Top First-Year Students Honored at Daemen

By | December 14, 2016

Daemen EmblemThe top 10 first-year students at Daemen College who earned the highest grade point average in their first year at the college were recently recognized at a luncheon held in honor of their academic excellence.

The top students, who had a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.93, represent majors in mathematics, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, and psychology.

Honorees for the 2015-16 academic year are:

  • Giambattista Davis of Cheektowaga, mathematics major.
  • Brooke Delaney of Lancaster, physical therapy major.
  • Anthony DellaValle of Tonawanda, physician assistant studies major.
  • Sarah Hill of Fredonia, physical therapy major.
  • Hannan Koteras of Cheektowaga, physician assistant studies major.
  • Rachel Lewandowski of Lancaster, psychology major.
  • Dylan Lodowski of South Wales, physical therapy major.
  • Sydney McDonough of Alfred Station, physical therapy major.
  • Rachel Simoncelli of Buffalo, nursing major.
  • Eric Tse of Latham, physician assistant studies major.

The luncheon also included special acknowledgments by honored students for selected faculty members considered inspirational in their academic success at Daemen.