I’m trying to determine which colleges he went too. Anyway, the answer is Oregon State University for both!
Rory Albanese (Harvard Law School) – Rory made it to I didn’t see this in your NCAA stats about Rory’s law school days but if you go back and look at his profile on Twitter , he has put up quite a few photos of himself attending Harvard Law School. He graduates in May 2017. As part of his student life there, he was at Tigerfest during the fall semester back in 2014 probably when Remy was still an infant or just starting to be able to walk around the Boston area during the month of September. Rory wrote that he “taught” Remy running around campus when she could finally run well enough to stay close behind her mother during strolls through Harvard Square.The athletics theme for this event is “Showcase It On The Road”. The Boston Celtics won their first NBA championship back in June 1986 after defeating the Houston Rockets 4-3 in Game 7 of the NBA Finals with Larry Bird winning MVP honors for leading all players with 33 points while hitting 15 of 18 free throws resulting in a total team effort by all five Celtic starters scoring over 20 points apiece contributing to Boston’s victory including playing overseas.photographs taken at Tigerfest are available here . I’m hoping someone out there can identify who some these athletes are – if you know please leave a comment below!College Affiliation:
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