I hear ya Dino,
after talking with my parents and close friends, I don't really think there is a scenario that will come up preventing me from attending where I want to go, even if debt becomes an issue.
Baseball + the school i want is perfect.
And if I don't take it, I'd always ask what if. I've done four years of work that is reflected on my college app, and admissions is pretty much out of my hands at this point.
If things go how I'd like, i'd say there's a high chance that's where I'll end up.
Just my thoughts, quite frankly due to the feel I got from the coach and prestige of the school, in terms of facilities and quality of the program, I've come to feel that JH is on a tier totally different from what I people think of as D3. I was pretty impressed.
Shoot for the stars man, good thigns will happen.
I've faded from the kinesiology major a fair bit. For one, i've talked to a couple Strength and Conditioning Coaches, and their majors weren't in the field, they just made sure to take courses like anatomy and such (which would be available to me at any good science school). Also, I don't know that I want to mix my hobby with my work.
Finally, I feel like the ceiling for earning and success and quite a bit lower than what I could do with engineering or maybe business.
That being said, if I end up at William and Mary, it's looking like club ball for me so I would strongly consider a double major in business and kineseology.
I still consider it an option, and am actually creating my own gym business for my semester long project in my entrenpreneurship class.
We'll see. I'm probably going to let where I end up decide my major for sure, because I've got 8 million things I'm considering when looking at schools haha.
Great Dynamic Lower body and Max upper body sessions the last couple of days.
Feeling like I will play varsity college ball has really refueled the fire.
I've discussed some mechanical things with LankyLefty and realize there is a number of things I need to improve.
Most specifically, i've become extremely linear in my motion and need to fix that.
It's my senior year and I really want to be able to track myself and see what mechanical changes are doing for my pitching.
That being said, I've invested in a used Jugs gun, landed it for a pretty solid price. I figure that as long as I keep it in good condition, it should hold it's value pretty well and I can get most all my money back in say a year from now if I no longer feel that owning it is warranted.
Hopefully being able to specifically see progress and also how mechanical changes affect velocity, I can manage to achieve some furthered success and maybe a decent velocity spurt before the spring.
The outlook is bright.