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Q&A with Buhler’s Faith Miller – Athlete Spotlight – Presented by Allen Samuels

Buhler softball player Faith Miller spoke to VYPE in a recent interview.

VYPE: What are your personal goals for the year?

Personal goals for this softball year are to be a teammate that the younger players can depend on, play with confidence and improve each game.

VYPE: What is your favorite athletic memory?

My favorite softball memory is when one of my teammates last year ran straight into a fence trying to catch a fly ball.

VYPE: What teammate has left the biggest impression on you and why?

Emmie Stallman has left the biggest impression on me because we have been together for 3 years and can always depend on each other. She is always communicating on the field and picking me up when I’m down on myself.

VYPE: What is your favorite part of being on this team?

My favorite part of being part of this team is that we are like a family. We are always there for each other and celebrate each other’s great plays no matter if we are having a bad game or not. 

VYPE: Do you participate in any community service projects?

I am currently making lap for the residents at the nursing home in Buhler. I have also been a part of a Christmas Store that helps families and siblings help “shop” from items that have been donated and then wrap the item.

VYPE: What clubs or campus groups are you involved with and why?

I am a three sport athlete (tennis, basketball, and softball) and am in National Honors Society.


VYPE: What has your sport taught you that you use in your daily life?

Softball has taught me to never give up no matter how hard it gets. Softball is a game of failure. No one has a perfect game or never makes a mistake. After making an error you just have to move on and get the next play. It was difficult to overcome the fact I would make many mistakes but learned how to move to the next play just like how life is.


VYPE: What is the best advice that anyone has given you?

The best advice I have been given was from one of my pastors. He told me to instead of saying “I have to” say “I get to” when doing something. It changed my perspective on life for the better.

VYPE: Who inspires you and why?

My mom inspires me because no matter what obstacles she faces, she always fights through them. She is so strong and has a huge impact on who I have become as a person. My coaches have pushed me to be the best player I could be and I will forever be grateful for the time I have spent with them.

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