Meet the Athletes - Nov. 12, 2021

Caroline Glud Rasmussen and Robby Williams, Collin College Basketball, Fall 2021
Photos by SARA CARPENTER

Get to know your Collin College student athletes in this regular feature. This week, we meet members of the men's and women's basketball teams. 

Name: Caroline Glud Rasmussen
Hometown: Copenhagen, Denmark
Position: Guard/Forward
Plans/goals after graduation: I want to play basketball and make a living out of it. I would love to have the opportunity to play in different countries so I can explore the different cultures at the same time.
Other high schools/colleges/league teams played for: Falkonergaardens Gymnasium, Denmark
Favorite book: The Fault in Our Stars
Favorite movie: The Harry Potter series
Favorite quote: If you do not believe in yourself no one will do it for you. – Kobe Bryant
Who do you respect most in life and why? My mom and dad because they taught me everything I know, also they would do anything for me
What accomplishment are you most proud of? So far, it is getting the opportunity to play in the states here at Collin College and getting the opportunity to be a collegiate athlete. Also, it was to win the European Championship with the Danish National Team.
Why did you choose Collin College? I chose Collin College because it seemed to have a great atmosphere and also seemed to have athletic and academic programs designed for me.

Name: Robby Williams
Hometown: Charleston, West Virginia
Position: Point Guard
Plans/goals after graduation: Graduate from a four-year university with a degree in business
Previous school: Marshall University
Other high schools/colleges/league teams played for: Coastal Alabama Community College; Charleston Catholic High School
Favorite book: The Alchemist
Favorite movie: Grown Ups
Favorite quote: If you're afraid to fail, you're probably going to fail. – Kobe Bryant
Who do you respect most in life and why? My parents
What accomplishment are you most proud of? Playing college basketball on full scholarship
Why did you choose Collin College? It was an opportunity to play for a great program.