Los Fresnos News

Senior spotlight: Allan Lozano

School: Los Fresnos
Sport: Baseball

When did you start playing baseball? I started playing tee ball when I was 4 and continued to play baseball since then.

What position do you play? Anywhere in the outfield, but primarily left field.

What do you like most about baseball? The life lessons it provides and the joy/excitement I share with my teammates.

What is the strongest part of your game? I’d say my strongest part is understanding the game well and knowing what to do in certain situations.

Do you play any other sports? I played other sports in middle school like basketball and football, but I focused on baseball in high school.

If you could only play one sport, which would it be? Baseball.

What are you currently doing to stay active? Home body-weight workouts with some added weight.

Who is your favorite professional athlete? Tim Anderson (Shortstop for the Chicago White Sox).

What is your favorite sports team? The Texas Rangers.

What is your favorite food? Anything with chicken in it.

What is your favorite movie? “A Bronx Tale” (starring Robert De Niro).

What is your favorite book? “The American Pageant: A History of the American People.”

If you could live in any city in the world, where would that be? Westchester, New York.

If you could have dinner with a famous person, past or present, who would that be? Jesus Christ.

What is something most people don’t know about you? I enjoy meditation.

What is your favorite subject in school? History.

Do you plan on going to college? I plan on getting my bachelor’s at UTRGV and then transfer to the University of Connecticut.

What do you want to major in? Physical therapy.

What would you like to do in the future? Become a physical therapist/strength coach for a professional sports team.

Talk a little bit about what it’s been like having to endure this break. It’s been tough and boring since I don’t get to go out with my friends or just go to school in general.

How do you feel about the entire season being unfortunately cancelled? It’s really an unfortunate turn of events and I never imagined that this is how I would stop playing the game I’ve loved my whole life. But I’m glad for the memories I got to make with my teammates and coaches.

What have you learned from having to deal with this unprecedented experience? Don’t take anything for granted and cherish every moment. Also how to deal with adversity and stay mentally strong.