Meet the Athlete: Noah Teeter

Published 2:46 pm Friday, April 5, 2024

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Noah Teeter has played golf his whole life. His father, mother and brother all play as well. Photo courtesy Laura Mae Murtaugh

Teeter hopes to make it to state as an individual this year

Q: What grade are you in?
A: 10th grade

Q: What town do you live in, and which school do you attend?
A: Albert Lea, Albert Lea High School

Q: Who is your immediate family?
A: Dad, Donnie; mom, Angie; brother, Drew

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Q: Which sports do you play?
A: Golf, basketball and football

Q: What is your favorite part of playing your sport?
A: Bonding with my teammates and getting better

Q: What has playing that sport taught you?
A: Playing sports has taught me to never give up and keep setting goals.

Q: What’s your favorite sports memory?
A: The bus rides after golf meets

Q: How did you get started in your sport?
A: I have golfed my entire life. My dad runs a golf course so I grew up golfing with my family

Q: What sports did your family members play?
A: My dad played golf and basketball. My mom played golf, basketball and volleyball. My brother played golf and basketball

Q: What are your sports-related achievements?
A: Lettering as a freshman in all three of my sports

Q: What are your
sports-related goals?
A: One goal in golf is to make it to state as an individual and as a team

Q: Who is your favorite professional athlete? Why?
A: Rickie Fowler because I like his attitude and his story

Q: What are your college plans? Major?
A: I want to play golf in college and/or major in professional golf management

Q: What is your favorite school subject?
A: History

Q: Who is your favorite teacher?
A: Mr. Jeffery

Q: What are your hobbies?
A: Golfing and hanging out with friends

Q: What is your dream job?
A: Being a PGA pro or running my own golf course

Q: What is your favorite TV show?
A: I don’t really have one. I prefer watching live sports

Q: What is an interesting fact about you?
A: I was born in Des Moines but I have never lived there