?

Kundinger:
The atmosphere of having so many of our fans coming to cheer us on.

OnFocus: What’s the best thing about being a student-athlete at Auburndale?

Kundinger: The support from our community, the friendships you make with your teammates, and the coaches who put in so many hours to help us play to our greatest potential.

OnFocus: What words of wisdom can you give to other student-athletes?

Kundinger: The extra hours in the gym are always worth it. Never take a season for granted, highschool seems to fly right by.

OnFocus: Lastly, pancakes or waffles?

Kundinger: Waffles for sure!

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David Keech
Author: David Keech

David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]