Tag: Alumni

LPGA Golf | The Woodlands HS grad Stacy Lewis flirts with historic 59, shares Founders Cup lead

920x920 (1)PHOENIX – Stacy Lewis missed a chance to shoot the second 59 in LPGA Tour history, settling for an 8-under 64 and a share of the first-round lead Thursday in the Bank of Hope Founders Cup.

Playing in low-90s heat in near-perfect conditions at Desert Ridge, Lewis was 9 under through 11 holes, parred the next six and closed with a bogey after hitting into the deep left greenside bunker. Read more…

ALUMNI NOTEBOOK: College Park alum Reed having success at Cabrillo College

aaqzqOff of a freshman campaign which saw him earn the California Community College Athletic Association – Coast Conference South Division Most Valuable Player, Brett Reed is off to fast start this year at Cabrillo College.

The 2015 College Park graduate and All-Montgomery County Player of the Year after his senior season is third on his team in scoring average and ninth in the conference. Read more…

ORHS alumna Serrett off to a strong start at LSU

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Amber Serrett (Oak Ridge) | Aubrey Leach (The Woodlands) | Karly Pustka (Montgomery) | Malloree Schurr (Montgomey) | Luken Baker (Oak Ridge) | Chris Andritsos (The Woodlands) | Durbin Feltman (Oak Ridge) | Riley McKnight (Oak Ridge) | Lance Miles (The Woodlands) | Greg Belton (Conroe) | Mitch Henshaw (Conroe) | Montana Parsons (College Park)

 

Baseball: Andritsos Leads No. 25 OU Past Abilene Christian, 7-1

chris-andritsos-20131-300x225Freshman right-hander Chris Andritsos (The Woodlands, Texas) pitched the No. 25 University of Oklahoma baseball team to a 7-1 victory over Abilene Christian at L. Dale Mitchell Park on Tuesday evening. In his debut on the mound, Andritsos went five innings and struck out five. click here for complete story

The Woodlands alumni gather to honor coach Schoeller

Saturday marked the first alumni soccer game for The Woodlands High School in more than 30 years.

When former players from 1983 to 1999 took the pitch at Bear Branch Park Saturday afternoon, it was for the first time in years for some. For others it was just another normal weekend.

The Woodlands High School soccer team alumni, split into red and green teams, compete against one another on Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015, at Bear Branch Sportsfields.
The Woodlands High School soccer team alumni, split into red and green teams, compete against one another on Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015, at Bear Branch Sportsfields.

Only it was more than just a soccer game. It was more than a reunion. It was a going away party. After 33 years of coaching soccer at The Woodlands, Gordon Schoeller has decided to retire. click here for complete story

Softball: College Park grad picked 17th in National Pro Fastpitch draft

Texas A&M softball player Nicole Morgan was selected 17th overall by the Pennsylvania Rebellion in the National Pro Fastpitch draft on Monday night.

College Park High School graduate Nicole Morgan leads Texas A&M in home runs, RBI, slugging percentage, on-base percentage and walks.
College Park High School graduate Nicole Morgan leads Texas A&M in home runs, RBI, slugging percentage, on-base percentage and walks.

Morgan, a senior, is a 2010 graduate of College Park High School.

“I’m excited to join the Pennsylvania Rebellion this summer,” Morgan said. “Playing professional softball has been a goal of mine since I started playing the sport and I am so thankful for the opportunity I’ve been given. My career at Texas A&M has prepared me for this once-in-a-lifetime chance and I am so grateful for the coaches and teammates who have helped me reach this point.”

Morgan was the first pick of the fifth round, and the fifth pick by the Rebellion. She will join fellow rookies Dallas Escobedo (Arizona State), Taylor Edwards (Nebraska), Bryana Walker (Washington), Anna Miller (South Carolina Upstate) and Victoria Hayward (Washington) on the team’s roster this summer. click here for complete story

Baseball: Georgetown Rolls Over Iowa 10-1 in Five-Inning Affair The Hoyas wrap up their trip to Florida vs. Iowa on Sunday

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The Georgetown baseball bounced back from a tough Saturday with a decisive 10-1 victory over Iowa on Sunday afternoon. The game was called after five innings due to a travel curfew.

David Ellingson
(The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands College Park) started and threw three innings. He struck out four while giving up just one unearned run.