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Area students named to President's Honor Roll at Washington State University

Students from Black Diamond, Covington, and Maple Valley have been named to the President's Honor Roll at Washington State University.

The President’s Honor Roll recognizes students who stand above the rest with excellent academic performance. To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of nine graded hours in a single term at WSU and earn a grade point average of 3.75 or earn a 3.50 cumulative GPA based on 15 cumulative hours of graded work.

Students from Black Diamond are: Ben John Finch, Robert Elmer Finch, Toree Rae Flynn, Brennan Joseph Harper, Jennifer Marie Irish, Jill Marie Jamison, Abigail Marie Meyer, and Erica Lynn Parkin.

Students from Covington are:  Mara Jhozel Almanzor, Sarah Marie Belter, Joel Joseph Firman, Shelby Lynn Mastroianni, Emily Rae Reichlin, Brianna Elizabeth Riddle, and Katheryne Elisabeth Yates.

Students from Maple Valley are: Jami Mae Anderson, Victoria Waverly Bland, Alexandra Lore Bonwell, Logan Heath Bowman, Brandon James Clem, Samantha Josephine DeLeon, Emily Anne Dreke, Elizabeth Jasmine Erickson, Brittany Elise Ferguson, Kathleen Elizabeth Galloway, Logan John Gudde, Andrew James Kerslake, David Robert Kerslake, Diane Elizabeth Marines, Michelle Marie McKinley, Mitch Allen Modin, Kyle James Murphy, Gregory Karl Nelson, Ashley  Olson, Emily Josephine Page, Olivia May Ranft, Jordan David Rehwaldt, Mark Andrew Stevens, Adam Marshall Seungshik Thompson, Andrew Douglas Myoungshik Thompson, and Samuel Isaac Zander.

 

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