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SEU Baseball: History in the Making

AMY (BERGEY) GODSHALL: MOVING BEYOND HER COMFORT ZONE
Amy ’16 and her husband live and serve among the people of Burkina Faso.

BOLUTITO “TITO” ADEWUNMI: EMBRACING THE SEASON
After earning her juris doctor degree, Tito ’14 has learned to embrace the season she is in as an associate at the Paul, Weiss law firm in New York.

EVERETTE COFFMAN: ONE MAN’S JOURNEY TO HELPING OTHERS From drug abuse to counseling families, Everette ’17 (MSMFT) shares his journey of overcoming addiction and his passion for helping others.

KEVIN KURIAN: AT THE INTERSECTION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND RELIGION
As a licensed psychologist, Kevin ’10 works with individuals with severe mental illness and challenges Christians to embrace them as well.

SEU WINS FIRST NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP Southeastern’s baseball team made school history winning the first NAIA National Championship for the university.

MATT PARZIALE: FROM THE FIRE TO GOLF'S MAJORS A former Southeastern athlete and U.S. Mid-Amateur champion, Matt Parziale ’09, made national news as a firefighter teeing off in golf's first major championship of 2018.

THE SHARPE FAMILY LEGACY Years after her father, Dr. Jack Sharpe, served as a psychology faculty member at Southeastern, Rosalind (Sharpe) Goodrich ’91 has followed in his footsteps.

Publication Date

Summer 2018

Publisher

Southeastern University, Office of Alumni Relations

City

Lakeland Florida

Keywords

SEU Baseball, Bolutitio “Tito” Adewunmi, Everette Coffman, Amy (Bergey) Godshall, Kevin Kurian

Disciplines

Higher Education

Southeastern Alumni Magazine- Summer 2018

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