Curt Rallo | February 18, 2015
Whether he is digging into the batter's box at the University of Notre Dame's Frank Eck Stadium, coiled to make contact with a 95-mile-an-hour fastball or standing on stage at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, poised to deliver lines in Luigi Pirandello's classic, "Six Characters in Search of an Author," senior baseball player Phil Mosey has been able to pursue his dreams thanks to a collaborative Notre Dame effort.
Mosey has emerged as a Notre Dame Renaissance man. He plays third base for the Irish. He took to the stage last fall and has been doing radio, interned in film and television and even done improvisation at Chicago's storied Second City comedy club. He has also written scripts for plays and television.
Starting out at Notre Dame, a career in the entertainment field wasn't in the picture for Mosey.
"I started in the business school," Mosey said. "I thought I wanted to do marketing, something creative through business."