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Q&A with Bartlesville’s Brenden Asher – Presented by Keller Williams Realty

VYPE: What are your personal goals for the year?
Brenden: My personal goals for this year are to keep progressing in baseball and do everything I can to
get better.

VYPE: What is the most fun you have had in the last year?
Brenden: The most fun I’ve had in the last year is going to a tournament in gulf shores during spring break.

VYPE: Who is your favorite teacher from any grade, and why?
Brenden: My favorite teacher I’ve ever had is Mrs. Dietz she was always nice to me as a kid and still comes to all of my baseball games that she can.

VYPE: What is your favorite athletic memory?
Brenden: My favorite athletic memory is all of the trips I’ve got to make with my teammates for tournaments and games.

VYPE: What teammate has left the biggest impression on you and why?
Brenden: The teammate that has made the biggest impact on me is Jakob Hall. He kind of took me under his wing when I came in as a freshman and he would always go get extra work in with me if I asked and that has caused us to be good friends even outside of baseball.

VYPE: What is your favorite part of being on this team?
Brenden: My favorite part of being on a team is knowing I have a group of guys that have my back no matter what and we’re all just a big family that gets to go out and compete together.

VYPE: You can pick any place for a summer vacation. Where do you go, and who do you take with you?
Brenden: If I could go anywhere this summer it would probably be a fishing trip down in Texas with several buddies.

VYPE: If we gave you $500 and you had to spend it in the next 24 hours, what would you spend it on?
Brenden: If I had $500 to spend in the next 24 hours I would go buy a new pitching glove and then spend the rest on fishing stuff.

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