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Swampscott students honored at Bates, Lehigh, Stonehill, URI, WPI

SWAMPSCOTT, MA – These Swampscott students were among those who recently earned academic or athletic honors from colleges, universities and schools across the country.

Six Swampscott students were named to the University of Rhode Island Dean’s List in Spring 2024. Isabel Lanzilli, Krista Dariotis, Lily Reiter, Sophia Mento, Caterina Kelly and Allison Burgess each had a quality-point average of 3, 3 or better as a full-time student.

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Springfield College has recognized Zachary Barden and Dylan Dubiel to its Dean’s List for spring 2024. Barden is majoring in Integrative Studies and Dubiel is majoring in Criminal Justice.

Joe Ford was named to the Lasell College Dean’s List with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

Evelyn Dove, Alexa Winter and Jackson Byrne were among the 823 graduates of Salve Regina University this spring. Dove earned a BS in Elementary Education, Winter earned a BA in Studio Art-Painting, and Byrne earned a Masters of Business Administration.

Jack Custer and Isabella Perault were among 751 recipients of Bachelor of Arts degrees at the 178th College of the Holy Cross, which began May 24 at the DCU Center in Worcester.

Isabelle O’Toole earned a spot on the Lehigh University Dean’s List with a grade-point average of 3.6 or better while completing at least 12 hours of coursework.

Regis College said Caylee Conrad of Swampscott was named to the college’s Spring 2024 Dean’s List in recognition of their outstanding academic performance.

Tyler Marshall was one of 625 students scheduled for Stonehill College’s 73rd Commencement on May 19.

Assumption University said Chloe Freddo, class of 2027, has been named to the university’s Dean’s List for the spring semester of 2024. Students named to the Dean’s List must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 for a semester of five classes and 15 credits to be included on the list.

Kimberly Way was named after Southern New Hampshire UniversityWinter 2024 President’s List. Winter conditions run from January to May. Full-time students who have achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.700 and above for the reporting period are named to the President’s List.

Nicholas Sirota, a member of the class of 2025 majoring in Architectural Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, was a member of a student team that recently completed an intensive research project titled Maximizing Use of AECP’s Diabetes Online Training Platform.

Ryan Hebenstreit was among the students who qualified for Belmont University’s Spring 2024 Dean’s List.

Along with 23 other students from Stonehill College’s DECA chapter, Colton Ritchie, member of the class of 2024, recently attended the International Career Development Conference in Austin, Texas. Stonehill students competed against more than 200 schools in competitive case study events designed to prepare them to become leaders and entrepreneurs.

Kassi Johnson was recently inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society. Johnson was inducted into the University of Massachusetts.

Dylan Roberts was named to the Bates College Dean’s List for the fall/winter semester ending December 2023. This is an honor earned by students whose grade point average is 3.92.
or higher. Roberts is studying biology at Bates.

Alexa Rosenman was named to the Pomfret School’s Winter 2023-2024 Honors List. To achieve this level of distinction, Alexa achieved a grade point average of at least 3,330 and received no grade lower than a B.

(Patch wants to recognize Swampscott students who have moved on succeed athletically and academically in colleges or universities. To leave us know their stories at [email protected].)

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