Stevenson University women's swimmer Natalie Wasicko, of Finksburg, helped her team place eighth overall and break multiple school records, at the Diamond City Invitational Nov. 22.
The two-day meet was held at the Wyoming Valley Catholic Youth Center, where the Mustangs took on nine other schools. During day one of the meet the team set three school records, then continued on to set two more in day two. Wasicko, a freshman, completed the 100-yard freestyle 28th out of 48 total swimmers, racing a time of 1:01.09.
Wasicko's 800-Yard Freestyle Relay team finished the event in seventh place, with a time of 8:50.08. Wasicko and her teammates completed the 400-yard medley relay in 2:03.04. The 200-yard freestyle relay team, of which Wasicko was a part, brought the Mustangs their fourth top-10 relay win with a time of 1:51.22.
Marc Cohen, of Eldersburg, was among nearly 1,400 graduates who received degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in ceremonies Dec. 18 and 19. Cohen earned a doctor of education degree.
Robert Hunt, of Millers, and Wesley Rankin, of Eldersburg, were among six Stevenson University students inducted into Sigma Beta Delta, a national business administration honor society, Dec. 5.
Grace Daigle, of Woodbine, recently received the Eve Kristine V. Belfoure Study Abroad Scholarship and Foreign Language Study Abroad Scholarship for study at Frostburg State University. Daigle is the daughter of Linda and David Daigle. She attended Glenelg High School.
Kayla Rain Black, of Hampstead, earned dean's list at the University of North Carolina at Asheville for the fall semester.