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Washington and Lee University

Washington and Lee University

Wayde Zachary Christian Marsh, B.A., Class of 2013

Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award Biography

Marsh, from Milford, Del., received a B.A. with majors in politics and religion, with honors in religion. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and participated in varsity track and field. He was the captain of varsity swimming and All-American in swimming, was All-Bluegrass Mountain Conference Selection (swimming) and held three school records in swimming. Earlier this spring, he was awarded the William D. McHenry Male Scholar-Athlete Award.

Marsh was president of Phi Eta Sigma First-Year Honor Society, won a Religion Department Award for Excellence and belonged to Pi Sigma Alpha Politics Honor Society, Generalprobe (German Play Company) and the German Club.

Marsh was president of the Alpha Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honorary and vice president of 1 in 4 Sexual Assault Prevention group. He was head resident adviser for upper-division housing and a student leader in this year's Questioning the Good Life seminar series. He also volunteered as a Special Olympics swim coach.

Wayde will study at Duke University Divinity School.

Sources: file, personal information, conversations 2013

Written by: Jim Farrar, jdfarrar@wlu.edu, and Scott Dittman, sdittman@wlu.edu

Updated:June 24, 2013