Nicolet National Bank Senior Spotlight: Jenna Pinter, Amherst soccer
By Jordon Lawrenz
Jenna Pinter is a senior at Amherst High School, playing the final soccer season of her high school career.
Pinter is seen as one of the leaders of the Falcons, showing it on and off the soccer field.
Upon graduating, Pinter plans on staying in Wisconsin to pursue higher education.
Here is more on the Amherst senior:
When did you begin playing soccer?
“All of my siblings played soccer, and I used to watch them and imitate them on the sidelines when I was about three, but I started to play at age five in a REC soccer league.”
Did you play any other sports in high school or throughout your life?
“I was very active in my childhood playing volleyball, basketball, dance, bowling, gymnastics and soccer.”
Are you excited about the Women’s World Cup this summer? Do you have a favorite player?
“There are too many of them to choose my favorite but I am very excited for the Women’s World Cup because all of them inspire me to keep trying my hardest.”
What are your plans for college?
“I am going to attend UW-Stevens Point and major in graphic design.”
What is your dream job and location to live in?
“My dream job would be a graphic designer in a big city.”
What’s been your favorite vacation you’ve ever been on?
“When I was three, my family went to DisneyLand. My favorite show at the time was Mickey Mouse, and I had on a matching jacket and pants with Mickey’s face. My mom and I stood in line all day to meet Mickey Mouse and play in Minnie’s house. It was my favorite vacation because it made my dream come true at the time.”
What other places or things are on your bucket list?
“My bucket list includes traveling out of the country and going bungee jumping.”
What are you going to miss most about high school?
“I’m going to miss the connections I have made with so many new people these past few years and all of the teachers that have worked with me every day and given me confidence in myself and pushed me to do much more than I thought I could.”