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FSU Pitcher Named Preseason All-American

Published on: January 25, 2018

Junior lefthander Tyler Holton (Gamma Eta–Florida State ’16) was named preseason All-Americans by D1Baseball.com. Tyler is one of five first-team pitchers. From Tallahassee, Tyler has also been named a first-team preseason All-American by Collegiate Baseball and a second-team selection of Perfect Game. According to Semionoles.com, “He enters 2018 after a standout sophomore season, finishing with…

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ULM Sophomore Earns Spot in College Bass Fishing National Championship

Published on: February 4, 2017

Spencer B. Lambert (Gamma Nu–Louisiana-Monroe ’15), along with teammate of Tyler Craig, placed second in the 2017 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Central Regional. The 3-day bass fishing tournament, held January 26-28 on Sam Rayburn Reservoir in East Texas, featured 115 college fishing teams who competed for a regional victory and a National Championship berth. Spencer…

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Landry Named Louisiana PGA Assistant Professional of the Year

Published on: December 7, 2016

Louisiana Assistant Professional of the Year has been awarded to Grant Landry (Gamma Nu–Louisiana-Monroe ’09), PGA Assistant Professional at Baton Rouge Country Club.

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Praises for California Football Documentary

Published on: November 30, 2016

Philip T. Schaaf (Alpha Xi–California ’84) wrote and directed Don’t Quit: The Joe Roth Story. The documentary traces the remarkable biography of the late All-American, Joe Roth, the best quarterback in college football in 1975 who privately battled cancer (melanoma) as a Heisman Trophy favorite in 1976. Don’t Quit: The Joe Roth Story received countless praises, and was…

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Ole Miss Kicker Makes Game-Changing Tackle Versus Georgia

Published on: November 10, 2016

Nathan T. Noble (Alpha Upsilon–Mississippi ’13), kicker for the Ole Miss Rebels, made a touchdown saving tackle during the football game versus Georgia. With Ole Miss up 17-0 from a D’Vaughn Pennamon touchdown run, Noble kicked-off for 40 yards to the Georgia 1-yard-line. Flanker Reggie Davis dances his way though the Ole Miss special teams for…

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Virginia Tech KAs Participate in Battle at Bristol Pregame Ceremony

Published on: September 12, 2016

Jimmy Stutz (Epsilon Eta–Virginia Tech ’15) and Stephen Pistoia (Epsilon Eta–Virginia Tech ’14) were part of the pregame at the Battle at Bristol this past Saturday. Pistoia was one of two Army cadets to carry the game ball out for VT, and Stutz was one of three cadets to be chosen to receive the flags from…

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Georgia Southern KA Participates in Annual Memorial Baseball Tournament

Published on: August 30, 2016

The Delta Theta Chapter at Georgia Southern participated in the 4th Annual Fireball 40 Baseball Tournament on Saturday, August 27, 2016. The tournament is held in honor of Cory Wilson (Delta Theta–Georgia Southern ’11) who passed away on January 17, 2013 as a result of a fatal heart arrhythmia. Regrettably, there was not an Automated External…

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Football Walk-on Awarded Texas A&M Scholarship

Published on: August 29, 2016

Hard work pays off! Cullen M. Gillaspia (Epsilon Delta–Texas A&M ’15), a walk-on linebacker for the Texas A&M football team, was extended a scholarship by Coach Kevin Sumlin on Saturday, August 27. Gillaspia, from Katy, Texas, is a redshirt sophomore studying Environmental Geoscience. He was named to the 2015 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll.  Gillaspia also was…

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Holden Named to North Carolina High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame

Published on: August 24, 2016

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association named Leroy Holden (Delta Alpha–Western Carolina ’66) to their prestigious Hall of Fame. The eight person class for 2016 is the 30th group of inductees in the 180 member hall of fame. They were selected based on their long-term contributions to high school interscholastic athletics in the NCHSAA. Hoden…

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Louisiana-Monroe Alumnus Serves in Concussion Symposium

Published on: August 15, 2016

Former Number I Dr. Marcus C. “Marc” Stokes (Gamma Nu–Louisiana-Monroe ’93) is an emergency medicine medical director and team physician for Northwestern State University Athletics. He recently served with Dr. Julian Bailes in a “Concussion Symposium” in Natchitoches, LA for high school and collegiate athletic trainers. Dr. Bailes is a nationally recognized neurosurgeon researching traumatic brain…

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