Spring Athletics Roundup: Baseball & Softball

“In like a lion out like a lamb” wouldn’t be the phrase Wentworth Admissions would use to describe the month of March this year.  With highs nearing 18 degrees the “spring” breezes have been less than mild, but that hasn’t stopped our spring athletes from taking to the field and giving it their all. Hear from four current Leopards about  highlights from this season and their advice for prospective student athletes.

 

robby_sheldon15Robby Sheldon of Dover, NH is a Biomedical Engineering major. Robby enjoyed watching the success of the men’s basketball team this winter (who made it to the CCC championship and went 14 and 14 for the season).  His advice for prospective students thinking of participating in athletics at Wentworth? “Try out. Get involved. It is a great experience and you meet a lot of great people. Balancing schoolwork with athletics is more of a challenge but it makes you a better person in the long run.”

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Megan Berryman, a Mechanical Engineering major from Middleboro, MA, enjoys having the ability to continue playing a sport that she loves while furthering her education.  Her highlight of the season—”Bonding with my teammates during spring break in Fort Myers, FL. It’s a huge benefit to have many friends [on the Softball team] in different majors all over campus.”

 

 

 

 

tyler_weninger15Tyler Weninger is a Civil Engineering major from Chandler, AZ. He thinks the baseball team has the potential to make a deep run this year. He recommends that prospective student athletes not hold themselves back from playing a sport because they think it will interfere with school. He notes, “Playing a sport has kept me organized and on task more than I have ever been. Having practices and games makes me want to finish all my homework and studying beforehand so I can solely focus on baseball when I step on the field.”

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Hailing from Fremont, NH, Vanessa Weymouth is a Biomedical Engineering major. She recommends that prospective student athletes stay “determined and dedicated to both academic and athletic pursuits.” She notes, “the team has improved a lot compared to last year and we have a solid group of dedicated girls.”

 

 

 

 

 We wish Leopards Baseball & Softball continued success during the 2015 season. Track their records below.

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