Local students named to University of Dayton dean’s list


DAYTON — The University of Dayton has released its dean’s list for the Spring 2015.

The following undergraduate students are being honored for achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA for the semester:

McKenzie Anderson, of Sidney, in the College of Arts & Sciences; Allen Armstrong, of Sidney, in the School of Engineering; Emily Bensman, of Sidney, in the College of Arts & Sciences; Seth Bensman, of Sidney, in the School of Business Administration; Major Bernhold, of Minster, in the School of Business Administration; Taylor Borchers, of Russia, in the School of Education & Health Sciences; Victoria Borchers, of Russia, in the School of Education & Health Sciences; Averie Bornhorst, of Minster, in the College of Arts & Sciences; Lei Bornhorst, of Minster, in the School of Education & Health Sciences; Aaron Brandewie, of Fort Loramie, in the School of Engineering; Regina Brandewie, of Fort Loramie, in the School of Education & Health Sciences; Laura Condon, of Versailles, in the School of Education & Health Sciences; and Jacob Counts, of Sidney, in the College of Arts & Sciences.

Also, Ashley Demange, of Yorkshire, in the School of Engineering; Drew Elson, of Minster, in the College of Arts & Sciences; Austin Fischer, of Minster, in the School of Engineering; Claire Fischer, of Minster, in the School of Education & Health Sciences; Treg Francis, of Russia, in the School of Business Administration; Jack Fullenkamp, of Minster, in the School of Business Administration; Wesley Hegemann, of Minster, in the School of Business Administration; Nathan Holthaus, of Fort Loramie, in the School of Engineering; Mackenzie Howell, of New Bremen, in the School of Education & Health Sciences; Clay Hoying, of Fort Loramie, in the School of Engineering; Michael Jacob, of Sidney, in the School of Engineering; Andrew Kramer, of Versailles, in the School of Education & Health Sciences; Brian Kramer, of Versailles, in the College of Arts & Sciences; Amanda Kremer, of Houston, in the School of Business Administration; Amanda Meyer, of Anna, in the School of Business Administration; and Jacob Meyer, of Minster, in the School of Engineering.

Also, Hannah Overman, of New Bremen, in the College of Arts & Sciences; Matthew Pulfer, of Sidney, in the School of Engineering; Camille Puthoff, of Houston, in the School of Engineering; Taylor Schemmel, of New Bremen, in the School of Engineering; Brittany Sherman, of Minster, in the School of Business Administration; Marisa Spoltman, of Maria Stein, in the College of Arts & Sciences; Matthew Sprague, of Sidney, in the School of Engineering; Nicole St Clair, of Minster, in the School of Business Administration; Megan Timmerman, of Minster, in the School of Engineering; Zachary Wilker, of New Bremen, in the School of Business Administration; and Alexander Wolf, of Fort Loramie, in the School of Engineering.