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15 Teams - One Goal - Are You In?
Dear Menlo alumni and friends,
Hello, I am Ululani Reyes. I am a four-year shortstop starter from Hawaii. I have danced with the Hawaii Club for 4 years; I am a liberal arts major with a concentration in psychology. Last year, I was awarded the Don Jordan Scholarship.
My name is Coleman Cox. I’m from San Diego and I am an accounting major with a GPA of 3.846. I’m also the starting shortstop on our baseball team. As a junior last season, I had a .297 batting average.
We’re proud to represent Menlo College’s student-athletes. We are from two of 15 competitive teams (women’s golf starts 2013–14) at Menlo College. Menlo’s teams have a common goal – we are all earning a degree from Menlo College. Our “Menlo Advantage” will help us to join successful business alumni like you who attribute their success to Menlo’s guidance.
More than fifty percent of Menlo’s student body participates in athletic programs and half of us are Dean’s List scholars. We are committed students and dedicated athletes who are leaders on the field and in our communities. With your support we will continue to build on the Menlo tradition of excellence.
Are you in?
Coleman and Ululani
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“Coleman Cox is a TOP student, athlete, and leader both in and out of the classroom. His quiet leadership skills are tremendous,” said Professor of Management, Leslie Sekerka. “He leads by example, rising to every occasion with learning and performance success, encouraging others to follow suit. He’s dedicated, diligent, and focused.” Baseball Coach Stefan McGovern said, “Coleman is a very good defensive shortstop, a devoted team guy and he is a great influence for our younger players.” Accounting Professor Jack Klingler added, “It is very impressive how he is able to handle a demanding athletic schedule and still perform at such a high level in his studies. It is not surprising that he already has a permanent job position at Ernst & Young when he graduates this May. I am sure he will represent Menlo very well.”