Darke County students make Wright State dean’s list


DAYTON – More than 2,800 Ohio students at Wright State University earned dean’s list honors during the spring 2018 semester, based on their grade point averages.

All students must take 12 or more credit hours and must have achieved at least a 3.5 grade point average to be placed on the dean’s list.

Darke County students to make the dean’s list were:

  • Brooklyn Baker of Arcanum
  • Katrina Baker of Arcanum
  • Hannah Barga of Ansonia
  • John Barga of Versailles
  • Mariah Barga of New Weston
  • Makayla Berger of Yorkshire
  • Morgan Booher of Arcanum
  • Daniel Borchers of Versailles
  • Sydney Bowser of Arcanum
  • Scott Buschur of New Weston
  • Brianne Buzard of Versailles
  • Luke Cetnar of West Manchester
  • Caitlyn Clark of Greenville
  • Chloe Clark of New Madison
  • Mason DeMange of Versailles
  • Sierra Dearing of Greenville
  • Reed Denlinger of Laura
  • Lindsey Didier of Versailles
  • Heather Dirksen of Union City
  • Kara Donbrock of Versailles
  • Brooke Dunlevy of Bradford
  • Madison Evers of New Weston
  • Taylor Filbrun of West Manchester
  • Joseph Flayler of Arcanum
  • Paige Flory of Greenville
  • Vincent Graves of New Weston
  • Holly Grosch of Arcanum
  • Kalista Harleman of New Madison
  • Danielle Hesson of Versailles
  • Morgan Heuker of Fort Loramie
  • Brittney Hiestand of New Weston
  • Shelby Holzapfel of New Paris
  • Kelsie Hunt of Union City
  • Reece Hunt of Greenville
  • Megan Jones of Ansonia
  • Adam Kemper of Versailles
  • Elizabeth Knapke of Versailles
  • Kayla Knapke of New Weston
  • Ryan Knapke of Versailles
  • Ryan Knapke of Versailles
  • Ryan Koeller of Gettysburg
  • Rachel Kremer of Versailles
  • Alexis Kreusch of Arcanum
  • Emily Langenkamp of Rossburg
  • Megan Laux of Greenville
  • Marshall Leichty of Greenville
  • Adam Lyons of Versailles
  • Lee Marchal of Rossburg
  • Tyler Martin of New Madison
  • Courtney McEldowney of Versailles
  • Megan McFaddin of Arcanum
  • Melinda Meiring of Osgood
  • Morgan Middendorf of Versailles
  • Ashley Mikesell of Greenville
  • Caitlin Moody of Rossburg
  • Courtney Moody of Rossburg
  • Jonathan Moorman of Versailles
  • Brooke Muhlenkamp of Rossburg
  • Clinton Neal of Ansonia
  • Aaron Niekamp of New Weston
  • Hannah Niekamp of North Star
  • Kami Ording of Versailles
  • Elizabeth Osterloh of New Weston
  • Colleen Pohlman of Yorkshire
  • Emily Ruhenkamp of North Star
  • Isaac Ruhenkamp of Rossburg
  • Allyce Russell of Greenville
  • Dyllan Saintignon of Greenville
  • Madison Schaar of Arcanum
  • Cole Skelton of Arcanum
  • Maxwell Stachler of Versailles
  • Makensy Stump of Ansonia
  • Taylor Thwaits of Ansonia
  • Craig Ungruhn of New Weston
  • Megan VanSkyock of Versailles
  • Audrey Voisard of Versailles
  • Haley Wampler of Ansonia
  • Jacob Wenning of Yorkshire
  • Hayden Westfall of Arcanum
  • Kelsey Westgerdes of Rossburg
  • Breana Winner of Yorkshire
  • Morgan Winner of New Weston
  • Ariel Zeiler of Bradford

A Carnegie-classified research university, Wright State University’s main campus is 12 miles northeast of downtown Dayton near the historic landmarks where the Wright brothers taught the world to fly. The university operates a branch campus, Wright State University–Lake Campus, on the shores of Grand Lake St. Marys in Celina.

Wright State serves nearly 18,000 students and offers more than 190 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and professional degree programs through eight colleges and three schools, including Professional Psychology and the Boonshoft School of Medicine.

For more information, visit www.wright.edu.