Current scholars

St Leonards College Masters Scholars


Ana Hernandez Gil

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Basketball

MSc in Finance and Management

  • Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain
  • Hofstra University, New York City
Ana Hernandez Gil

Ana Hernandez Gil

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Basketball

MSc in Finance and Management

Why St Andrews?
I believe it offers a unique experience for students and it also has a reputation for world-class teaching. It is a beautiful place to be doing my masters.
Website
@UStABasketball
Twitter
basketball.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk


Victoria Tran

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MSc Human-Computer Interaction

  • Clarksville, Maryland
  • United States Naval Academy
Victoria Tran

Victoria Tran

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MSc Human-Computer Interaction

Why St Andrews?
Opportunity to get my masters at a prestigious university and continue playing soccer/football? Can’t say no to that!
Website
football.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAFootball


Sean Dube

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MSc Applied Statistics & Datamining

  • Naperville, Illinois
  • Amherst College
Sean Dube

Sean Dube

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MSc Applied Statistics & Datamining

Why St Andrews?
St Andrews because it is an incredibly historic institution and the best in the UK. Campus location is beautiful, and I could continue playing soccer
Website
football.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAFootball


Carly Wetzal

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MLitt Global Social and Political Thought

  • Clarksville, Maryland
  • University of North Carolina
Carly Wetzal

Carly Wetzal

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MLitt Global Social and Political Thought

Why St Andrews?
St. Andrews gave me a great opportunity to continue playing soccer while getting a masters at a top international university
Website
football.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAFootball


Aidan Leahey

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MSc Geochemistry

  • Exeter, Rhode Island
  • Hamilton College
Aidan Leahey

Aidan Leahey

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

Geochemistry MSc

Why St Andrews?
A beautiful university with a well known global presence in the geosciences so it was the perfect opportunity for me to continue my academics as well as get one last season playing soccer.
Website
football.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAFootball


Isabella Roselli

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

Global Social and Political Thought

  • Paramus New Jersey
  • Hamilton College
Isabella Roselli

Isabella Roselli

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

Global Social and Political Thought

Why St Andrews?
I chose St. Andrews because it provided me with the opportunity to continue a high level of education while continuing to shape my studies in government thought. It also has given me the possibility to continue playing the sport I love.
Website
football.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAFootball


Adia Grogan

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MSc Sustainable Development

  • Kennebunk, Maine
  • Saint Joseph’s College of Maine
Adia Grogan

Adia Grogan

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Football

MSc Sustainable Development

Why St Andrews?
The opportunities it offers.
Website
football.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAFootball


Thomas Parker

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

MSc in Banking and Finance

  • Christchurch, New Zealand
  • University of Oregon
Thomas Parker

Thomas Parker

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Golf Club Scholar

MSc in Banking and Finance

Why St Andrews?
I chose St Andrews because of its prestigious reputation for both academia and golf. I figured that as a keen golfer and academic, I could obtain literally the best of both worlds in each of these facets by joining the St Andrews family
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Facebook
@UStA600Club


Josie Baker

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Golf Club Scholar

International Business

  • USA
  • University of St Andrews
Josie Baker

Josie Baker

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Golf Club Scholar

International Business

Why St Andrews?
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Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


William Draper

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Golf Club Scholar

MSc Finance and Management

  • Oak Park, California
  • California Polytechnic State University
William Draper

William Draper

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Golf Club Scholar

MSc Finance and Management

Why St Andrews?
The university just offers everything, great academics and facilities to develop your personal value. Also meeting people from different places is what I was excited for when coming here.
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


Emily Gianunzio

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Hockey

Course

  • Darien, Connecticut
  • Bates College
Emily Gianunzio

Emily Gianunzio

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Hockey

Course

Why St Andrews?
I’m here at St Andrews because it was a great opportunity to continue my studies while playing sport and getting to experience Scotland
Website
hockey.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAHockey


Valerie Cranmer

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Lacrosse

Modern History (PhD)

