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Le Moyne College Announces Spring 2015 Dean’s List

SYRACUSE, NY – The following students have been named to the Dean’s List at Le Moyne College for the 2015 Spring Semester.

To be named to the list, a student must obtain a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Kaitlyn Armstrong of Oswego (13126) a Senior Biology major

Daniel Bolster of Fulton (13069) a Senior Environmental Science Systems major

Leah Bombard of West Monroe (13167) a Junior Psychology major

Erin Chetney of Oswego (13126) a Junior Accounting major

Evan Davis of Oswego (13126) a Sophomore Biology major

Victoria Frazier of Oswego (13126) a Senior Spanish major

Benjamin Fruce of Fulton (13069) a Junior Biology major

Michelle Gorea of Fulton (13069) a Junior Undeclared-Nursing major

Abigail Haessig of Oswego (13126) a Senior Communications major

Rebecca Hall of Pulaski (13142) a Junior Mathematics major

Danielle Holland of Oswego (13126) a Senior Bus Admin: Mgt and Leadership major

Cassondra Horridge of Pulaski (13142) a Junior Undeclared-Nursing major

Anthony Lalone of Phoenix (13135) a Senior Bus Admin: Mgt and Leadership major

Ashley McCann of Fulton (13069) a Junior Biology major

Elizabeth Peters of New Haven (13121) a Senior Bus Admin: Marketing major

Elizabeth Russell of Phoenix (13135) a Junior English major

Shelby Sheehan of Pulaski (13142) a Junior Undeclared-Nursing major

Christopher Smith of Oswego (13126) a Junior Sociology major

Adellynne Studer of Bernhards Bay (13028) a Junior Biology major

Daniel Summerville of Fulton (13069) a Senior Biology major

Macy Teifke of Mexico (13114) a Senior Political Science major

Ashley Van Patten of Mexico (13114) a Sophomore Human Resource Management major

Gregory Verwey of Hannibal (13074) a Senior Biology major

Brian Wilson of West Monroe (13167) a Senior Chemistry major

Noah Woods of Cato (13033) a Sophomore English major

Located in a suburban setting on a picturesque 160-acre campus in Syracuse, Le Moyne College is one of only 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States.

Offering more than 30 majors, Le Moyne provides a values-based education that helps students explore their potential through academics, experience and service.

For the past three years, Le Moyne has been ranked by The Princeton Review as one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, an honor achieved by only 15 percent of the colleges and universities in the nation.

A Le Moyne education provides students with the intellectual skills necessary to succeed in the world and the will to use their abilities to promote a more just society.