Kimberly Frost of Woodinville earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education at George Fox University (Newberg, Ore.).
Susan Y. Ahn of Bothell graduated from Western New England University (Springfield, Mass.) with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
Kyle Wasson graduated cum laude from St. Olaf College (Northfield, Minn.) with a major in Performance.
Kayla Roberson from Woodinville graduated from Wheaton College (Wheaton, Ill.) cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Science.
Madison A. Kilgore from Woodinville has graduated from Hartwick College (Oneonta, N.Y.).
The following students have been named to the Honor Roll at Oregon State University (Corvallis): From Bothell: Lauren N. Bickhaus, majoring in Human Development & Family Science; Ciera J. Edison, majoring in Fisheries & Wildlife Science; Rebecca M. Crawford, majoring in Biology; Nicholas E. Kostelecky, majoring in Biochemistry & Biophysics; and Victor M. Puoci, majoring in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. From Kenmore: Tessa Alger, majoring in Merchandising Management. From Woodinville: Haley M. Conklin, majoring in Digital Communication Arts and David J. Fletcher, majoring in Biology.
Ali McAllister-Day of Bothell was named to the University of New Hampshire's (Durham, N.H.) Dean's List for the Spring 2017 Semester. She is majoring in BiomedScience: Med&VetSci.
Six members of local Girl Scout Troop 45199 recently donated four cases of Girl Scout cookies to their local Woodinville Fire Department. Chandler Lavin, Alex Olson, Holly Hale, Kiera Koole, Madison Binek & Breanna Condron (left to right) felt that there was no better way to say ‘Thank You for helping to keep our community safe’ than with Girl Scout cookies!
Pictured: Standing in back - Jordan Kipp (L) and Allison Hutt (R); Sitting in front (L to R) - Isabel Gonsalves, Toby Neumann, Katie Bero, and Cassidy Hutt. Not pictured - leaders Jennifer Kipp and Kristen BeroSix Girl Scouts earn Bronze Award
Girl Scouts from Woodinville Junior Troop #45434 formed a Bronze Award team and completed all requirements to earn the Bronze Award. The Bronze Award is the highest award that a Junior Girl Scout can attain. The scouts chose to promote literacy and developed a plan that would benefit their local community. For their project, the scouts decided to organize a book drive. They collected and sorted over 1,000 books for Woodin Elementary students. Principal Dawn Bowers and Assistant Principal Brian Matthias of Woodin Elementary met with the Bronze Award team during their delivery of the books in June, 2017.
The following Inglemoor High School Students graduated from Harvey Mudd College (Claremont, CA): Paige Elaine Rinnert received a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Engineering and graduating with honors; Ian Schweickart received a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Mathematics.
Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, MO awarded a Master of Science degree, Engineering Management to Margaret Jane Bowman of Woodinville.
Michael J. Mangione of Woodinville received a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Boston University.
DEAN'S LIST: Marshall Hobson-Ritz of Kenmore was named to Cornell College (Mount Vernon, IA) Dean's List.
Emiley Melillo of Kenmore earned Dean's List Honors at Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI.
Julia Howard of Kenmore was named to the University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL) President's List.
Montana State University in Bozeman announced that the following students made the President's* or Dean's List Honor Roll: From Bothell: Cailin Jewell, John McVickar, Liam O'Rourke, Madisyn Schmitt*, Caleb Sill* From Kenmore: Kayleigh De Lanoy, Michael Lewis From Woodinville: Daniel Bachler, Catherine Fernandez, Rachel Kepl
Western Washington University (Bellingham) student Alyssa Marie Parris, daughter of Cory and Leslie Parris of Bothell, has received the $1,000 Alumni Association Leader Scholarship for the 2017-2018 academic year.
From left to right, Beau Hopmere, Dustin Lind, Sebastian McRae, Christopher Reagan and Luke Mollerup. Four of the boys attend Woodinville HS and Sebastian attends Redmond HS.Troop 575 recognized their newest Eagle Scouts recently. Only eight percent of Scouts achieve this highest honor.
Augustine Ardiente of Bothell graduated from the University of Hartford (West Hartford, CT). Ardiente, a music theatre major, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University's The Hartt School.
Shelby Heath of Woodinville graduated from the University of San Diego on May 28. Heath earned a bachelor's degree in Marketing.