  • Springfield, Virginia
  • Norwich University
Valerie Cranmer

Valerie Cranmer

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Lacrosse

Modern History (PhD)

Why St Andrews?
The academic reputation of St Andrews speaks for itself and the standard of the sports facilities are world class. I am also a massive golfer.
Website
lacrosse.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Facebook
@UStALacrosse


Derrick Dulo

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Rugby

Sustainable development

  • Nairobi, Kenya
  • University of Nairobi
Derrick Dulo

Derrick Dulo

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Rugby

Sustainable Development MSc

Why St Andrews?
The wonderful rich history and culture, high rating and a good student experience and societies.
Website
rugby.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStARugby


Sean Varty

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Rugby

Management

  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • University of Cape Town
Sean Varty

Sean Varty

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Rugby

Management

Why St Andrews?
I chose St Andrews as I believe it was the right institution to further my tertiary education as well as offer an invaluable life experience.
Website
rugby.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStARugby


James MacDonald

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Rugby

Course

  • South Africa
James MacDonald

James MacDonald

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Rugby

Course

Why St Andrews?
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Website
rugby.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStARugby


Benedict Morl

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Tennis

MSc Finance and Management

  • Hamburg, Germany
  • University of Hamburg
Benedict Morl

Benedict Morl

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Tennis

MSc Finance and Management

Why St Andrews?
I chose to study at the University of St Andrews due to its excellent academic reputation and the opportunity to further pursue my passion for tennis. 
Website
tennis.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStATennisClub


Rylan Scott

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Water Polo

Management

  • Santa Barbara, California
  • Texas A&M University
Rylan Scott

Rylan Scott

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | Water Polo

Management

Why St Andrews?
I studied abroad here during my undergrad and fell in love with both the school and my team. So when my coach offered for me to come back and play during post-grad, it was an offer I couldn’t refuse.
Website
water-polo.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAWaterpolo”

Scott Lang High Performance Athletes


Bergen Allee

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Basketball

Biology

  • Summit High School
Bergen Allee

Bergen Allee

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Basketball

Biology

Sporting achievements
  • Nominated Tennessean athlete of the month
  • Nominated gateway tire athlete of the week
  • Represented at all district team and all region team
  • Previous team made it to the championship in districts
  • Had one of the highest three point shooting averages in the district
  • Previous team won the championship in Nationals last year, one of the big AAU tournaments in the states. 
Website
basketball.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStABasketball


Amelia Peters

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Water Polo

Chemistry BSc (Hons)

  • Kesteven & Grantham Girls School
Amelia Peters

Amelia Peters

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Water Polo

Chemistry BSc (hons)

Sporting achievements
  • Represented GB in the U19 Women’s European Water Polo Championships in Madeira – Sept 2018, playing up two years in the 1999 born competition.
  • Played in the EU nations Cup in Czechia for the Senior Women’s England squad; I was top goal scorer for the team – May 2019.
  • Captained the team and won Silver for Rotherham in the National Age Groups U19 Cup – May 2019
  • Reselected for the new GB U19 squad, training monthly in Manchester and abroad in school holidays for the upcoming tournament in Ostia, Italy. Selected for training squad in Eger, Hungry in February 2020.
  • Played for City of Sheffield BWPL (British Water Polo League) in Division 1 – progressed to Super 5s (the top 5 teams in Britain) for second half of the season – currently third in the table and top goal scorer for Sheffield in Super 5s.
  • Played in the BUCS Nationals in 2022 where University of St Andrews won, and I won player of the match
Website
water-polo.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAWaterpolo


