One moment can change a life. One play can change a career. It was a home game and the Owls were up by one in the bottom of the third inning. Owls third baseman Logan Suggs had advanced to second base. With no pick-off move, the pitch was delivered to the plate. Suggs was already on the way to third base. The ball was hit to the absolute worse place.
Dan Duston lost both of his parents to cancer. So when he and his wife Carisa learned that their only child was diagnosed with a rare kidney cancer, the couple couldn’t help but be burdened with the initial fear and sadness of losing their daughter too.
John McGee is focused on making the most of every opportunity. That’s why the Owls junior agrees when asked if he is making up for lost time. From McGee’s perspective, his past experiences have shown him the importance of doing what he needs to do in the classroom to succeed on the field and abroad.