Gina Serluco and Judd Lutz Named 2010 Outstanding Senior Woman and Man at Mount Union
April 26, 2010
Gina Serluco of Boardman, OH was named Outstanding Senior Woman and Justin “Judd” Lutz of Bloomville, OH was named Outstanding Senior Man at Mount Union College during the annual Senior Recognition and Honors Convocation held Tuesday, April 20.
A middle childhood education major, Serluco’s campus activities have included serving as vice president of Alpha Delta Pi and president of the Student National Education Association. Active in the Association of Women Students, After Hours Program, First Year Experience Program, Alpha Phi Omega, CHOICES, GAMMA, Project Inspire, Student Senate and the Mount Union Chapter of the National Science Teacher Association, she also served as a Preview and Orientation Guide and Advancement Ambassador. Serluco is a member of Kappa Delta Pi. Order of Omega, Blue Key Honorary, Alpha Lambda Delta and Sophomore Service Honorary and has been named to Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges and the Dean’s List. She also is the recipient of this year’s Laurie Kolenbrander Public Service Award and was named the 2009 Homecoming Queen.
A mathematics major, Lutz has been honored with the Joseph Montgomery Leadership Prize and the Chris Schuh Award and has been named to the Dean’s List. He serves as president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Religious Life Council and is a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee. Lutz also served this year as co-chair for the Hugs for Haiti and Soles4Souls projects. A four-year member of the men’s football team, he was a Gagliardi Trophy finalist and named an Academic All Ohio Athletic Conference and All Ohio Athletic Conference athlete. Lutz is also a four-year member of both the men’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams, as well as a four-time All-American and two-time Academic All-American.
Semifinalists for Outstanding Senior Woman were Sarah Mariani, a communication major of Tallmadge, OH and Kristin Bowling, a media studies major of Homerville, OH. Semifinalists for Outstanding Senior Man were Jay Carpenter, a biology major of Fairmont, WV and Alex Koehler, a health and physical education major of Grove City, OH.
These awards have been presented to deserving seniors for more than 30 years. Nominations are based upon leadership, citizenship, service and scholarship.