Vinson Wong

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Fencing

Physics and Applied Mathematics

  • Ryde School
Vinson Wong

Vinson Wong

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Fencing

Physics and Applied Mathematics

Sporting achievements
Academic Year of 2019-2020

  • Saint Andrews Distinction of Full Blue For Fencing
  • Finalist for the Sir Menzies Campbell Athlete of the Year Award
  • Acquired by Tier 1 Italian Club (Comense Scherma)
  • Qualified for the Italian Nationals
  • Turin Grand Prix Men’s Foil Category representing the Hong Kong national team – 208th
  • Captain of St Andrews Men’s Fencing Team
  • Re-elected as captain for 2020-2021 academic year
  • V Trofeo Scherma di Carnago (Italian regional open) Men’s Foil Category – 1st
  • Trofeo Pietro Ferrante Open Fioretto M. (Italian regional open) Men’s Foil Category -3rd
  • Zona Nord Gerenzano (Italian National Qualifiers) Men’s Foil Category – 12th
  • Stirling Sword Individual Men’s Foil Category – 1st
  • Stirling Sword Team Men’s Foil Category – 1st
  • Scottish 1A League- 1st Place
  • BUCS Men’s Team Trophy Finals (Couldn’t complete due to COVID-19)
  • Scottish Student Sports Individuals (Foil)-1st
  • Scottish Student Sports Individuals (Epee)-2nd
  • Scottish Student Sports Individuals (Sabre)-3rd
Website
fencing.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStAFencing


Sophie Lankford

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Cycling

Graduate Medicine (ScotGEM)

  • University of Nottingham
Sophie Lankford

Sophie Lankford

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Cycling

Graduate Medicine (ScotGEM)

Sporting achievements
  • I’m on the Scottish Cycling Performance Programme
  • 4th at the National Individual Pursuit Championships 2022
  • Longlist for Birmingham CWG 2022.
Website
triathlon.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/
Twitter
@UStATriathlonCycling


Emily Dark

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Hockey

Physics

  • Kilgraston School
Emily Dark

Emily Dark

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Hockey

Physics

Sporting achievements
  • Scottish Institute Supported Athlete.
  • Scotland’s youngest ever capped female player. Over 50 combined (Indoor and Outdoor) caps for Scotland
  • GB Elite Development Programme, 2018 – present.
  • Gold Medal and U21 Player of the Tournament at the European Championship II Division for Scotland – Glasgow – August – 2020.
  • Bronze at the Indoor European Championship II division – Croatia – Jan 2020.
  • Captain of Dundee Wanderers Ladies 1sts, 2018 – present.
  • Gold Medal and player of the tournament at the Indoor European Club Challenge I – Porto – Feb 2020.
  • Selected to play for Scotland v New Zealand and USA and for GB EDP v Belgium before these games were called off due to the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Invited to train at Bisham Abbey with the full Senior GB Women’s Hockey team – October 2020.
  • Selected for the Senior Great Britain squad against The Netherlands and Belgium – October 2020
  • Member of the GB Elite Development Programme for 4 years
  • Reserve for Commonwealth Games, Birmingham 2022
  • Premier league and Cup Champions 2022
Website
www.saints-hockey.com
Twitter
@UStAHockey


Raph Robeson

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Hockey

International Relations

Raph Robeson

Raph Robeson

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Hockey

International Relations

Sporting achievements
  • Futures Cup Bronze medalist in 2017
  • Club National outdoor champions with Guildford HC in 2017
  • School U16 National champions indoor and outdoor with Wellington College in 2018
  • Competed with England Hockey U16 team against Holland, Belgium, Germany and Ireland in 2019
  • Investec Women’s Hockey League Conference East winner with Wimbledon Hockey Club in 2020
  • Selected for England Hockey U18 squad in 2020 and 2021
Website
www.saints-hockey.com
Twitter
@UStAHockey


Grace Penny

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Lacrosse

Psychology

Grace Penny

Grace Penny

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Lacrosse

Psychology

Sporting achievements
  • Captain Scotland U19 (2022)
  • Represented Senior Scotland at World Cup Festival (2022)
  • Captained National Schools Lacrosse Champions (2022)
  • MVP attacker at National Schools Lacrosse Championship (2022) 
Website
lacrosse.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStALacrosse


