Hamilton County Students Named to Trine University President’s and Dean’s Lists

Trine University students yesterday were named to the Dean’s and President’s Lists for the Spring 2022 term, and former Hamilton County students dominated appeared in droves on both lists. To earn President’s List honors, students must complete a minimum of 12 hours and have a grade point average of 3.750-4.000.

  • Nathaniel Brooks of Carmel
  • Daphne Bush of Fishers
  • Jessica Carroll of Fishers
  • Andrew Dixon of Fishers
  • Grace Dubec of Fishers
  • Michaela Eells of Westfield
  • Kyle Kirtley of Noblesville
  • Isaac Krueger of Fishers
  • Jamie Le of Carmel
  • Darren Lloyd of Carmel
  • Grace Moyer of Sheridan
  • Nikolas Pensyl of Westfield
  • Corey Phillips of Westfield
  • Gary Rice of Noblesville
  • Konner Schieman of Fortville
  • Mekhi Simmons of Carmel
  • William Slover of Carmel
  • Brooklyn Sosinsky of Carmel
  • Ashley Spirrison of Fishers
  • Kayla Stoeffler of Fishers
  • Collin Stonebraker of Indianapolis
  • Ashley Swartout of Westfield
  • Justin White of Carmel

To earn Dean’s List honors, students must complete a minimum of 12 hours and have a grade point average of 3.500-3.749.

  • Brett Baker of Noblesville
  • Brian Beerbower of Fishers
  • Nathan Goossen of Indianapolis
  • Austin Hensley of Noblesville
  • Kelsie Kimbrough of Indianapolis
  • Luke Kimmel of Noblesville
  • Price Knowles of Arcadia
  • Valerie Obear of Fishers
  • Mitchell Ratekin of Carmel

Trine University, an internationally recognized, private, co-educational, residential institution, offers associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in the Allen School of Engineering & Computing, Ketner School of Business, College of Graduate and Professional Studies, College of Health Professions, Franks School of Education, Jannen School of Arts & Sciences and Rinker-Ross School of Health Sciences. Trine is a member of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association and offers 37 intercollegiate sports, 27 of which compete in NCAA Division III. Its golf program includes the university-owned 18-hole championship Zollner Golf Course. Founded in 1884 and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (, Trine operates a 450-acre main campus in Angola, Indiana, and the College of Health Professions in Fort Wayne, with education centers in Detroit, Michigan, and Phoenix, Arizona, and programs available worldwide through TrineOnline.