From the ominous tones of heavy metalers Five Finger Death Punch to the more uplifting, kneeslappin’ 1980s country group Alabama, the West Virginia University baseball team has quite the eclectic taste in music.
There’s even a Justin Beiber fan on the squad (not that there’s anything wrong with that).
Whether walk-up songs play a part in an athlete’s actual performance remains to be seen. We still grabbed the list of entrance songs for the 2018 squad.
Used to energize players, a walk-up song can be identifiable with whichever player is up to bat.
Here's the list:
Jimmy Galusky: "Dixieland Delight" by Alabama
Shane Ennis: "Loud and Heavy" by Cody Jinks
Dillon Meadows: "Midnight Train to Memphis" by Chris Stapleton
Chase Illig: "Roots" by Zac Brown Band
Nick Denicola: "Body Like A Back Road" by Sam Hunt
Andrew Zitel: "They Don't Know" by Jason Aldean
Riley Troutt: "Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani
Jacob Potock: "Bom Bidi Bom" by Nick Jonas and Nicki Minaj
Alex Manoah: "Baby" by Justin Bieber
Christian Young: "Champions" by Kanye West
Kevin Brophy: "God's Plan" by Drake
Cody Wood: "Black Betty" by Ram Jam
Ivan Gonzalez: "Ella Me Levanto" by Daddy Yankee
Sam Kessler: "Danza Kuduro" by Don Omar
B.J. Myers: "Wrong Side of Heaven" by Five Finger Death Punch
Brandon White (pictured above): "Revolution" by Kirk Franklin