Every Wednesday, the West Virginia Wesleyan Sports Information Department will do a segment entitled "15 Questions With…" with a current student-athlete.
This week's student-athlete is Michael Logsdon, a senior first baseman from from Bridgeport, W. Va.
1. What sport do you play?
2. What is your favorite athletic moment at Wesleyan?
My favorite moment was clinching a spot in the conference tournament my junior season.
3. Describe your toughest practice at Wesleyan?
My toughest practice was my sophomore year when we conditioned for three straight hours.
4. What is your favorite saying from your head coach?
"Be an athlete." - Coach Ripley
5. What was or is the favorite class you have taken at Wesleyan, what year was it and who taught the class?
My favorite class was my first Philosophy seminar class in spring 2014 with Professor Robert Hull.
6. What is your favorite thing about Wesleyan?
My favorite thing about Wesleyan is the small school atmosphere.
7. What was your initial thoughts of Buckhannon when you arrived as a freshman?
My original thoughts were this is a very unique and intriguing small town.
8. What is your greatest strength? Weakness?
My greatest strength is my mental toughness and perseverance. My greatest weakness is I always have to stay busy and feel like I'm doing something, even when I need to take time off, I don't.
9. Who is your hero? And Why?
My hero is my grandfather because of all the adversity he has faced in his life and overcome. I strive to be half that man that he is.
10. What question do you hate to answer?
I hate when I get asked "Are we there yet?"
11. What is your favorite food?
Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich
12. What is your favorite restaurant in the entire world?
River City Cafe
13. Favorite vacation spot?
Hammocks Beach State Park, North Carolina
14. What is the worst movie you have ever seen? The best movie you have ever seen?
The worst movie would be Sharknado and the best is Miracle.
15. What advice you would give to freshmen on your team?
My advice would to be to stayed focus and never be satisfied with where you are, you can always get better.