A Cav’s perspective: Jess Giordano

By Staff Writer
April 20, 2016

I got started with softball by the time I was just 7-years-old but I suppose at that time it was considered tee ball. 12 years later here I am still playing.

I never wanted to be a pitcher but a catcher. My dad told me we were going to a catching lesson; he lied. He wanted me to pitch so we ended up at my very first pitching lesson and the rest is history.

I played travel ball for years and as those years went on my love for the sport only grew fonder. Before I knew it I was looking for a potential college career on a softball team.

Being a student-athlete is not easy but so worth it. I have met lifelong friends and companions. I would rather stay awake until 3 o’clock in the morning doing an assignment after games than be in bed because I’m making memories to last a lifetime.

I love this sport, I love the friends it has brought me along the way and I wouldn’t  change my experience for anything in the world.

Staff Writer

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