Senior’s final season as Cav

By Brittany Liberatore
April 14, 2005

Diana Frosch, third baseman for the Cavaliers, will be graduating from Cabrini this May with a degree in elementary education. She graduated from Interboro High School and entered Cabrini four years ago, mainly because of soccer, softball, and her major.

Frosch sometimes found it hard to balance her major with sports, especially softball. This year she is student teaching all throughout the season and sometimes she is faced with conflicting schedules. However, she does a good job of balancing school and sports. Frosch has learned a lot here at Cabrini by being an athlete.

The biggest thing she gained were different qualities that will help her after she graduates. Frosch said, “The many roles I have to take on as an athlete, a leader, and a friend as well as meshing with the various personalities on our team on and off the field helped me learn the most.” Frosch has enjoyed and still is enjoying being a Cabrini softball player.

She has a positive outlook on the 2005 season and she feels confident that the team will be as successful this season as in the past.

However, Frosch’s favorite season was during her junior year when the Cavaliers won PAC’s, beating Misericordia while only having eleven players. She will never forget the three PAC championships that the Softball team won, and she feels confident that she will graduate having won the championship every year of her college career.

When Frosch looks onto her summer after graduation she feels she will miss softball the most. She has played for sixteen years and will miss playing softball almost everyday because it is such a big part of her life. However, she will play for a summer softball team and plans on getting a coaching position to help keep softball in her life.

When asked if she is looking forward to graduation, Frosch said “Yes and No. Yes because I want to get a job and have my own classroom, but no because I’m going to miss playing sports.” It is clear that she cannot wait to begin her career as a teacher, but will always miss her years of being a college athlete.

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