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2005

32 students named Academic Distinction Scholars at FMU

        FLORENCE, S.C. – Thirty-two Francis Marion University students have been named Academic Distinction Scholars for the 2005-06 academic year.

        Academic Distinction Scholars receive a $2,300 award. The scholarships are awarded to outstanding freshmen who had at least a 3.5 grade point average in high school and scored 1200 or higher on the SAT.

        Recipients may renew the scholarships for up to three years by maintaining a cumulative 3.25 GPA.

        Academic Distinction Scholars, by hometown with ZIP code, are:
Aynor: Hope K. Wofford 29511

Batesburg: Brittany Roudybush 29006

Cassatt: Katherine E. Todd 29032

Cheraw: John Robert Smith 29520

Coward: Stephani Strickland 29530

Darlington: Rebecca D. Koontz 29532; Erin Elizabeth Lamz 29532; Patricia D. Williams 29532

Florence: Jeremy P. Capps 29506; Ashley E. Leamon 29501; Jesse Andrew Marsh 29501; Virginia E. Williams 29505

Green Sea: Brandi T. Watts 29545

Hamer: Krista C. Jackson 29547

Hartsville: Kimberly L. Parnell 29550

Hemingway: Ashley Davis-Young 29554

Johnsonville: Magan Alicia Bishop 29555; Spenser A. Hooks 29555; Megan Emily Sanders 29555

Lancaster: Lauren N. Tucker 29720

Laurens: Amber Gayal Ellis 29360; Samantha L. Penland 29360

Mullins: Jeremy Quince Cook 29574

Nesmith: Tara Celeste Eaddy 29580

Pamplico: Kenneth L. Butler 29583

Pawleys Island: Derek Alan Lee 29585

Rock Hill: Sarah Mignon Breaux 29732

Scranton: Courtney G. Dease 29591; Jessica McCutcheon 29591

Wallace: Ryan Adam Melton 29596

York: Kathleen L. McKee 29745

Out-of-state

Wattsburg, Pa.: Nicole D. Kephart 16442

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Last Published: February 22, 2007 9:23 AM
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