Four years may seem like a lifetime for some people, but for others it seems to go by too fast here at Virginia Wesleyan University. In those four, years students change and go through life experiences that will leave a lasting impression on them forever. Brandon Kussmaull is just one of the many seniors here at Virginia Wesleyan University that has had an impressionable four years.
Brandon is a local from Virginia Beach, Virginia who was part of the graduating class of 2014 at Landstown High School, where he played baseball for them and carried that passion here at Virginia Wesleyan University. Kussmaul is a Recreation and leisure major who is focusing on the route to a therapeutic recreation orientated career and minoring in psychology. Kussmaul has also considered joining the local fire department after graduation.
Q: What was the main reason why you chose to come to VWU?
A: Chose VWU because I really wanted to play baseball for the school, be around some of my lifelong friends, and further my education somewhere close to home.
Q: What is your favorite part of being a VWU Marlin?
A: My favorite part of being a VWU Marlin is being a part of the baseball organization as well as the close relationships I have built with many professors on our campus.
Q: What advice would you give freshmen about their remaining years at VWU?
A: I would like to tell all the freshmen to enjoy their time here regardless of their situation. Four years has truly gone by extremely fast and they have been some of the best years of my life. Make the most of everything you get involved in and have fun before you blink and you’re graduating.
Q: What is your favorite VWU memory from your four years of being a student?
A: Winning the ODAC baseball tournament in 2018.