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Athletic Hall of Honor

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Brandon CreekBrandon Creek ’01 Brandon Creek attended Schreiner University from 1998 to 2001 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science. At Schreiner, he was a baseball team member and was a 4-year starter as a second baseman, shortstop, and pitcher. He helped lead the team to the 2000 American Southwest Conference Championship – where he was named the conference tournament MVP. Brandon was a team leader and highly regarded by his teammates. He loved and respected the game and left everything he had out on the field, which earned him many accolades, including ASC Player of the Year in 2001. Brandon’s time at Schreiner led to his passion, a career in coaching where he serves as an inspiring leader and role model for all his students and athletes. His strong work ethic is passed on to the students he has coached and with whom he has built strong relationships. His coaching honors include Stony Point High School Baseball Bi-District Champions and Area Champions in 2017, Football State Semifinalists in 2009, 2010, and 2011, and Eastbay FBU All American Coach in 2006, 2007, and 2008.


Chris MoralezChris Moralez ’90 – Roger Christopher Moralez was born in Port Lavaca, TX.  In 1985, he graduated from Calhoun High School and played junior college tennis for Alvin Community College in Alvin, TX, from 1985 to 1987.  Chris played tennis and ran cross country for Schreiner College from 1987 to 1989.  At Schreiner, he was a National Qualifier in cross country in 1987.  In 1988, he was a National Qualifier and Conference Champion in tennis.  Chris graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science in 1990.  Since graduation, Chris has coached tennis and cross country and taught at Ingram Tom Moore High School in Ingram, TX. His tennis and cross country coaching accomplishments include 38 District Individual Champs, 66 Regional Qualifiers, 28 State Qualifiers, 3 State Champs, 2 State Silver Medalists, 12 State Bronze Medalists, 23 Boys Individual District Champion Titles, 15 Girls Individual District Champion Titles, 11 Boys Team District Champion Titles, 9 Girls Team District Champion Titles, 2010-2019 District Coach of the Year, 2014-2016 Texas 3A Regional Tennis Coach of the Year, 2017 Texas 3A State Tennis Coach of the Year, and 2018 National Federation of High School (NFHS) & UIL Texas State Tennis Coach of the Year.

Distinguished Alumnus

Hayes, Paul


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Kiley Preston-Halfmann MillerDr. Kiley Miller ’00 – Kiley Preston-Halfmann Miller was born in Midland, Texas in 1977.  He attended Schreiner College from 1995 to 2000 and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. At Schreiner, he was a member of the soccer team for four years. From Schreiner, he continued his educational pursuits receiving a Master of Arts in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin, and a PhD in Bioengineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He worked as a Research Scientist in the Product Development Department of the Oral Care Division of Colgate-Palmolive Company until he returned to Schreiner University to teach chemistry in 2006. Dr. Miller was the 2014 to 2017 Atkission Professor and has served as the Robert A. Welch Grant Director, Chemistry Department Chair, Science Department Chair, Interim Dean of the Robert B. Trull School of Science and Mathematics, Primary Investigator for the NSF ARI-R2 Grant, Director of the US Department of Education Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions Grant, and as the Director for the US Department of Education Hispanic Serving Institution – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Grant.


Thomas Hulbert Miller, JrThomas Hulbert Miller, Jr. 39 – Lieutenant General Thomas H. Miller, Jr. was born June 3, 1923, in San Antonio, TX. He graduated from George West High School in 1939, and attended Schreiner Institute and the University of Texas, before enlisting in the U.S. Navy in June 1942. He was the first American to fly the Marine Corps’ new AV-8A jet and set the 500 KM Closed Course World Speed Record at 1,216.78 mph in an F-4H-1 (F4B) aircraft in September of 1960. Awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit with Combat “V” and one gold star, the Distinguished Flying Cross with three gold stars, the Air Medal with two silver stars and four bronze stars, the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat “V”, the Presidential Unit Citation with one bronze star, the American Campaign Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with two stars, the World War II Victory Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Korean Service Medal with two bronze stars, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal, the Korean Order of Military Merit, Hwa-Rang, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation, the Republic of Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm, the United Nations Medal, and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal.


