Leah Le'Vell '13 one of the youngest staffers in the Executive Office of the President
Marist Class of 2013 graduate Leah Le'Vell has moved to Washington, DC to serve as one of the youngest staffers in the Executive Office of the President in the White House Office of Communications. In her new position, Leah works on strategic communications to targeted media outlets around the country.
Charlie Harrison '48 Featured in Golf Georgia Magazine
Charles Harrison '48 was born in Atlanta, Ga., on June 25, 1931. He won the 1947 Atlanta City Junior Championship and then went on to letter in golf for four years at Georgia Tech. A lifelong amateur, Harrison won the Atlanta Amateur a record 10 times, captured the Atlanta Athletic Club Championship nine times, and the Atlanta Country Club Championship six times during his illustrious career.
Quinton Stephens '13 Enters the Georgia Tech Record Book
Georgia Tech senior forward and Marist alumnus, Quinton Stephens '13, made fitting history Tuesday night with their 75-63 win over Indiana in a first-round NIT matchup.
The Yellow Jackets, who have thrived at McCamish Pavilion this season, won their 16th game at home to tie the 2006-07 team. Tech is now 16-4 at McCamish. The 2006-07 team was 16-1. This team had the advantage of having more home games in part because it did not play in an early-season neutral-site tournament; the 20 home games is the most in school history.
Jensen Caster '13: U.S. Air Force Academy Falconry Team Member
Marist alumna, Jensen Caster '13 is a U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet 1st Class and a member of the academy's falconry team. Caster and Ziva, a gyr-saker falcon, have been together for three years at the academy. The Academy’s falcons perform for 500,000 to 600,000 people each year at sporting events and educational demonstrations nationwide. The first Academy class selected the falcon as its mascot in 1955.
Andrea Demick '13 Selected as 2017 Weaver-James-Corrigan Award Recipient
Georgia Tech senior and Marist alumna, Andrea Demick '13, is among the 54 Atlantic Coast Conference student-athletes selected as a 2017 Weaver-James-Corrigan Award recipient. The Weaver-James-Corrigan awards are presented to ACC student-athletes that have performed with distinction in both the classroom and their respective sports while demonstrating exemplary conduct in the community.
War Eagles Continue Athletic Endeavors Beyond Marist
A Tradition of Excellence. That phrase appears on many of the plaques and awards received by Marist School student-athletes. The tradition exists because Marist student-athletes are dedicated to achieving success not only in the classroom, but also on the playing fields. When these student-athletes look to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level, this dedication is a characteristic that colleges find very attractive.
Hannah Lagod '16 led James Madison swimming over the second day of competition at the Janis Hape Dowd Nike Cup Invitational after recording a fourth-place finish in the 400 individual medley inside Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion on Saturday, February 4.
Dominique Oden '16 named Big Ten Freshman of the Week
Purdue women’s basketball’s and Marist alumna Dominique Oden '16 was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Tuesday after an outstanding three-game stretch at the 2016 Triple Crown Sports Cancun Challenge. The Boilermaker rookie averaged 15.3 points, 2.0 assists and 1.0 steals per game, shooting 68 percent from the floor as the team went 2-1 and were the runners-up in the Mayan Division.