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Rambouillet Magazine 2018

  • From the President

    It is hard to believe 90 years have passed since San Angelo College first opened its doors to 112 students. Throughout that time, the college – now Angelo State University – has survived early hardships and celebrated extraordinary milestones.

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Athletics More Athletics stories

  • An Afternoon with Phil George: Phil George Head Basketball Coach

    An Afternoon with Phil George

    Phil George truly is the quintessential Ram.
  • Athletics Hall of Honor Class of 2018: Hall of Honor Class of 2018 Inductees: Connie Bryan Bozarth, Alex Decuir, Wylie Turner, Randy Matthews, Adree Lakey-Whitefield and Alexis Wing

    Athletics Hall of Honor Class of 2018

    Angelo State University inducted six new members into the Athletics Hall of Honor on March 23. This 10th class of honorees brought the total number of members to 41.
  • Superhero in the Making: Michael Urquidi as both a baseball player and a nurse

    Superhero in the Making

    Just like a movie or comic book superhero, senior Michael Urquidi proudly displays the ASU logo on his chest, whether it’s on his nursing scrubs or his Rams baseball uniform.

Highlights More Highlights

  • John Delk: John Delk, Class of 1996 (B.A.)

    John Delk

    For his career success, dedication to community and continued support of ASU, the Alumni Association has named Delk a 2018 Distinguished Alumnus.
  • Seeing Stars: Dr. Kenneth Carrell in the planetarium

    Seeing Stars

    When Dr. Kenneth Carrell was a grade-schooler in nearby Mertzon, he came with his class to tour the ASU Planetarium. Little did he know that one day he would be running the place.
  • The Icing on the Cake: First-year coach Kaylee Feece made history and led the ASU Cheer Team to a 2018 National Championship.

    The Icing on the Cake

    Just a year ago, ASU cheer coach Kaylee Feece stepped foot on campus for the first time.

Giving More Giving stories

  • A Perfect Partnership: Blake Vincent, Bryan Vincent, and Lloyd Norris

    A Perfect Partnership

    ASU’s College of Business received a $5 million gift from alumni Lloyd Norris and Blake and Bryan Vincent.
  • In the Business of Legacies: On April 21, Richard and B.J. Mayer officially opened the Mayer Press Box with help from their grandson, Clark Mayer, Roscoe and Bella. Funded by a generous gift from the Mayers, the 7,300-square-foot facility houses restrooms and concession stands on the first floor, media and VIP suites on the second floor, coaches’ and VIP suites on the third floor, and a video deck on the roof.

    In the Business of Legacies

    Forward-thinking alumni and friends of Angelo State University have helped us continue to grow and flourish.
  • Rams Reload 2019: Rams Reload Logo

    Rams Reload 2019

    Join us for the third annual Rams Reload Sporting Clay Shoot hosted by the San Angelo Claybird Association on Saturday, May 4, 2019.