Q&A with TCU track student-athlete Nathandra John
Oct. 21, 2005
FT. WORTH, Texas - In her first season of competition at TCU, sophomore Nathandra John made an immediate impact to the Horned Frog women's track and field team. John, who transferred from Paul Quinn College in January of 2005, garnered All-American honors after finishing sixth at the NCAA Regionals to advance to the NCAA National Championships for her first-ever trip.
A native of St. Kitts Nevis in the Carribean, John anchored the winning 4x400 relay team at the 2005 Conference USA Championships in May. In addition, she placed third in the 400 meters at the conference meet. For her efforts during the 2005 season, she picked up her first league recognition as C-USA Athlete of the Week.
Below are a list of questions and answers from John.
Q. What has been your biggest accomplishment so far?
Q. How did it feel to compete at the NCAA National Championships this past summer?
Q. What do you like best about TCU and Fort Worth, Texas?
Q. Do you think there will be any differences between competing in Conference USA and the Mountain West Conference?
Q. What have your learned so far from head coach Darryl Anderson?
Q. What is the best advice someone has given you?