Alumni Updates - December

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We try to post one if not a few of these updates in these eLetters each month. We were lucky to get a NUMBER of updates for December. If you have an update that you would like to send directly to us for the website or a future SC Delta publication, you can submit you update right to the website here.

William Runge '91

William is a Broker with Collett in Greenville. He has over twenty-three (23) years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, and twenty (20) years working specifically with retail and restaurants.

He joined Collett & Associates in 2012 and is responsible for all phases of retail and restaurant leasing, investment property sales, land assemblage, and freestanding outparcel development.

Prior to joining Collett & Associates, William worked with Hughes Commercial Properties in their brokerage division for 12 years, before that, oversaw the Restaurant/Retail Division at NAI Earle Furman for 2 years, and prior to that, worked for 6 years with CB The Furman Co., in retail brokerage and commercial property management.

He resides in Greenville with his wife, Ashley, and their three children, Schaefer, Bralie, and Thomas. Thomas recently joined the chapter in the fall of 2019.
Mooney Player '54

A colorful character and master motivator, Brother Martin Mooneyham Player ’54 coached five high school state football championship teams: 1962 and 1963 at Saluda High, and 1965, 1967 and 19970 at Lower Richland. He was a lover of surprise plays and compiled a lifetime record of 157-22-7 for an amazing .877 winning percentage.

Mooney Player was head coach at Saluda High School from 1957 through 1963. During that span, he led Saluda to a 63-15-1 record. His teams won conference championships in 1959, 1962 and 1963. He also coached baseball and track. He was also one of the founders of the Saluda Youth Baseball program in 1961.

After coaching, he formed a motivational company called Mooney Player and Associates.

He is retired and resides in Columbia.
New President at SC Delta Chapter - Zach Hunter '21

Zach has been elected the new Eminent Archon and President of the SC Delta Chapter (Founded 1882) of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at the University of South Carolina. Previously he was the Recruitment Chairman that resulted in the largest new member class in the history of the chapter (42).

From Raleigh, North Carolina he attended Cary High School, the oldest high school in the state, from there he graduated with a 4.57 GPA and went on the attend the University of South Carolina where he is currently a Junior majoring in Operations and Supply Chain Management within the Darla Moore School of Business.

Last summer Zach interned for Dyson in their US headquarters in Chicago IL and worked as a Supply Chain and Logistics intern. This summer he will be returning to Chicago and working for BP as a Downstream Procurement Intern.

Zach states: "Throughout my time with SAE I have previously been recruitment chair and I look forward to stepping up as President in the spring. SAE Delta has a prosperous future and I look forward to leading us into better and bigger things."
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Jack Brooks '12
Jack has relocated from Olympia, Washington to Charleston where he is an Import Customer Service with MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company. He attended Wando High School.
Masters Tournament Selection
Brother Wyatt Ross '21, has been selected to work at The Masters in 2020. He states: "This is a great opportunity to learn about the operations of such an event and I can't wait to get to Augusta!" Wyatt is one of five 4.0 GPA students in the chapter from last semester. He is majoring in Sport and Entertainment Management. Wyatt attended Virginia Episcopal School sand is the son of Julie and Monty Ross from Southern Shores, NC.