My TSU Experience: Whitney Ennis
Thursday, July 26, 2018
My TSU Experience: Whitney Ennis

Whitney Ennis played for three seasons after transferring in prior to her sophomore season. Ennis played in 95 games for Tennessee State, starting 86 as a catcher. During her senior season, the Bloomington, Ind. native recorded hits in six consecutive at bats which spanned three games.

Whitney graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts in Mass Communications from TSU in May. She shared her experience with tsutigers.com.

TSUTigers: Talk about your overall TSU experience.
A: I learned many valuable things I can take into life. I met many great people and lifelong friends.

TSUTigers: What do you love most about TSU?
A: The atmosphere of students and teachers. There is a lot of energy all throughout campus that’s very enjoyable.

TSUTigers: What will you miss most about TSU?
A: I will miss the teachers I had the opportunity to work with and going to school with my best friend (Kasey Cox).

TSUTigers: What is your most memorable moment in your sport at TSU?
A: Bus rides and hotel stays were some of my favorite memories. We would play games and have Roast Sessions along with getting to talk and know teammates.

TSUTigers: What is your most memorable non-sport moment at TSU?
A: Making numerous friends along the way.

TSUTigers: What are some accomplishments/goals that you reached at TSU?
A: Being one of the top students in the mass comm. Department (Magna Cum Laude)

TSUTigers: Do you have a favorite TSU fan/supporter? If so, who?
A: Jeremy (JP) Hall

TSUTigers: What advice would you give to incoming freshman?
A: Make the most of your time here because it definitely goes fast.

TSUTigers: What was your most challenging class at TSU?
A: Senior Projects

TSUTigers: Who was your favorite professor?
A: Ms. Morris / Dr. Likes

TSUTigers: What organizations were you a part of outside of your sport?
A: SAAC

TSUTigers: Who have been the most influential people to you at TSU?
A: Ms. Morris

TSUTigers: What’s next for you?
A: I plan to stay in Nashville and find a great job.

TSUTigers: Once you are an alumnus, how will you stay connected with TSU?
A: Come support the softball team and during homecoming.

TSUTigers: What do you know now that you didn’t know coming in as a freshman?
A: Enjoy every moment of college, the good and the bad, because it doesn’t last long.

TSUTigers: What have you learned at TSU that you will keep with you for the rest of your life?
A: I’ve learned to think outside the box and go for anything regardless what others think.

TSUTigers: Is there anything else that you would like to say to the TSU family?
A: Thank you for the continued support on and off the field! I’m a proud alum of TSU!!

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