Chunsheng Qiu of Bothell has received his Master of Science in Computer Science Degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
The following Woodinville residents have graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA: Conner Brueske, Yuliya Golovchanova, Abigail Gress, Katherine Hall, Anthony Nowak, and Caroline Ptaszynski.
Larry Baker Bruce of Bothell, WA, has been named to Eastern New Mexico (Portales, NM) University's Dean's List for the spring 2017 semester.
Mitchell Bonner of Bothell was named to Dean's List at Grove City College (Grove City, PA). Mitchell is a Marketing Management major and is a 2015 graduate of Providence Classical Christian.
Sierra Utton from Bothell was named to Dean's List at Fort Lewis College (Durango, CO). Utton's major is Biology.
Taylor L. Bingea made the Dean's List at Pacific Lutheran University for 2017 Spring Semester.
Meghan J. McCahill of Woodinville has been named to the Baylor University, Hankamer School of Business, Dean's Honor Roll.
Marie Haaland and Meg Dillard both of Bothell were named to Hofstra University (Hempstead, NY) Dean's List.
Carroll College in Helena, MT announced that the following two local students earned Dean's List recognition: Madeline Westom of Bothell and Jane Reid of Kenmore.
The following Woodinville residents have earned placement on the Gonzaga University (Spokane, WA) President's List (3.85-4.0): Emily Arnesen, Emmy Billmaier, Jessica Bruce, Abigail Gress, Rachel Rolling, and Jacob Yee. These students have earned placement on the Dean's List (3.5-3.84): Daniel Bies, Makayla Bowdish, Conner Brueske, Amy Falla, Daniel Fredrickson, Yuliya Golovchanova, Jacob Gordon, Matthew Gregory, Maxwell McKee, Caroline Ptaszynski, Joanne Raymond, William Robinson, Grace Shaw, and Eric Zander.
The following Bothell residents have been inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society): Dallin Jensen and Ryan Loutsis were initiated at Central Washington University.
Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, ID announced the following candidates to the Dean’s List for 2017 spring semester: Olivia Carter of Bothell, Nathan Lundberg and Wesley Welch both of Woodinville.
Kj Severin of Woodinville, was recognized by Lawrence University (Appleton, WI) at its recent annual honors and awards dinner. Severin received the $1,250 Dorrit F. Friedlander Scholarship, which assists a German major who will be studying in Germany. Severin will spend the fall studying in Berlin.
Megan DiDonizioThe prestigious P.E.O. STAR Scholarship was presented to Megan DiDomizio (pictured above), a senior at Woodinville High School. The scholarship based on excellence in leadership, extracurricular activities, community service, academics and potential for future sucess was presented at a private awards ceremony by P.E.O. Chapter ET. DiDomizio will attend The University of California at San Diego where she has plans to study Bioengineering beginning this fall.
Jeren Andreotti, a local Woodinville senior has been invited to play for the USA in a Lacrosse Tournament that begins in Berlin on June 15, 2017. He has played for the Woodinville LAX club for the past six years, and has been highlighted as a top defender in the Kingco League and in the State of Washington. Says Andreotti of the invitation, “I am so honored to play the sport I love most, and for the country I love too. It’s pretty incredible to have the chance to do this and make lacrosse a more global sport.”
GOLD RIVER, Calif. – A foot. Sixty-nine thousandths of a second. That was the difference as the UW men's rowing team fell agonizingly short of regaining the Intercollegiate Rowing Association national championship regatta Sunday at Lake Natoma.
Having won national titles in each of their other three races – the second and third varsity eights and the varsity four – Washington fell to Yale by 0.069 seconds in the feature race of the regatta, the men's varsity eight grand final.
"I think they had an outstanding race," UW head coach Michael Callahan said of his varsity eight. "It looked like we were in position to maybe do it, but in the end Yale was able to have a better day.
"I think Yale has developed a lot of experience," Callahan continued. "They have been winning a lot of close races. They have a lot of veterans in that boat now and it's a tribute to them."
The Huskies did regain the Jim Ten Eyck Memorial Trophy as the overall points champion, their 10th in the last 11 years, thanks to national titles in the other three categories. Washington finished with 211 points (points were awarded for the three eights races only), while Yale came in second with 195. The Huskies' streak of nine straight Ten Eycks had been broken last year.
The 2nd varsity boat has two Woodinville natives in it and they earned the "Kennedy Cup" and a national championship. They are Junior Rielly Milne-coxswain and Freshman Sam Halbert-3 seat.