Lindsey Coyle and Greg Micheli Named 2009 Outstanding Senior Woman and Man
April 24, 2009
Lindsey Coyle of Parma was named Outstanding Senior Woman and Greg Micheli of Upper Sandusky was named Outstanding Senior Man at the annual Senior Recognition and Honors Convocation held Thursday, April 23 in the Mount Union Theatre.
A business administration major, Coyle’s campus activities have included serving as president of CHOICES, vice president of Alpha Phi Omega and Tau Pi Phi and secretary of UMADD. A member of the Association of Women Students, Society for the Advancement of Management, Leadership Advisory Board and BEST (Bringing Executives and Students Together), she was also a member of the women’s tennis team. She has served as a Dowling Mentor and a Program Administrator, was the recipient of a National Cabinet of Mount Union Women Scholarship and has been named to the Dean’s List. She was also a 2009 recipient of the Jane Weston Chapman Award.
A mathematics and physics and astronomy major, Micheli has been named to the Dean’s List every semester and has been honored with the Carl Mathematics Prize, the Ullman Mathematics Prize, the Charles and Ilene Hart Prize in Physics and the Faculty Physics Prize. He has served as treasurer and vice president of Sigma Pi Sigma, secretary of Pi Mu Epsilon, representative, treasurer and vice president of the Society of Physics Students and public relations chairperson of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee and is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and M Club. A four-year member of the men’s football team, he has been named an NCAA Division III Academic All-American as well as Academic All-OAC. In 2008, he was named the College Division III Academic All-American of the Year, received the Gagliardi Award and was named a Draddy Trophy finalist.
Semifinalists for Outstanding Senior Woman were Rebekah Deppert of Avon, Katherine Fortney of Westlake and Jenna Patterson of Industry, PA. Semifinalists for Outstanding Senior Man were Ryan Conatti of Mentor, Luke Messner of Dalton and Adam Thomas of Sullivan.
These awards have been presented to deserving seniors for more than 30 years. Nominations are based upon leadership, citizenship, service and scholarship.