GoDuke.com: What do you have DVR'd?
Esther Vermeer: "Modern Family" is pretty much the only TV show I watch.
GoDuke.com: Do you have any embarrassing music on your iPod?
EV: The Disney songs that my little sister listens to.
GoDuke.com: What is your favorite movie?
EV: "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" or "The Italian Job".
GoDuke.com: What is on your bucket list?
EV: Going to New Zealand and learning how to surf.
GoDuke.com: What is your favorite home-cooked meal?
EV: My dad's Sunday soup that he makes.
GoDuke.com: What has been your favorite class at Duke?
EV: Principles of Animal Physiology. We got to do really cool labs. We got to learn VO2 max, which is interesting because it's so relatable.
GoDuke.com: What has been your toughest class at Duke?
EV: Principles of Animal Physiology or Organic Chemistry.
GoDuke.com: Can you cook? If so, what are you good at making?
EV: No. My roommate can cook really well, so I clean dishes.
GoDuke.com: Who is your dream date?
EV: Andy Roddick.
GoDuke.com: What is your worst habit?
EV: I bite my nails.
GoDuke.com: What was your first car?
EV: I've never owned a car, but the first one I learned how to drive was one of those GMC Savana 12-passenger vans.
GoDuke.com: I wish I knew how to ______.
EV: Cook or surf.
GoDuke.com: What is your favorite restaurant in Durham?
GoDuke.com: Who would you want to play you in a movie?
EV: Why would they want to make a movie about me? [laughs] Kate Hudson.
GoDuke.com: Who would you trade places with for a day?
EV: Usain Bolt.
GoDuke.com: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
EV: Hopefully married with kids and a successful job. Hopefully still running - if not competitively, then at least for fun.
GoDuke.com: Who has had the most impact on your life?
EV: My parents. They taught me a lot of good morals and I grew up pretty well. They made it possible for me to be here and they've always supported me.
GoDuke.com: Describe Coach Jermyn in one word.
GoDuke.com: What is the biggest obstacle you've had to overcome athletically?
EV: I've had it pretty good at Duke and in high school. I guess just the transition between high school and college - coming to a new place, being far away from home, getting used to the weather. That's a pretty big obstacle here - getting used to the hot weather.