This past spring Bodie Sheehan (’19) received his second degree from William & Mary, a Master of Science in Business Analytics. Sheehan leaves the MSBA program, consisting of a ten-month, 30 credit curriculum, with a consulting position at Deloitte. Just one year ago, he received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, graduating summa cum laude. He also departs William & Mary a highly accomplished athlete, serving as starting pitcher of the baseball team for four years.
In his four years as a student-athlete at William & Mary, Sheehan made great accomplishments both on and off the field. A graduate of First Colonial High School in Virginia Beach, Sheehan came to William & Mary with numerous high school credits and a desire to pitch for William & Mary’s baseball team. As a freshman, Sheehan’s skill earned him a position as starting pitcher. Sheehan likewise worked diligently toward a Finance major and was accepted into the Raymond A. Mason School of Business a year early.
For the next two years, Sheehan was a key member of the baseball team. He continued to pitch well and finished his three-year undergraduate career with a 13-18 record, as well as a 4.70 ERA. Sheehan remained on the team as he began the MSBA program. By the end of the 2019 season, he finished with a 5-2 record and a 2.26 ERA, one of the best among the Colonial Athletic Association starting pitchers.
Sheehan leaves William & Mary not only with two degrees, but also a school record of 58 games started. This record tops off his injury-free and successful career at William & Mary. As for the future, Sheehan says, “I believe the experience I gained from working in teams, not only on the baseball field but in the MSBA program, will be crucial to my success.” Sheehan plans to utilize these team-building skills as he begins his career as a Risk and Financial Advisory Consultant at Deloitte.