MEDINA, Ohio — School college students from Medina County have earned quite a few honors. Learn on for particulars:
Baldwin Wallace College: Baldwin Wallace College softball All-Ohio Athletic Convention junior, right-handed pitcher, Nikki Camarati of Brunswick, has been named the OAC Softball Pitcher for the second straight week the third this season and for the seventh time in her profession. She is a graduate of Holy Identify Excessive Faculty.
Camarati led BW (15-7, 13-7 OAC) to 4 victories over John Carroll College as she had a file of 2-0 with 25 strikeouts and 5 walks in 17 innings pitched. She began off the weekend with a 4-3 victory on Saturday as she allowed three runs on seven hits with a career-best tying 15 strikeouts and three walks in a career-high 15 innings. Camarati closed out the weekend with a 7-2 victory through which she allowed two runs on eight hits with 10 strikeouts and two walks.
In Camarati’s second excellent honor the earlier week, Camarati led BW to 4-0 victories over Otterbein as she had a file of 3-0 with 37 strikeouts and 4 walks in 20 innings pitched. She began off the weekend with a 4-1 victory on Saturday as she allowed the one run on three hits with two walks. Camarati, who pitched each video games on Sunday, gained the opener as she pitched a one hit and scoreless sixth inning affair with 12 strikes outs and no walks. Camarati closed out her spectacular weekend with a 2-1 victory as she allowed one run on 4 hits with 11 strikeouts and two walks.
This season, she leads the OAC in wins with 10, earned run common with a 2.22 ERA and in strikeouts with 131, which is 85 greater than the second-place pitcher.
For her profession, Camarati has appeared 49 video games with 39 begins. She has file of 31-8 with three saves. Camarati ranks second on the colleges’ all-time ERA record with 1.63, is second all-time in strikeouts with 353 and is tied for ninth in profession wins with 31.
* Baldwin Wallace College males’s lacrosse freshman attacker, Jake Nanosky of Medina has been chosen because the Ohio Athletic Convention Males’s Lacrosse Offensive Participant of the Week for the primary time in his profession. He’s a graduate of Medina Senior Excessive Faculty.
Nanosky earns his honor after scoring three objectives and including a career-high six assists for a career-best 9 factors in BW’s 17-4 victory over Otterbein College final Saturday.
This season, he leads the undefeated Yellow Jackets (6-0, 4-0 OAC) and is second within the OAC in objectives with 17 and factors with 31. Nanosky can be tied for third within the league with 14 assists.
Gettysburg School: Zowie Searcy of Medina has been positioned on the Gettysburg School Dean’s Honor record for excellent tutorial achievement within the Fall 2020 semester. College students with a top quality level common of three.60 or greater (on a 4.0 scale) for a semester’s work are positioned on the School’s Dean’s Honor Record.
Based in 1832, Gettysburg School is a extremely selective four-year residential school of liberal arts and sciences with a powerful tutorial custom that features Rhodes Students, a Nobel laureate and different distinguished students amongst its alumni. The school enrolls 2,600 undergraduate college students and is positioned on a 200-acre campus adjoining to the Gettysburg Nationwide Navy Park in Pennsylvania.
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: Ariannah Gaiser and Jeanette Goodman of Medina have been lately initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Gaiser was initiated at Hillsdale School. Goodman was initiated at Youngstown State College.
The ladies are amongst roughly 30,000 college students, school, skilled employees and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi every year. Membership is by invitation solely and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Solely the highest 10 p.c of seniors and seven.5 p.c of juniors are eligible for membership. Graduate college students within the prime 10 p.c of the variety of candidates for graduate levels may qualify, as do school, skilled employees and alumni who’ve achieved scholarly distinction.
Phi Kappa Phi was based in 1897 below the management of undergraduate scholar Marcus L. Urann who had a want to create a special sort of honor society: one which acknowledged excellence in all tutorial disciplines. Right this moment, the Society has chapters on greater than 325 campuses in america and the Philippines. Its mission is “To acknowledge and promote tutorial excellence in all fields of upper training and to interact the neighborhood of students in service to others.”
Since its founding, greater than 1.5 million members have been initiated into Phi Kappa Phi. Among the group’s notable members embrace former President Jimmy Carter, NASA astronaut Wendy Lawrence, novelist John Grisham and YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley. Every year, Phi Kappa Phi awards greater than $1 million to excellent college students and members via graduate and dissertation fellowships, undergraduate research overseas grants, funding for post-baccalaureate improvement, and grants for native, nationwide and worldwide literacy initiatives. For extra details about Phi Kappa Phi, go to www.phikappaphi.org.
College of Mount Union: The College of Mount Union’s Division of Theatre offered the attractive musical, “Songs for a New World,” with music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown, March 25-28.
This summary musical masterpiece contains a collection of songs all linked by a typical theme: “the second of resolution.” Whereas there are 4 characters described within the present, every character performs a number of roles whereas concurrently displaying a personality arc all through the musical. The Mount Union solid members offered 5 nice performances via appearing, distinctive surroundings and wonderful portrayal of this vocally demanding present.
Hannah Wasylko from Brunswick was concerned on this stage efficiency as a part of the performing ensemble.
“Songs for a New World” was directed by Kevin P. Kern with musical route by Ryan Bergeron. The exhibits have been offered in-person to campus audiences in a restricted capability.
Be taught extra about theatre at Mount Union by visiting mountunion.edu/theatre.