Bethany College Announces Spring 2017
President’s and Dean’s List

BETHANY, W.Va. – Bethany College has announced the President’s List and the Dean’s List for the spring semester of the 2016-2017 school year. Those named to the President’s List must have achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average while completing a minimum of 12 graded credit hours. Those named to the Dean’s List much have earned a grade point average of 3.65 or better for the semester while completing a minimum of 12 graded credit hours.

President's List:

Emily Anderson (Wheeling, West Virginia)
Abby Arkwright (Ellwood City, Pennsylvania)
Mackenzie Bosley (Buckhannon, West Virginia)
Evan Byrne (Chandler, Arizona)
Ashley Cass (McDonald, Pennsylvania)
Michael Ceraolo (Weirton, West Virginia)
Lauren Davis (Gandeeville, West Virginia)
Emily DiMichele (Butler, Pennsylvania)
Leighanna Frantz (East Liverpool, Ohio)
Alaina Geer (Greensburg, Pennsylvania)
Carly Grady (Keyser, West Virginia)
Emily Griffith (Bridgeport, West Virginia)
Miranda Heitz (Wheeling, West Virginia)
Dakota Hudson (Bethany, West Virginia)
Olivia Konopka (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Rebecca Lee (Huntington, West Virginia)


Zachary Lowe (Jacksonville, Florida)
Logan Mayhew (Morgantown, West Virginia)
Maclaine Murad (Bridgeport, Ohio)
Robert Murano (Canonsburg, Pennsylvania)
Megan Nally (New Cumberland, West Virginia)
Geoff Pecar (Cadiz, Ohio)
Toshia Rush (Alum Bank, Pennsylvania)
Taylor Sasak (Berea, Ohio)
Joseph Sawyer (Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania)
Dixie Schultz (California, Kentucky)
Kayla Schultz (Coraopolis, Pennsylvania)
Lauren Simpson (Washington, Pennsylvania)
Katelyn Sparks (Macedonia, Ohio)
Becca Theaker (Bridgeport, Ohio)
Haley Thompson (Toronto, Ohio)
Jaclyn Vealey (Whitesville, West Virginia)
Ashley Worst (Apollo, Pennsylvania)

Dean's List:

Ryan Anselmino (North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania)
Joshua Beck (Wellsburg, West Virginia)
Drake Berlin (Washington Court House, Ohio)
Samantha Binkley (Ontario, Canada)
Sierra Bone (Follansbee, West Virginia)
Stacy Boston (Follansbee, West Virginia)
Julia Bromyard (Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania)
Meghan Brooks (Steubenville, Ohio)
Alexis Castro (Lorain, Ohio)
Matthew Cavanagh (Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania)
Angelica Darling (Silver Spring, Maryland)
Jessica Deems (West Alexander, Pennsylvania)
Kaleigh Dixon (Shaker Heights, Ohio)
Ryan Donnelly (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Josie Doss (Fort Gay, West Virginia)
Caroline Dudley (Baker City, Oregon)
Jada Epps (Monroeville, Pennsylvania)
Alexandra Ercole (Wilmington, Delaware)
Joseph Faralla (Broadview Heights, Ohio)
Joshua Fisher (Hamburg, New York)
Haylee Frazier (Hamilton, Ohio)
Rachel Gantzer (Morgantown, West Virginia)
Aidan Garvey (Wellsburg, West Virginia)
Benjamin Gavlik (Hong Kong)
Nicholas Glenn (Sydney, Australia)
Amanda Gurdish (Bentleyville, Pennsylvania)
Lillian Hall (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)
Devon Jones (Woodsfield, Ohio)
William Kanters (Massillon, Ohio)
Abigail Kojsza (Wayne, West Virginia)
Jesse Lathrop (Hanover, Pennsylvania)
Taylor Leach (Gaithersburg, Maryland)
Kelly Leihy (Bowie, Maryland)
Megan Lindley (Bentleyville, Pennsylvania)
Abbigayle Lins (Williamsburg, Virginia)
David Lipscomb (Greenwood, West Virginia)
Lindsey Llewellyn (Vermilion, Ohio)

Sarah London (Whitehouse Station, New Jersey)
Reed Long (Carmichaels, Pennsylvania)
Julianna Martin (Altamont, New York)
William McLuckie (Houston, Pennsylvania)
Charles Meriweather (Sagamore Hills, Ohio)
Alexis Monroe (Mingo Junction, Ohio)
Alexis Naples (Salem, Ohio)
Ryan Nickerson (Huntington Beach, California)
Kyle Oakes (West Mifflin, Pennsylvania)
Nativa O’Brien (Everett, Pennsylvania)
Michael Pasquale (Avella, Pennsylvania)
Michelle Paugh (Fairmont, West Virginia)
Austin Paul-Orecchio (Weirton, West Virginia)
Lindsay Piatt (Toronto, Ohio)
Korey Platt (Germantown, Maryland)
Patrick Plavko (Greensburg, Pennsylvania)
Desiree Podgorski (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Lauren Rao (North Tonawanda, New York)
Sean Rhodes (Indiana, Pennsylvania)
Austin Ritchea (Bethany, West Virginia)
Alyssa Rodriguez (Wheeling, West Virginia)
Michaela Ross (Charleston, West Virginia)
Caroline Rubash (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Sarah Sebetich (Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania)
Kelsi Settle (Sebring, Ohio)
Michael Shenton (Chester, West Virginia)
Alyssa Smydo (Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania)
Stephanie Sowers (Harpers Ferry, West Virginia)
Michael Springer-Ingram (Manchester, New Hampshire)
Jacob Stemmerich (Greensburg, Pennsylvania)
Ashley Taylor (Wakeman, Ohio)
Elizabeth Timas (Middlefield, Ohio)
Abigail Turner (Huntington, West Virginia)
Katherine Vallone (Rochester, New York)
Ashley Veryser (Cygnet, Ohio)
Brooklyn Wilson (Washington Court House, Ohio)
Morgan Wyckoff (Washington Court House, Ohio)
Lucas Yeck (New Brighton, Pennsylvania)
Samantha Zoeller (Prosperity, Pennsylvania)

About Bethany College

Bethany College is located on a picturesque and historic 1,300-acre campus in the northern panhandle of West Virginia. Founded in 1840, Bethany is the state’s oldest private college and is a contemporary institution based in a strong tradition in the liberal arts.

The College offers a wide array of studies in more than 25 fields of study. The College's program of classical liberal arts education prepares students for a lifetime of work and a life of significance. Bethany places particular emphasis on leadership and incorporates pre-professional education in dentistry, engineering, law, medicine, physical therapy, public administration, theology and veterinary medicine.