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Tulsa Alumnus Inducted into HS Sports Hall of Fame

Published on: October 2, 2019

By Olivia Indelicato James D. “Jim” Miller (Mu–Tulsa ’63) was inducted into the Edison High School Hall of Fame as a Distinguished Alumni at the first annual Edison Prep Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony on September 11, 2019. Jim is one of three inaugural inductees, alongside former Tulsa mayor Susan Savage, and Spencer Tillman, a current…

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Arkansas State Alumnus in to High School Sports Hall of Fame

Published on: October 1, 2019

Russell R. “Bo” Gamblin II (Delta Eta–Arkansas State ’90) was inducted into the Rector High School (Arkansas) Sports Hall of Fame as members of the class of 2019, at the annual RHSSHOF luncheon on Saturday, August 31st. Bo was a two-sport athlete at Clay County Central 1986 through 1989.  He lettered in football three (3)…

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“Transformational Coach” as Described by EMissourian.com

Published on: October 1, 2019

Justin M. Grahl (Alpha Eta–Westminster ’10) made headlines this summer in the eMissourian.com for being named head football coach at Union High School in Union, MO. Described in the publication as a “transformational coach” with “a proven record of putting student-athletes first,” Grahl has served as an assistant football coach at Union since 2016. He also…

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Texans Draft A&M’s 12th Man

Published on: June 22, 2019

A&M 12th Man Cullen Gillaspia selected in the seventh round by the Houston Texans By Olin Buchanan, TexAgs Cullen Gillaspia (Epsilon Delta–Texas A&M ’15), perhaps the best player to ever don Texas A&M’s 12th Man jersey, now will wear a Houston Texans jersey. The Texans chose Gillaspia on Saturday in the seventh round of the NFL…

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Westminster Alumnus Named Head Basketball Coach

Published on: June 21, 2019

Francis Howell North High School in St. Charles, MO, named Mark Wright (Alpha Eta–Westminster ’09) head boys’ basketball coach in May. Wright also serves as head boys’ golf coach at Francis Howell. In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Wright teaches U.S. History, AP Government, and Psychology. Wright says he is thrilled to lead the basketball…

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South Carolina KA Helps Lacrosse Team Win National Championship

Published on: June 14, 2019

On May 11, 2019 freshman Andrew Cooke (Rho–South Carolina ’18) and the South Carolina Gamecocks Club Lacrosse Team won the MCLA National Championship in Salt Lake City, Utah. The team knocked off the number one seed California 13-8 to win the national tournament. Their route to the National Championship included beating Santa Clara, Liberty, and…

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Support Leads to NC State to Win ACC Hockey Championship

Published on: April 7, 2019

Parker Szarek, a member of the North Carolina State University club hockey team as well as a member of the Kappa Alpha Order, won the ACC club hockey championship in February. His team also had a perfect regular season at 22-0. With this perfect season, the team traveled to Lynchburg, Virginia in early March to…

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International student-athlete Alexis Dimanche

Published on: March 15, 2019

Reposted Article Thinking Ahead: International student-athlete Alexis Dimanche ’20 is always planning for the future. by Meilee Bridges, Southwestern University Alexis S. Dimanche (Xi–Southwestern ’17) is truly a global citizen. An international student who was born in New Orleans, grew up in France, and moved to Texas to attend Southwestern, Alexis is a student–athlete, a leader of…

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Randolph-Macon Chapter Update: Winter 2019

Published on: January 29, 2019

This first fall back at R-MC, the Zeta Chapter impressed the school with our accomplishments. All Chapter Officers achieved a 3.0 or higher including our Number 7, Wyatt Boyer, who received a 4.13 gpa. Our overall chapter gpa was a 3.0. Brother Matthew Worthington (Number 8) and Brother Kyle Nason took position in the R-MC…

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FGCU Swings for Big MDA Donation

Published on: November 18, 2018

The men of Zeta Pi at Florida Gulf Coast University hosted a golf tournament on Saturday, September 29th that raised exactly $10,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the fifth year in a row for such a successful outing. Held at the Raptor Bay Golf Club in Bonita Springs, Florida, 25 teams played, with around only…

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