Students named to dean’s list at University of Delaware

Students named to the University of Delaware’s dean’s list for spring 2013 included:

Cara Aguado, Lindsay Galle and Nicholas Grace, all of Cape May; Kimberly Castellucci, of Erma; Trevor Cooper, Kara D’Angelo and Mark Rucci, all of North Wildwood; Sara Shaw, of Rio Grande; Rachel Reeves, of West Cape May; Christine Casiello and Ashley Ridler, both of Wildwood Crest.

To be eligible, a student must be enrolled full-time and earn a GPA of 3.33 or above for the semester.

Students on dean’s list at Rowan

Students who earned a 3.45 grade point average or above for the spring 2013 semester at Rowan University and received dean’s list honors included:

Allyson Lynne Cook, Sarah Elizabeth DiStefano, Christopher James Ferrante, Rebecca Anna Marie McCann and Lauren E. McVey, all of Cape May; Sarah Christine Hansen, Jonathan Joseph Hirsch, Lauren Sue Karstens, Marina Noel Mangano, Matthew John Martorana, Kelly Mulligan, Brandon M O’Brien, Ashley O Reardon, Nicholas Anthony Rescigno, Samantha Marie Safchinsky and Anna Beth Ulbrich, all of Cape May Court House; James Joseph Magee and Jacqueline McCann, both of Erma; Amber Marie Holden, of Fishing Creek; Tyler James Carman, Erin Elizabeth Dennison, Jessica Lynne Walker and Cory John Wright, all of North Cape May; Brandie Lynn Crawford, Robert Christopher Davis and Ashley Nicole Russo, all of North Wildwood; Danielle Marie Meyers, of Villas; Brent G Adkins and Zachary James Zeitler, both of West Cape May; Sofya Piro, Samantha L Smith and Adam Joseph Westerland, all of Wildwood; Ryan T Mcateer and Emily L. Whissell, both of Wildwood Crest.

McHugh students win in math league

Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School students placed first in the region at the eighth-grade level and second in the region at the sixth-grade level for the New Jersey Math League.

The region covers Cape May, Cumberland and Atlantic counties. Eighth-graders Christopher Gibson and Thomas Henry placed as top students in the region, and sixth-grader Rory McDermott placed second for top students in the region. The eighth-graders received a plaque for their effort.

Students from Bishop McHugh Regional School were among nearly 150,000 worldwide to participate in the Math Olympiad Program. They participated in a series of five monthly contests of five problems each, from November to March, and weekly practice sessions under the guidance of Diane Bruesehoff. Eighth-grader Alex Sakena placed in the top 10 percent for Math Olympiad at the middle school level, and received a trophy and a silver pin. Tom Henry and Aidan Sorensen also were recognized and awarded patches for scoring in the top 50th percentile.