Another Panther making the jump!! Christopher Mott signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Sul Ross State University in Alpine. After joining the Panther baseball team for his senior year, Christopher’s leadership and steady play helped him win TAPPS All-District honors. As one of our most potent bats, he also set the offensive pace and kept the defense strong with his glove. His contributions to our team and our community will surely be missed, but Sul Ross is getting a true ballplayer and a wonderful person. Congrats, Christopher! It’s a great day to be a Panther! Continue reading Chris Mott Signed with Sul Ross State University
Senior goalie Will Walsh has committed to play lacrosse at Southwestern University. Will is a three year varsity starter and 2021 All-State selection. Congratulations, Will! Continue reading Will Walsh ’22 Committed to Southwestern University
TMI Episcopal senior Christian Cuellar signed his National Letter of Intent to play collegiate tennis at Division I University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. Christian leaves TMI as the most decorated tennis player in school history as well as being the driving force behind this year’s dual boys and girls TAPPS 5A state championships. Good luck at the next level, Christian! Continue reading Christian Cuellar signs letter of intent
Delaney Martin, a senior at TMI Episcopal, signed a national letter of intent to play golf at the University of Houston (UH), whose varsity athletic teams, known as the Houston Cougars, are members of the American Athletic Conference and compete … Continue reading TMI athlete signs to play D1 golf
Five senior athletes at TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas were recognized for their intent to play college sports May 11 at a signing ceremony in the school’s Alkek Refectory. Each student was introduced by his coach before the group signed certificates from the universities they plan to attend next fall. They are: Phillip Greenfield, a track athlete who will attend Emory University, a Division III school; Cameron Campbell, lacrosse, Aurora University, Division III; Chris Pietraszkiewicz, cross-country, University of Texas at Austin, Division I; Wallace Schmuck, baseball, Birmingham-Southern College, Division III; and Cole Solis, University of the Incarnate Word, … Continue reading TMI seniors tapped to play college sports
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