As promised, I am back in the saddle. I took and passed my Limited Broker’s Variable Contracts Exam, also known as the Series 6. I found it hard to study for that exam and also blog, but since I have taken care of that, I am back to blogging for PLN. The school year has come to a close as most know and we had a lot of Lions graduate, among them Deric Davis, who graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice, and former punter Cameron Frosch who graduated with a degree in Finance. There is a list somewhere of all of the athletes who graduated and I will post it when it is made available. Speaking of that….
Congratulations to the hundreds of Lion Graduates who received Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate degrees from our institution. I congratulate all of you and am proud to call all of you fellow Lions. From all of us at PLN, congratulations and God Bless you all.
Cameron Frosch continues to garner interest from pro teams, but did not receive a phone call from any teams during the draft this weekend. In an interview, Frosch said that if he is picked up he would expect it to be after the draft where many players get picked up, especially special teams guys. Even the best punters and kickers usually do not get drafted and sign as undrafted free agents. Personally, I expect him to get a call so send good thoughts his way and congratulate him also for graduating a degree in finance this past weekend!
Tracksters garner all conference honors-
Congrats to Brikel Bailey, Anthony Harris, Hendrick Nungess, and Matt Rich for notching all conference honors for their performance at the LSC Championships. To be all Conference, an athlete must score 14 points by themselves, which in Track is very hard to do on any level. Congrats to these athletes for keeping our proud track tradition alive and well.
Clem, McMahan finish link careers out strong.
Lion golfers CJ Clem and Chantry McMahan finished out their very strong Lion careers at the NCAA Regional Golf Championships. McMahan, a Kaufman native, finished 36 by shooting a 79 in her final round as a Lion. No doubt the program will miss her as she graduates and we are proud of how well she played in her 4 years in Commerce. Clem finished his career placing 80th at the Regional in Austin and went to the NCAA Regional Championships for a second straight season. CJ was an outstanding golfer and he caps of his career as one of the best golfers in program history. Congrats on fine seasons and careers to both!