Sumner Byron Myers was an American mathematician specialized in topology. He studied at Harvard University under H. C. Marston Morse, where he was graduated with a Ph.D. in 1932. Myers then pursued postdoctoral studies at Princeton University before becoming a professor for mathematics at the University of Michigan, where an award for outstanding students of mathematics has been named in his honor. He died unexpectedly from a heart attack during a football game.
She's not real vocal but she's kind of like glue. Everything fits together when we get her on the field. The kids see how she works and she gives everything that she has. That's the kind of leadership she gives.
We had five errors against Midland High and we just didn't hit very well. Plus they were hot because it didn't matter who we threw up there. I kind of saw it coming a little bit with the way we've been approaching things.