Finishing up his senior year at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania, Ryan Lieser '19 will graduate with a degree in Russian and Intelligence Studies this May. Currently he has a cumulative GPA of 4.0. In addition to his academic achievements, he enjoys success on the soccer field. Ryan is a two-year starting wing defender for the Mercyhurst Lakers, currently ranked fourth in Division 2 nationally with a record of 13 wins, no losses and one tie. In their 14 games this season, the defense, of which Ryan is a part, the team has allowed opponents only three goals.
Alumni News & Stories
Divine Award winner John Schaefer '70 reflects on the lessons he learned from SLUH and the importance in giving back.
Noah Arthur Weber '14 pens a tribute to a former teacher and mentor.
Scholarship Donor, Man for Others Bill Pollard III '65 Honored with the Backer Award
SLUH announced Espen Conley ‘11 will serve as the next head coach for the wrestling program.
Bryan Maas '12, Senior Optical Engineer at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, reflects on his journey from Oakland Avenue to space exploration.
Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau, the youngest member with the Corps of Discovery, distinguished as an Alumni Trailblazer.
David Works ’85 reflects on his own “Pursuit of Excellence” — his lifelong search for the culture of excellence he first encountered at SLUH.
Former Prep Newsians reflect on the impact of Steve Missey '88; an impact he continues bestowing upon Jr. Bills to this day.