Jemima Korvin

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Lacrosse

Medicine

Jemima Korvin

Jemima Korvin

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Lacrosse

Medicine

Sporting achievements
  • U20 England Lacrosse Player
  • Part of the National Academy, and have recently toured Prague with the U20 squad.
  • Winning this year’s U20 Home Internationals A team tournament.
  • Helped my team win the league, so we’re now National Champions! 
Website
lacrosse.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStALacrosse


Shay Bradley

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Rowing

Astrophysics

Shay Bradley

Shay Bradley

Scott Lang High Performance Athlete | Rowing

Astrophysics

Sporting achievements
  • Rowing for Team Scotland at Home International Regatta
  • 2022 Henley Royal Regatta Qualification
  • Scottish Indoor Rowing Champion in open category
  • BUCS regatta A final.
Website
rowing.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStARowing

Saints Golf Performance Scholars


Lucy Jamieson

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Chemistry BSc

  • Wirral, England
Lucy Jamieson

Lucy Jamieson

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Chemistry BSc

Why St Andrews?
The golf facilities are second to none, really provided me with the best opportunity to improve my game. Also, the general atmosphere of the town. The great academics it’s has to offer in junction with the golf history and opportunities readily available 
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


Megan Ashley

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

International Business

  • Blairgowrie, Scotland
Megan Ashley

Megan Ashley

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

International Business

Why St Andrews?
The reputation of St Andrews is well deserved, I’ve loved the introduction into new subjects such as Art History which I personally hadn’t studied before coming here, and everyday is different. The town is always vibrant with life and you really feel part of a strong community, and part of the history of the town. As a golfer in particular, St Andrews is just the perfect place to be, there is so much history here and it’s inspiring! I mean, what’s not to love? It’s a beautiful town with 7 great golf courses for us to choose from – we are really lucky!
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


Roddy McAuley

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Sustainable Development BSc

  • Glasgow, Scotland
Roddy McAuley

Roddy McAuley

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Sustainable Development BSc

Why St Andrews?
I ultimately chose to study at the University of St Andrews as the balance between golf and study was too good to pass up! The education is second to none in the UK and the golf is the best in the world. 
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


Adam Charlton

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Biochemistry BSc

  • Newcastle, England
Adam Charlton

Adam Charlton

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Biochemistry BSc

Why St Andrews?
For me, St Andrews gave me the best of both worlds: a fantastic place to develop my golf game as well as (hopefully!) achieving an amazing degree. Plus, it’s the home of golf!! 
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


Josie Baker

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

International Business MLitt

Josie Baker

Josie Baker

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

International Business MLitt

Why St Andrews?
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


Charlie Reynolds

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Economics

  • Mottingham, England
Charlie Reynolds

Charlie Reynolds

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Economics

Why St Andrews?
The weather and the people are pretty great as well!
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


Elise Bishop

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

  • Brussels, Belgium
Elise Bishop

Elise Bishop

600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

Why St Andrews?
I chose St. Andrews to balance studies and golf in an unbelievable setting! My favourite experience at St. Andrews so far has been playing the Links courses and going on a team trip to Ireland because I pushed myself to play competitive golf in tough conditions and most importantly, I enjoyed time away with my team. 
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club


Thomas Parker

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Club Performance Golf Scholar

MSc in Banking and Finance

  • Christchurch, New Zealand
  • University of Oregon
Thomas Parker

Thomas Parker

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Golf Club Scholar

MSc in Banking and Finance

Why St Andrews?
I chose St Andrews because of its prestigious reputation for both academia and golf. I figured that as a keen golfer and academic, I could obtain literally the best of both worlds in each of these facets by joining the St Andrews family
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Facebook
@UStA600Club


William Draper

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Golf Club Scholar

MSc Finance and Management

  • Oak Park, California
  • California Polytechnic State University
William Draper

William Draper

St Leonards College Masters Scholar | 600 Golf Club Scholar

MSc Finance and Management

Why St Andrews?
The university just offers everything, great academics and facilities to develop your personal value. Also meeting people from different places is what I was excited for when coming here.
Website
golf.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk
Twitter
@UStA600Club