Students Named to Fall 2020 Dean’s List

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Students Named to Fall 2020 Dean’s List


ONEONTA, NY (01/08/2021)– A total of 1,938 SUNY Oneonta students earned Dean’s List honors for the fall 2020 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher while carrying a course load of 12 hours or more.

Area students include:

Julianna Annunziata of Salt Point (12578)

Luis Ayala of Pine Plains (12567)

John Baggetta of Holmes (12531)

Ava Barnes of Pleasant Valley (12569)

Michael Carmosino of Stormville (12582)

Megan Cavell of Poughquag (12570)

Kate Crawford of Stormville (12582)

Alexa Dapolito of Patterson (12563)

Jade DeStefano of Dover Plains (12522)

Jake Ferraiola of Holmes (12531)

Abigail Frank of Pawling (12564)

Kaytee Garcia of Patterson (12563)

Jacob Hart of Clinton Cors (12514)

Rachel Henry of Holmes (12531)

Emily Ireland of Stormville (12582)

Hannah Jackson of Poughquag (12570)

William Jackson of Poughquag (12570)

Courtney Jones of Stanfordville (12581)

Luke Kenny of Patterson (12563)

Karli Leinweaver of Pleasant Valley (12569)

Jacqueline Macaluso of Poughquag (12570)

Dana Milne of Pawling (12564)

Ashley Pink of Poughquag (12570)

Victoria Reichert of Pleasant Valley (12569)

Kyle Roth of Stormville (12582)

Courtney Russell of Dover Plains (12522)

Matthew Rzeznik of Stormville (12582)

Alex Santana of Pawling (12564)

Nicodemus Smith of Amenia (12501)

Tyler Smith of Patterson (12563)

Gabrielle Stoetzner of Amenia (12501)

Tyler Tompkins of Wingdale (12594)

Rachel Wahlers of Holmes (12531)

Mikayla Ward of Pawling (12564)

Colby Whalen of Millbrook (12545)

Jayda Woodall of Poughquag (12570)

SUNY Oneonta is a public, four-year college in Central New York, enrolling about 6,000 students in a wide variety of bachelor’s degree programs and several graduate certificate and degree programs. The college is known as both an exemplary residential campus that values inclusion, service and sustainability, and a nurturing community where students grow intellectually, thrive socially and live purposefully. Visit

Author: Harlem Valley News