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University of Central Oklahoma gives leadership awards

Outstanding students and organizations at the University of Central Oklahoma were honored during the annual Campus Leadership Awards ceremony.
By Lindsay Houts, For The Oklahoman Published: May 10, 2014

The University of Central Oklahoma honored the achievements of campus leaders during the annual Campus Leadership Awards ceremony.

“UCO’s Campus Leadership Awards are a celebration of the outstanding leadership displayed by our students and student organizations. The theme this year was ‘Anchored in Leadership’ as these students and organizations have continuously displayed their commitment to this university, their peers and their organizations,” said Nicole Doherty, coordinator of student organizations.

Recipients of the 2013-14 awards, followed by hometown, are:

Broncho Spirit Award: Michaela Kohler, Edmond

Outstanding Commitment to Service: Christopher Dowling, Alva

Outstanding Commitment to Diversity: Vincent Burr, Edmond

Spirit of Student Affairs: Rachael Odor, Edmond

Top Central Man: Tyler Mette, Marietta

Top Central Woman: Jillian Goodman, Moore

Outstanding Freshman Student Leaders: Ethan Wood, Crescent; Denton Cole Scherman, Perry; Katherine Sheehan, Marlow; Rebekah Murphy, Edmond; Mariah Edwards, Wagoner; Sara Anne Riggs, Edmond; Mariah Wagner, Enid; Christen Hickey, Edmond; Brady Sowell, Edmond; and Mackenzie Richardson, Harrah.

Outstanding Sophomore Student Leaders: McKenzie Hodge, Moore; Kirsten Pierce, Piedmont; Alexis Ridenour, Skiatook; Jernye Werth, Kingston; and Josh Jarrett, Edmond.

Outstanding Junior Student Leaders: Nela Mrchkovska, Skopje, Macedonia; Blakely Elliott, Edmond; Collin Troester, Edmond; Kalisa Mora, Guymon; Anna Graves, Edmond; and Paul Brown, Waurika.

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