|Andrew Abbott '14|
Andrew is a petroleum engineering major from Katy. He is a member of the Corps of Cadets, Aggie Men's Club and the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Andrew has attended various leadership conferences during his time at A&M and was a both a Muster Host and a Fish Aide his freshman year.
After graduation, Andrew plans on serving as a U.S. Marine Corps pilot, and he hopes to eventually enter into the petroleum industry. He also enjoys the outdoors, traveling, fishing, Texas Country music and sports.
|Drew Alders '13|
Drew hails from Nacogdoches and is currently studying agricultural economics. Within the Corps of Cadets, he serves as the chaplain and public relations officer, and he is a past Corps senator in Student Government. During his time at Texas A&M, he has enjoyed working with the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, the Nichols Rising Leadership Conference and The Big Event.
|Alejandro Azocar '14|
Alejandro is an aerospace engineering major born in Venezuela and raised in Houston. He is a member of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics, Student Engineers’ Council and plays in the Hullabaloo Band. He is also an undergraduate research scholar and is conducting research on unmanned aerial vehicles. During his time at Texas A&M, Alejandro has been involved with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, the Venezuelan Student Association and Students for the Exploration and Development of Space.
|Deanna Bosse '13|
Deanna is an agribusiness, agricultural economics double major from Brenham. She has held numerous officer positions in COALS Council, Aggie REPS and Collegiate 4-H. She is also involved in AES, Aggie ACES and Farmers Fight.
|Ryan Crawford '14|
Ryan is a political science major from Austin pursuing a Spanish minor. He is in Company E-2 of the Corps of Cadets, and in his sophomore year he served as the mascot corporal for Reveille VIII. He is currently a senior yell leader, following his year as a junior yell leader.
|John Claybrook '13|
|John is a business major from Dallas. He was the Texas A&M student body president for the 2012-2013 academic and a member of Aggie Men's Club. Previously, he served as co-chair for Fish Aides in the Student Government Association. He has also served on the Parents’ Weekend committee, been a host for the Conference on Student Government Associations and a delegate on the Gilbert, Spencer and Abbott Family Leadership Conferences.
John continues to stay involved with his local Younglife and loves any time he can find on the lake, in the mountains or on the golf course.
|Eric Gil '14|
Eric is an industrial distribution major from Poway. He is currently the Corps sergeant major and will serve as the Corps commander for the 2013-2014 school year. Eric is also involved with the Ross Volunteer Company, MSC Hospitality, the Nichols Rising Leaders Conference, Fish Camp and the Corps Basketball Team.
|James Havlock '13|
|James is a chemical engineering major from Garland. He is the Memorial Student Center chief operating officer and previously served as the MSC director of diversity and the director of delegates for the Spencer Leadership Conference. In the past, James has served as a group leader for MSC Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow, a Fish Camp counselor and a Muster host. James has attended both the MSC Fall Leadership Conference and the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference.
Following graduation, James will pursue a job in the oil and gas industry with hopes of earning an MBA in the future. In his free time, James enjoys golfing, reading and dreaming.
|Caroline Janssen '13|
Caroline is a business honors major from Georgetown. She has served as an outreach executive and national public relations coordinator for The Big Event, and she is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. Caroline has also been involved with the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, Fish Aides and Muster Hosts. She was a recipient of the Buck Weirus Spirit Award in 2012.
graduation, Caroline hopes to pursue a management/strategy consulting
career. She enjoys playing and watching sports, reading, running,
traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.
|Chrisleigh Jones '13|
Chrisleigh is an education major from Plano. She has invested the last four years of her time at A&M in The Big Event, for which she currently serves as the assistant director. Chrisleigh is also involved in the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and was a delegate for the Abbott Family Leadership Conference.
