Alumni News

Welcome to the PS alumni blog! From academic achievements to world travels, we will be posting what our alumni are doing.  Please email your alumni news and updates to Ryan Hertlein, Alumni Coordinator and Assistant Director of Admission. Check back to find out about upcoming alumni events.

Mary Ashleigh Boles talks about her experience at Washington & Lee University


Mary Ashleigh Boles, Class of ’06, graduates this spring from Washington and Lee.  As a Business Administration and Spanish major, she has accepted a position at the Investment Bank, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Company here in Houston.  Boles is grateful to W&L for broadening her horizons academically, socially and athletically.  Currently captain of the volleyball team, Boles played all four years while maintaining a rigorous academic schedule.  She studied a broad four times and interned internationally.  We wish her all the best as she graduates and begins a new chapter in her life! 

Click here for a link to the full article on the W&L website. 

Posted by in Around the World, Academic Honors, Class of 2006, Athletic Honors on Tuesday February 24, 2015
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William Young breaks basketball record at Trinity University

William Young, Class of ’06, has broken Trinity University Men’s Basketball record for career assists.  Young, a senior guard, is the Trinity Tigers’ all-time assist leader, with 360 assists.  He set the single season record with 120 assists in 2012-13. We know we will be seeing more from William Young in the years to come!
Posted by in In the Media, Class of 2006, Athletic Honors on Monday February 2, 2015
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Laura Brill combines love of theatre and physics for acoustical engineering research

Laura Brill (Class of ’06) has found a way to combine both of her academic interests in Theatre and Physics through Acoustical Engineering at Nebraska’s Wesleyan University.  Brill began research at her university’s theater in order to make recommendations for changes that could enhance the sounds an audience hears.  Following her research position last summer at the Peter Kiewit Institute in Omaha, the Acoustical Society of American in Indianapolis, Indiana accepted Brill to their 168th meeting, where she spent a week presenting her research and consulting with other acoustical engineering scientists.  As a current senior, she plans to attend graduate school for theatre design, focusing on optimized sound.  This PS Alumni has paved her own academic path and we know we will continue to see amazing strides from her work.

Posted by in Academic Honors, Class of 2006, Performing Arts on Wednesday November 12, 2014
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Elizabeth Hay '06 Hosts Her Own Radio Show

Elizabeth Hay ’06 is enjoying her Freshman year at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.  Elizabeth is a dj for the school’s radio station and has her own show called the Hurricane Hangover from 10-11 on Tuesday mornings. She plays quite a variety during her one hour show including wave, hip hop, world, jazz, and electronica.  For more information on the radio station and to listen to a live stream of the show, go to  http://kwur.com/.

Posted by Mrs. Ashlea Taylor in Class of 2006 on Wednesday December 8, 2010 at 04:10PM
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M.A. Boles '06 receives top volleyball honors for the Washington and Lee Generals Volleyball Team

 

Congratulations to M.A. Boles '06 who has received quite a few honors as an Outside Hitter for Wasthington and Lee's volleyball team.  The ODAC (Old Dominion Athletic Conference) has awarded her back-to-back ODAC player of the week, ODAC Honor Role student-athlete, ODAC Rookie of the Year, First Team All-ODAC and has received other awards including aces leader, back-to-back tournament MVP and most recently, she was named American Volleyball Coaches Association South Region Freshman of the Year. 

Posted by Mrs. Ashlea Taylor in Class of 2006, Athletic Honors on Tuesday December 7, 2010 at 11:37AM
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