Volleyball fact attack: What's your favorite childhood television show?
Throughout the 2006 season, the Texas Volleyball team will answer some questions posed by TexasSports.com, allowing fans some insight into the unique individuals that make up the eighth-ranked Longhorns. This week the players reveal their favorite childhood television shows.
Michelle Moriarty: My favorite shows were "Eureka's Castle" and "Winnie the Pooh."
Lauren Paolini: I used to watch "Captain Planet" and "Ghostwriter." I didn't have cable so it was kind of limited. I also really like "Magic School Bus."
Jenny Andrew: I liked "He-Man," "David and the Gnome" and "Inspector Gadget."
Jen Christian: My favorite was "Reading Rainbow" because I loved the adventures that they went on. I also liked watching the books fly out towards your face.
Alyson Jennings: I would come home everyday after school and watch "Full House," "Family Matters" and "Saved by the Bell." I would never miss those.
Ashley Engle: My favorite was the "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" because I knew the whole rap song that plays at the beginning of the show.
RuthAnn Feist: When I was growing up, I remember always watching TGIF on Friday nights. They would have shows like "Boy Meets World" and "Sister, Sister." My favorite was "Boy Meets World," and I still watch it.
Heather Kisner: When I got home from school, my favorites were "Full House," "Step-by-Step" and "Boy Meets World."
Brandy Magee: "I would have to say my favorite was the "Mickey Mouse Club" because that's' where I found my first true love, Justin Timberlake.
Kiley Hall: I liked "Mr. Roger's Neighborhood." My favorite part was when he took his sweater and shoes off and sang at the end.
Assistant Coach Tanya Johnson: I liked "Good Times."