Class Notes | Obituaries
Showing class notes submitted in the last year by graduates in 2010
On June 23, 2012, Fr. Michael McCarthy married Austin Hamilton Woody '08 and Meghan Gonyea Madden '10 in the Santa Clara Mission, where the couple first met. Austin graduated from the Leavey School of Business with a degree in Accounting and Meghan graduated from the School of Arts and Sciences with degrees in Combined Sciences and French and Francophone Studies. This spring, Austin received his Master's in Global Policy Studies with an emphasis in International Trade and Finance from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas. Meghan graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center with her Master's in Public Health and began medical school at the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine. The couple now resides in Austin, TX.
Bobby Lorenzen ’09 and Julienne Syme ’10 were married at Mission Santa Clara on July 14. The wedding party included fellow Broncos William Syme ’08, John Lorenzen ’11, Riley Coon ’09, Adrienne Syme ’12 and Alexandra Hagerty ’08; over 60 additional alumni were in attendance. The newlyweds will live in San Francisco.
The Western New York Flash has signed Katherine Reynolds ’10 to its National Women’s Soccer League roster. Reynolds most recently played for the German club SC Freiburg.
Micael Nunes M.S. ’10 recently joined Ernst & Young's Operational Transaction Services Practice as a senior consultant. He will be working on assisting clients' execution of M&A transactions from multiple levels (technology, finance, etc.). He writes, "Really excited about my new position and using the skills learned at SCU."
Tommy Medica ’10 is in his third professional season with the Padres. Last year, Medica hit .330 for Single-A Lake Elsinore with 19 homers and 87 RBIs in 93 games.
While playing for Santa Clara, Medica suffered a devastating injury that dislocated the shoulder of his throwing arm when he was sliding into second base. “Eventually, my goal is to catch again,” Medica recently told the San Diego Union-Tribune. “If I can throw well enough to catch again, my chances are going to get a lot better. It’d be huge. And my arm feels 10 times stronger than it did last year.”
Brittany Luckham '10 earned a master's in clinical psychology, with an emphasis in family psychology, from Azusa Pacific University in July 2012. She will continue her studies towards a Psy.D.
Alyssa Savage '10 married Paul Hiu (Macquarie Uni, Sydney) on April 6, 2013 in beautiful Tiburon, California surrounded by 100 close friends and family. Alyssa and Paul met in 2008 when she was studying abroad in Sydney. Alyssa and Paul both live happily in Australia with Paul working as a chiropractor and Alyssa as a graphic designer. Fellow Broncos who attended the wedding include: Eric Pelfrey '09, Jenna Abeyta '09, Nicholas Duston '09, Rahul Hirani '10, Michael Lee '10, Ryan Clark '10, Chris Woodhouse '10, Brittany Benjamin '10, Ryan Amante '10, Giselle Estabrook '10, Carlo Ammatuna '10, Emily Entress '11, John Kurt Wagner '12, Jessica Dickey '12, Ryan Selewicz '13 and Samantha Juda '13.
Jenna Torosian '10 married Nicholas Fabino (Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo) on July 7, 2012, in Santa Barbara, Calif. Included in the wedding party were three fellow Broncos: maid of honor Kelly Torosian '14, and bridesmaids Kathryn Leahy '10 (current MBA student) and Laura Skinner '10. The newlyweds are happily settling into married life in Santa Barbara. Jenna recently joined the global wealth management group at Merrill Lynch, and Nick is a global sourcing engineer with Moss Motors.
Jenna Torosian Fabino '10 accepted a client-management position with FindTheBest.com, an unbiased, data-driven comparison site. The start-up Internet company is based in Santa Barbara, CA, where she is currently living with her husband.
Sara Sorto ’08, M.A. ’10 married Dave Carvalho in Los Gatos, Ca on October 7, 2012. They live in Santa Clara where Sara teaches at Santa Clara High.
Jeffrey Adams ’10 is appearing in the new play Animals, presented by Wide Eyed Productions, which follows a group of “twenty-somethings” kicking around their suburban hometown. The play is running as part of the FringeNYC Festival 2012 at the Kraine Theatre in New York City in August. Adams is also working on his MFA at the New School for Drama.