Dedicated to the development of students, Chrisleigh plans to teach middle school English courses after graduation and later pursue a role in educational administration. Outside of spending time with friends in Aggieland, Chrisleigh loves being outdoors and working at a summer camp in Van, Texas.
|Reid Joseph '14|
third-generation Aggie, is an industrial distribution major from
Springdale, Ark. He is the 2013-2014 student body president and a member of Squadron 17 in the Corps of Cadets. He serves in the Student Government Association on the Aggie Muster
Committee. Reid is also a member of the Professional Association of
Industrial Distribution. During his time at Texas A&M, he has been
a member of Fish Aides, Traditions Council and the MSC Abbott Family
|Kyle Kelly '14
|Kyle is an industrial distribution major
from Boerne pursuing a business administration minor. He is a member of
the Corps of Cadets, serves as the chaplain of Squadron 17 and is a
member of the Ross Volunteer Company. Kyle also serves as the worship
chair for the Brotherhood of Christian Aggies (BCA). Kyle was the head
campaign manager for a student body president campaign, member of the
Professional Association of Industrial Distribution and has served as a
After graduation, Kyle plans on either pursuing a career in business, going to graduate school or attending seminary. Kyle also enjoys the outdoors, playing guitar, golfing and spending time with family and friends.
|Sterling Knapp '14|
is an accounting major from College Station. She is the theta fiesta
promotions chairman for Kappa Alpha Theta, the director of
administration for the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, a host
for Tell Your Story Leadership Forum and a counselor for Fish Camp.
Sterling is a member of the David Gardener's Student Advisory Council.
|Jordan Knesek '14
a finance major from La Grange. She is involved with the Business
Honors Program, the Mays Business Fellows Program, Delta Gamma and the
Aggie Muster Committee as a programs executive. In past years, Jordan
has participated in Fish Aides, the Legislative Relations Commission,
Fish Camp and the Honors Freshmen Business Initiative. In addition,
Jordan volunteers with Grace Bible Church with the children's
After college, Jordan plans to pursue a career in management consulting. In her free time, she enjoys reading, playing the piano and spending time with family and friends.
|Patrick Leach '14|
|Patrick is an industrial distribution major from Midland. He is a member of Aggie Men’s Club and is also the founder of Kinew Bikes, a non-profit bicycle company focused on buying bikes for people in Zambia.
After graduation, Patrick plans a career in viticulture and hopes to pursue a Master in Business Administration. In his free time, Patrick loves training bird dogs, hunting, fly-fishing and traveling.
|Scott Lovett '13|
|Scott is a
finance major from College Station. He is currently serving as the
commanding officer of 1st Regiment in the Corps of Cadets and as a squad
leader in the Ross Volunteer Company. Scott is also involved with the
Nichols’ Rising Leaders Conference and the Banking Program at Mays
After graduation, Scott plans to pursue a career in real estate development. He loves working on his family’s ranch, spending time with his friends and family and going to Aggie baseball games.
|Chris Mellina '14|
|Chris is a
business major with a minor in economics from Fort Worth. He serves as
the philanthropy chair in One Army: Texas Aggie Men United and works
closely with Startup Aggieland, a student entrepreneurship incubator at
In his previous years at Texas A&M, Chris has served as a Fish Camp counselor, the finance chair for Freshmen Leadership Development Retreat (FLDR) and was a delegate for both the Spencer Leadership Conference and the Abbott Family Leadership Conference.
Following graduation, Chris will pursue a career in consulting and hopes to become an entrepreneur. In his free time, Chris enjoys hiking, camping, playing golf and spending time with those who mean the most to him.
|Sarah Jane Moerbe '13|
Jane is a civil engineering major from Orange. She is the student
relations chair for Texas A&M Parents’ Weekend Committee. She has
served as the director of creative design in the Delta Gamma sorority
and as a Fish Camp counselor. She also served as a Muster Host and has
been involved in Campus Crusade for Christ and the American Society of
After graduation, Sarah Jane plans to pursue a career in project management. In her free time, she enjoys painting, running, cooking, riding horses and everything outdoors.
|Bryce Peterson '14|
|Bryce is a
finance major from San Antonio. He is a member of Phi Gamma Delta and
is involved in business honors, the Fellows Program and Horizons. He
previously served on staff for the Big Event and as a peer leader at
He will intern this summer with the energy investment banking group UBS and hopes to eventually pursue a Master of Business Administration. In his free time, Bryce enjoys hunting, fishing and water skiing.
|Glenn Phillips '01|
Glenn is a doctoral student in educational administration from Wimberley. He has completed undergraduate degrees in mathematics and history as well as a master's degree in English.