Past Awards and Honors

Charles H. Johnston, Jr.† ’32
David Barker ’64
Dr. Charles “Charley” Johnson ’58
Dr. Frank W. Sheppard, Jr. † ’39
Dr. John L. Kammerdiener ’57
Dr. Margaret Patricia Sullivan† ‘41
Dr. Russell Scott, Jr.† ’43
Dr. Sam McDowell. Junkin ’51
Dr. Samuel W.T. Lanham III ’51
Dr. Thomas W. Pruett ’50
Dr. William B. Campbell† ‘40
Dr. Wilson Elkins† ’28
Frank N. Ikard, Sr.† ’31
Frank W. Denius† ‘42
Grady Spencer Blocker ’52
H. W. “Win” Thurber III ‘63
Harris J. Pappas ’60
Hugh H. Goerner† ’41
James B. Cain† ’41
James E. Nugent† ’41
Joe C. Walter, Jr.† ’45
Judge Robert Rhea Barton ’56
Martin L. Allday† ’44
Michael Pate ’71
N. Ford Chapman, Jr.† ’28
Norman Hoffman† ’37
Park L. Myers† ’35
Peter W. Baldwin† ’47
Raymond E. Berry ’51
Richard E. Cree ’67
Richard P. Marrs, M.D. ’68
Royce Faulkner† ’49
Roy Q. Minton ’49
The Honorable Marvin A. Singleton, MD ’60
Theo Blue ’51
Wendell Mayes, Jr. ’42

† deceased

Schreiner Former Students Association Distinguished Service Award

Schreiner Former Students Association Distinguished Service Award was created in 2005 to honor former students who have demonstrated outstanding service to, and support of, the Schreiner Former Students Association involving the contribution of time, talent and/or resources benefiting the Association and
Schreiner University.

SFSA Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Coralie Croom† ‘46
Catherine Carden Henry ‘64
Jerry E. “Gene” Marshall ’52
Captain Jack M. Stevens, USN Ret ’43
Meleah M. Siebold Nye ‘92

Albert B. “Monk” Keith† (Coach ’66-’84)
Bill E. Thompson† ’51
Brenda Niemeyer ‘81
Charles H. Johnston, Jr.† ’32
Claude R. “Chena” Gilstrap† ’35
David Barker ’64
David Lindsey Hulse ’90
Donald W. Suman, Sr.† ’38
Donald “Red” Richardson† ’51
Dr. Charles “Charley” Johnson ’58
Emmett Adolph Acker† ’53
Felicia Delgado ‘04
Fred Saunders ‘51
Gretchen Goebel Peterson ’01
H.C. “Bully” Gilstrap† (Coach ’25-’37)
H.N. “Jack” Stevens† ’24
Joe Love Hedrick† ’41
John R. “Bob” Bowmer† ’53
Ken Murray ‘66
Laurence Becker (Coach ’58-’62)
Leoni Thorne ‘81
Major William G. Gillis, Jr.† ’37
Penny Fitzpatrick ‘81
Raymond E. Berry ’51
Raymond “Red” Daniels† ’42
Reginald “Reggie” West† ’51
Rex R. Kelly† (faculty ’35 – ’52)
Richard Harben
Robert Henry, M.D.† (Coach ’82-’94)
Rogers Douglas ’52
Roland E. Ingram ’62
Stephanie Gamble ’90
Tammy Lusinger ‘90
Tim Kaman ‘90
Tom H. Ball, Jr.† ’42
Tom L. Thornhill† ‘57
Walter Schulle, Jr. ‘55
William C. “Heinie” Weir† (faculty ’37 – ’71)
William Clifford “Cliff” Kellett† ’51
William Dudley Rogers† (Coach ’67-’81)
William E. “Bill” Fox, Jr. ’60
Yasuko Yoshida ‘81

† deceased

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Hayes, Paul


Paul Hayes
Paul Hayes
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