Class of 2004
Brooke Alexander was in the
first freshman class at Blessed Trinity.
During her junior year, she led BT’s golf team to its first state
championship, which was also the first state championship in all athletics for
the school. In her senior year, Brooke led
the golf team to its second state championship.
While at BT, Brooke was a member of three region championships in golf and was a low medalist for the region. In volleyball, she was a member of the Final Four team her senior year and led the volleyball team to their first playoff appearance in school history. Brooke also played basketball for one year and played tennis for one year as well.
After high school, she graduated from the University of Georgia where she majored in sports management and minored in Spanish. Brooke married Brian Nooney in September 2012 and works for Golfsmith in Atlanta where she handles regional field marketing events and promotions.
Class of 2004
Tyler Flowers was in the first freshman class at Blessed Trinity. He was a starting linebacker and fullback for the football team during his four-year high school career. Tyler was named All-County in football as a linebacker both his junior and senior year. He led BT to its first ever playoff appearance in football in 2002. To this day, Tyler still holds three football records.
As a baseball player at Blessed Trinity, Tyler played infield, pitcher, and catcher. He led the baseball team to the State Playoffs and Region Championships in 2003 and 2004. He was named All-County and All-Region all four years. Tyler holds the single season batting average record (.518) for Blessed Trinity he set in 2004, as well as the record for highest on base percentage (.710).
Tyler signed a scholarship with the University of Georgia, but was then drafted by the Atlanta Braves straight out of high school. He attended Chipola Junior College before ending up with the Braves. Tyler is married to his high school sweetheart and fellow BT alum, Nancy Fiedler ‘04. They have three children, Mia, Brantley, and Beckham. Tyler is currently a catcher for the Atlanta Braves.