Dutch Lamons - Dutch Lamons is currently a sophomore attending Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth, where he studies communications.
Dutch Lamons of Corona del Mar, California, is a well-rounded individual with a history of athleticism that won him much acclaim during his high school years. Football was Dutch Lamons’ best sport, and he played it all four years, in the positions of linebacker and fullback. In 2005 and 2006, Dutch Lamons was named both Team Captain and Defensive Player of the Year. In 2005, he further distinguished himself by earning a spot on the varsity team as a freshman. In 2007, thanks to his GPA of 3.8 during the season, he won the Scholar Athlete Award, and in 2008, he racked up the season’s most tackles and was once again named Defensive Player of the Year. In addition to his participation in football, Dutch Lamons played volleyball as Team Captain.
Today Dutch Lamons attends Texas Christian University (TCU), where he has studied communications since 2009 and plans to earn his Bachelor of Arts. He continues playing sports at college, participating in football, water polo, volleyball, wallyball, snowboarding, and wakeboarding. In other athletic pursuits, Dutch Lamons also serves as a Lifeguard at TCU in a work/study program. He was also chosen to act as a Counselor for the TCU Frog Camp, an orientation program for incoming freshmen. Additionally, he made it to the finals for the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Balanced Man Scholarship Award. As a member of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Dutch Lamons actively participates in the organization’s charity, known as Push America, which dedicates itself to educating current students, alumni, and communities on the “abilities of people with disabilities.”
A socially conscious individual, Dutch Lamons also volunteers for the KinderFrogs School at TCU, where he helps toddlers and pre-kindergarten children with developmental challenges. During his high school years, he worked with others by volunteering for the Best Buddies International program, which pairs students with individuals who have special needs, for friendship, mentorship, and extracurricular activities. He also hosted a Bible study for ninth grade boys three hours a week during his time at Corona del Mar High School.