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Woodfield, Kennedy named to OBU President’s List

ARKADELPHIA, Ark.— Caleb Woodfield of Mount Ida and Adrienne Kennedy of Oden are among 343 Ouachita Baptist University students named to their Fall 2020 President’s List.

To be named to the President’s List, a student must compile a 4.0 grade point average and be classified as a full-time student, with a minimum of 12 academic hours and have no incomplete or failing grade for the semester.

Ouachita Baptist University, a private liberal arts university in Arkadelphia, Ark., is in its 134th year as a Christ-centered learning community and is ranked the No. 2 “Regional College in the South” by U.S. News & World Report. In fall 2020, Ouachita recorded its highest enrollment in 20 years and its highest-ever four year graduation rate as well as a 97% career outcomes (placement) rate for its most recent graduates. Learn more about the university’s highly personal approach, reflected in a student/faculty ratio of 13:1, at www.obu.edu.

Area students also named to the President’s List include: Tiffany Jackson of Amity; Chase Hartsell, Dane Jester, Megan Mosley, Lauren Sims, Stuart Sowerbutts and Mallory Whitson of Hot Springs; and Elysian Majeske of Hot Springs Village.

The following Arkansas students were named to the President’s List and are listed in order of hometown:

Alexander, Ark. – Madison Draper, Kailee Morehart, Luke Wagner

Amity, Ark. – Tiffany Jackson

Arkadelphia, Ark. – Cabb Batson, Preston Crowder, Jared Garner, Nicholas Gerber, Sydney Motl, Stephany Quintero, Alexis Summerford, Cole Turner

Ash Flat, Ark. – Natalie Moore

Austin, Ark. – Trey Lamb

Bauxite, Ark. – Maddie Bailey, Matthew Branch

Beebe, Ark. – Madison Allen, Abby Burlison, Erin McNully, Celeste Pinkerton

Bella Vista, Ark. – Allison Martin, Victoria Martin, Rylie Slone

Benton, Ark. – Kelsey Archer, Addie Chumley, Rylie Davis, Jade Dorman, Emme Edmondson, Emily Greenwell, Wes Guerra, John Guttery, Suzette Handwork, Caleb Harmon, Katie Harmon, Gracie Jones, Bryce Krisell, Bailey Redden, Kinley Ritter, Brooke Snyder, Sarah Spakes, Katelyn Still, Abby Walker, Laura Beth Warner, Veronica West, Jenny Johnson

Bentonville, Ark. – Kelsi Coleman

Bismarck, Ark. – Travis Hankins, Allyson Oliver

Bryant, Ark. – Jonah Mears, Ellie Hooten

Cabot, Ark. – Gabby Grau, Cora Saddler, Seth Vance

Camden, Ark. – Madeline Knight, Lucas McCann, Kathryn Totty

Caraway, Ark. – Karlee Sanders

Charleston, Ark. – Anna Hudson

Cherokee Village, Ark. – Joy Covington

Clarksville, Ark. – Breanna Parker, Brooklyn Parker

Clinton, Ark. – Hannah Adamson

Conway, Ark. – Taryn Bewley, Caleb Crow, Anna Lee Drennan, Ashley Drennan, Harry Jeffrey, Marlie Moix, Miranda Pettit, Abby Shourd, Elizabeth Steely, Madeline Steely, Chloe Wallace, Hope White

Cove, Ark. – Harly Dearing

Crossett, Ark. – Karis Staley

Donaldson, Ark. – Karigan Beckwith, Mikayla Buck, Dylan Clayton

Fayetteville, Ark. – Connor Flannigan, Kennedy Johnson, Melvin Kumwenda, Alyssa Price

Fordyce, Ark. – McKenzie Smith

Fort Smith, Ark. – Eryn Riley

Greenbrier, Ark. – Reagan James, Addison White

Greenwood, Ark. – Taylor Koeth, Lexie Castillow

Harrisburg, Ark. – Kaylee Martin

Harrison, Ark. – Lindsey Ward

Haskell, Ark. – Madelynn Wauters

Hensley, Ark. – Kaylee Johnson

Hot Springs, Ark. – Chase Hartsell, Dane Jester, Megan Mosley, Lauren Sims, Stuart Sowerbutts, Mallory Whitson

Hot Springs Village, Ark. – Elysian Majeske

Jonesboro, Ark. – Izzy Baughn, Kellen Church, Bethany Crawley, Ashlyn Ham, Molly Maddox, Noah McCallum, Isabella Owen, Faith VonDran

Lavaca, Ark. – Zack Tomlinson

Leola, Ark. – Emilee Webb

Little Rock, Ark. – Addison Bates, Maddie Bayer, Ben Blocker, Cross Brandon, Rebekah Chandler, Josie Collins, Gunner Dobbins, Katherine Fehlman, Rileigh Fielder, Taylor Fielder, Anna Katherine Green, Caleb Henry, Jessica Johnson, Julianna Mack, Andrew McDonald, Grace Oliver, Hannah Perkins, John Peyton, Callie Rogers, Georgia Rogers, Sarah Rush, Luke Schmidt, Taryn Toles, Shelby Tripcony, Rebekah Van Namen, Carter Wade, Hannah White, Athen Wilkerson, Layne Wilson

Lonoke, Ark. – Haley Cohea

Mabelvale, Ark. – Moriah Manchack, Keller Smith, Allie Tarnowsky

Magazine, Ark. – Sabreena Thompson

Magnolia, Ark. – Gracen Seabaugh, Madison Williamson

Malvern, Ark. – Anna Robinson, Josh Spiva, Timothy Spiva

Manila, Ark. – Vivian Pryor

Marianna, Ark. – Faith Moore

Marion, Ark. – Katlin Hardin

Maumelle, Ark. – Becca Beard, Ashton Price, Jennifer Wallace

Monticello, Ark. – Katelyn Bayless

Mount Ida, Ark. – Caleb Woodfield

North Little Rock, Ark. – Emma Smith, Kayla Whittington

Oden, Ark. – Adrienne Kennedy

Paragould, Ark. – Kaitlyn Stoddard, Isabella Wood

Pearcy, Ark. – Noah Smith

Pottsville, Ark. – Emma Gregory

Prairie Grove, Ark. – Danielle Hall

Prattsville, Ark. – Anna Holiman

Prescott, Ark. – Cade Haynie

Rogers, Ark. – Ali Chapman, Ella Cox, Kourtney Endicott, Faith Lymburner, Sarah Rountree

Roland, Ark. – Emma Kathleen Conner

Russellville, Ark. – