Howdy! My name is Robert Buckreis. All my friends call me Robby. I am POUDLY from a small town just south of Houston, TX called Pearland. Nothing beats Texas Pride (although some states say they can beat it… false). Anyways, I am born and raised in this great state and wouldn’t have it any other way!I am a senior here at Trinity University. I am a neuroscience and business double major… polar opposites, I know. I am looking at a masters program in Health Care Administration at either U of H or here at Trinity. Many stressful, sleepless moons ago, I came here to Trinity from a very small private high school in Houston. My graduating class was 90 people. I came to Trinity for three reasons: small class sizes, good academics, and football. That is right, I played football here. After my first season of football, however, I decided I was going to try out for track and field just as something to keep me busy in the spring and to have a little fun.
I did track in high school and won my district but never thought I would do it at the collegiate level. Like I said, I joined track at Trinity mainly for fun. Within my first season, however, I broke the school record for the Hammer throw (shown to the right). It was such a proud and defining moment for me to see my name and an article about me on the school’s website. Since then I continued with Track for three more seasons and greatly look forward for my upcoming senior season. I am hoping to win our conference in my event!
Well, that is the down and dirty about me. I hope y’all weren’t too bored. I am excited for this communications class and being able to post my thoughts of every second on this feed. Just kidding! But, for real, I am looking forward to keeping up with this blog and seeing where this class will take us!
Y’all come back now, you hear!!