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PDS Alums on the Links

Alumni News Friday, September 20, 2013 3:03 PM

PDS Alums comprise 90% of the MUS Lower School Golf Team.  Congratulations to Wyatt Berry '12, Call Ford '13, Matthew Rogers '13, and Philip Wunderlich '13 who are members of the A Team.  Congrats to Daniel Black '12, Jackson Bridgforth '12, Robin Coffman '13, Walker Crosby '13, and Hall Upshaw '13 who are members of the B Team.


Congratulations to the Rudolph brothers on their success on the golf course this year. Goodman Rudolph ’11 tied for second place in a very close contest (one stroke behind the winner) in the Tennessee Golf Association’s junior event - Ashworth Elite Series.  Goodman is listed on the Junior Golf Scoreboard as the #5 junior golfer in TN, the #10 9th graders in the USA, and the #11 9th grader in the world.  He’s the #1 ranked freshman in TN.

Congratulations to Mason Rudolph ‘11 for qualifying for the State Amateur this summer in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Mason took Memphis' 11th and final spot after a birdie on the second hole of a six way playoff. 

Mason and Goodman will play for MUS in the TSSAA State Championship tournament next week at Willowbrook.  Both helped lead the team to the West Region championship last week.


On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, members of the C. Kemmons Wilson, Jr. family, their friends, and other special guests held a surprise ceremony on campus to celebrate and honor Mr. C. Kemmons Wilson, Jr. by naming the PDS playing field in his honor.

Guests assembled on what is now known as "C. Kemmons Wilson, Jr. Field" for a ceremony including remarks from two of Wilson's sons, C. Kemmons Wilson III ’88 and McLean Thompson Wilson ’90.

Wilson, Jr. has been a loyal friend of PDS and has served the school in numerous leadership capacities including Trustee and most recently as chairman of the school's capital campaign.

The new C. Kemmons Wilson, Jr. Field was named through a gift by Norma T. Wilson, Carey Wilson Snider, C. Kemmons Wilson III ’88, Katherine Wilson Blackney, McLean Thompson Wilson ’90, and Elizabeth Alleen Wilson.


Congratulations to 7 PDS alums for being named National Merit Semifinalists.  

These high school seniors are:

  • Joshua Douglass '08
  • Davis Howe '08
  • Ben Ormseth '08
  • Stephen Pacheco '08
  • Paul Stevenson '08
  • Zain Virk '08
  • Harrison Williams '08

 

These semifinalists have the opportunity to compete to become a finalist and recipient of National Merit Scholarships later in the spring.  

Best wishes for continued success!


On theCalendar

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Monday

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Apr
Tuesday

24
Apr
Wednesday
Fellowship Hall at Presbyterian Day School
6:45 am - 8:00 am
For all dads • Breakfast or lunch sessions available • More Info

24
Apr
Wednesday
B100 (Church)
8:15 am
Meets on 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. Join other moms in praying for our boys, families, faculty, and school.

24
Apr
Wednesday
Fellowship Hall at Presbyterian Day School
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
For all dads • Breakfast or lunch sessions available • More Info

25
Apr
Thursday
8:00 am - 9:00 am

25
Apr
Thursday
Fellowship Hall
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

26
Apr
Friday

Thank you to all the PDS faculty, boys, and parents for clipping Box Tops. Enjoy a Dress Down Day on Friday, April 26 for all your efforts this school year.

Since the inception of the program 10+ years ago, PDS has received over $29,600 from Box Tops for Education. That’s A LOT of Box Tops!

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