Glenn is involved in multiple university committees where he represents graduate students and their interests, and he serves as secondary adviser for Aggie Men's Club. Each fall, he co-teaches a first year seminar at A&M on the university’s history.
After receiving his Ph.D., Glenn hopes to obtain a tenure-track position in education, focusing on qualitative research and the history of higher education in America. During downtime, Glenn enjoys poetry, swimming and traveling.
|Ben Riner '14
Ben is a civil engineering major from Conway, Ark. He is currently the head recruiting corporal of Squadron 17 in the Corps of Cadets and is a member of the Aggie Men's Club. Ben also has attended the Abbott Family Leadership Conference.
In his free time, Ben enjoys intramural sports, playing guitar and studying Arabic.
|Trent Segers '13|
|Trent is an industrial distribution major from Spring. He is the 2013 class president and is a member of Old Army Gentlemen’s Society. Trent has also been involved in Fish Camp, Building Young Leaders Together and the Professional Association for Industrial Distribution. He served as the freshman class vice president, and he was awarded the Buck Weirus Spirit Award in 2010.
In the future Trent plans on going into industrial sales.
Trent enjoys playing golf, scuba diving, traveling and hiking.
|RJ Shannon IV '14|
|RJ is an industrial distribution major from Plano. He is the public relations chair for the Old Army Gentlemen’s Society and recently served as the marketing manager for Reid Joseph’s campaign for student body president. RJ has also served as a Muster Host, Fish Camp counselor and has participated in the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference.
After graduation, RJ plans to pursue a career in technical sales. In his free time, he enjoys playing and watching sports, hunting, listening to all kinds of music, reading and spending time with family and friends.
|Bryson Sutterfield '13|
|Bryson is a civil engineering major from Wolfforth. He has served the Corps of Cadets as the 3rd Brigade sergeant major, the banner bearer for the Ross Volunteer Company and as the deputy corps commander. Bryson has also been a member of the Corps of Cadets baseball team, Class Councils and Impact.
After graduation, Bryson plans to pursue a career with the Navy Civil Engineer Corps or in private civil consulting. He also enjoys hunting, fishing, playing and watching baseball, and spending time with family and friends.
|Jordan Symon '14
Jordan is an agricultural communications major from Pearland. She is a member of the Public Relations Committee with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Student Council and holds the titles of social media and senior chair for Delta Zeta. She has also been involved with the Aggie Mentor Program for Transfers, Texas Beef Leaders of Tomorrow and the National Santa Gertrudis Association.
After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in agricultural marketing or public relations. In her free time, she blogs for KBTX, enjoys reading, working with her cattle and spending time with her friends and family.
|Kevin Von Storch '15
|Kevin is a civil engineering major from Colleyville. He is involved with Aggie Men’s Club, The Big Event, American Society of Civil Engineers, Engineers Without Borders and United Way of Brazos Valley.
After graduation, Kevin will either pursue a Master of Business Administration or a career in civil engineering. Outside of his academics and extracurricular involvement, Kevin enjoys travelling, cooking, reading, building Legos, hunting and spending quality time with his friends and family.
|Bryce Wilde '14|
|Bryce is an agriculture systems management major from Lyford. He is a member of Aggie Men’s Club, he was the recruitment executive for The Big Event 2013, and he is involved in Dr. Joe Townsend ’67 Leadership Fellows. Bryce attended Gilbert Leadership Conference and served as a coordinator in fall 2011, and he previously served as a member of MSC Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow.
Following graduation, Bryce will return to the family farm to pursue a life in agriculture. In his free time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, sports, hard work and spending time with his family.