Monica Miller | February 18, 2016
He played two sports at the University of Notre Dame, punting for the football team and high-jumping in track and field. He juggled two majors, theology and sociology. When time allowed, he also played guitar and sang at ecumenical faith gatherings on the South Bend, Indiana, campus.
That frenzied pace of life could have left Hunter Smith bleary-eyed and exhausted. It didn’t. Instead, combined with valuable lessons about time management he learned as a student-athlete, it propelled Smith to prosperity as a professional athlete and musician and to success as a husband and father.