POTTSTOWN PA – Forty-three area residents, including those who attended Pottstown and Owen J. Roberts high schools, have earned academic honors and achievements as reported through Wednesday (Jan. 15, 2020) by their respective colleges and universities.
Recently making honors, deans’, provosts’ or presidents’ lists at their respective schools:
- At Cedarville University, Anna Wildermuth of Pottstown.
- At Pensacola Christian College, Alex Hart of Pottstown.
- At Dean College, Asahi Hirokawa of Pottstown.
- At Cedar Crest College, Khushali Vyas of Pottstown.
- At Bloomsburg University, Pottstown residents Amanda Conrad, Chloe Sullivan, Nicole Youtzy, Jailyn Davis, Patrick Agnew, Lauryn Moddrel, Michael Ragusa, Sarah Davis, Anna Dempsey, Taylor Runkle, Ian Van Wagenen, Jennifer Weston, and Kyle Wunderlich; in Royersford, Rebecca Cubbler, Kathryn Johns, Jaycie Clerico, James Wong, Lauren Young, Nathanael Hunt, and Lauren Stenson; and in Limerick, Noah Cancro.
- At Bucknell University, Ben McDonald of Pottstown; and in Royersford, Hannah Grillo.
- At Bob Jones University, Pottstown residents Hannah Delich, Isaac Sassa, and Luke Sassa.
- At Ohio Wesleyan University, Pottstown resident Jacob Bosko.
- At SUNY Canton, Kelly Starliper of Pottstown.
- At Slippery Rock University, Emily Walker of Royersford.
- At Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School, Phannita Siriwattanawong and Zhenqi Liu, both of Pottstown.
Enrolled for coming semesters at their respective schools:
- At Northampton Community College, Pottstown residents Sarah Rosenblatt, Kyla Dengler, and Jordan Siket; in Limerick, Stacey Weaver; and in Royersford, Destiny Smith.
Student-athletes named to the 2019 Middle Atlantic Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll from Alvernia University were Pottstown residents Isaiah Glover and Thomas Beck. Beck “competed as a member of the Golden Wolves men’s cross country during for the 2019 season while studying criminal justice,” the university said. Additionally, Marcus Martin of Pottstown competed as a member of its football team during the 2019 season while studying sport management.
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