As finals approach, there is a tense feeling in the air around campus. People are rushed, the library is crowded, everyone is trying to turn in their last piece of work for the fall semester. Finals are tough on everyone, everyone wants to get them over with, but no one wants to take them.
This fall has been a success in many different ways for me personally. First of all, my classes have been the most interesting I have had in all of school. Baseball this fall went incredible, I came back in shape from the summer and ready to get after it. That paid off tremendously in my advantage.
As I prepare for finals I try to do what my dad always taught me, “slow the game down.” Ever since I was a little kid, he would tell me to slow the game down in everything I do, whether it be sports, school, work, ect. I think that quote has got me where I am today in life, getting an education and playing division 1 baseball for a great program.