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Brian was a four-time WISAA state champion in the discus from 1979- 1982. He was also a two-time WISAA state champion in the shot put from 1981-1982. His personal record for discus was 191 feet, 3 inches, and for shot put his best mark was 58 feet, 1½ inches.
After graduating from Premontre, he attended Stanford University, lettering in track and field during his junior and senior years. He graduated from Stanford with an Electrical Engineering degree in 1986.
Brian is now Executive Vice President of MedCAD, a customized surgical planning and device manufacturer in Dallas. He’s also principal and founder of Genesis Biosystems in Lewisville, Texas, and was formerly Vice President of Research & Development at Osteomed Corporation in Dallas along with his brother, Rick, who was an All-American hammer thrower for
Stanford in 1980 and former WIAA state champion in the discus.
Brian is married to Susan Dennis-Buss (Stanford, 1986), and they have three children, Grant, David and Sarah. Grant is a junior at the Colorado School of Mines, majoring in engineering and is the quarterback of the football team. David is a junior at Trinity University in San Antonio, majoring in finance and running cross- country in addition to competing in the steeplechase and javelin for track and field. Sarah is a sophomore at Trinity University, majoring in finance and competing on the women’s golf team.
Brian said, “I am a proud member of the Premontre family and athlete for the best coaches and men I have known in this sport, Harold Geiser and Richard Hietpas. The Premontre support system was nothing short of a family commitment. I truly remember the people of Premontre and the staff much more than any sports accomplishment. It was a pleasure to work hard on behalf of the school and, hopefully, help the school gain well-deserved notice as a leader in academic and athletic excellence.”