Where Are They Now? Christy Panter
Nov. 29, 2007
SAN DIEGO - In celebration of Girls and Women in Sports Day, goaztecs.com will be catching up with former Aztecs to see where life has taken them after graduation. Christy Propstra Panter, a four-year letterwinner on the women's tennis team, has shared her experiences as a collegiate athlete and the successes she has achieved in life.
Christy was a valuable part of the Aztec tennis team, helping them to a top 20 ranking in 1993. Throughout her career, she recorded 46 singles victories and 37 doubles victories, while playing the No. 1 singles position during her junior and senior year. She was also a two-time all-conference performer and earned academic all-conference recognition for two seasons. After graduating from SDSU, she earned her master's degree at the University of San Francisco in family therapy, specializing in sports psychology. She was the co-author of the sports psychology workbook, Mind Gym, and worked as a counselor and therapist at San Diego Children's Hospital. In 2003 she became the assistant women's tennis coach at SDSU. After two years, she left the Aztec program to focus more on her family and continue in sports psychology counseling.
What made you choose to go to San Diego State?
What did it mean for you to be a part of the San Diego State athletic community?
Have you continued your sport after college?
What is your favorite part about your job?
What in your life makes you the most proud?
Do you feel that being an SDSU athlete contributed to your success in life?
How do you feel about being an SDSU alumni?
What is your best memory from SDSU athletics?
Do you keep in contact with you former teammates?
Anything interesting you would like to share about your life?