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KENOSHA, WI – More than 760 students have been named to the Carthage College dean’s list for the spring 2022 semester, including these students from Racine County:


  • Michelle LaMeer
  • Franksville
  • Carson Krenzke
  • Tyler Adam
  • Joseph Zuleger
  • Megan Baumeister
  • Asher Boucher


  • Lisa Traxel
  • Owen Beck


  • Diego Fuentes
  • Natalie Vitek

Mount Pleasant

  • Ashley Gorman
  • Brian Dean
  • Cassandra Vassar
  • Jayden Davis
  • Amber Janke
  • Felicity Smith


  • Michael McMurray
  • Tanner Ostrowski
  • Isabella Spino
  • Logan Marino
  • Brooke Westfall
  • Payton Krogh
  • Katherine Nelson
  • Lizeth Brito
  • Mckenzie Burns
  • Abigail Roushia
  • Jeanette Ackerman
  • Grace Hunnicutt
  • Ian Rognerud
  • Austin Belkin
  • Connor Goodno
  • Emily Kelley
  • Noemi Norman
  • Riley La Fave
  • Imauni James
  • Gabriella Angelini
  • Gabriel Brandies
  • Antonia Sosa
  • Nina Alfano
  • Antanasia Yancey
  • Julia Olson
  • Elisa Douglas

Racine, Continued

  • Brenden Baugrud
  • Daelah Edwards
  • Joseph Christie
  • Liam Carls
  • Erik Carlson
  • Luis Garduno


  • Angelina Coolidge
  • Jessica Schultz

Union Grove

  • Aryana Kovach
  • Abigail Hogan

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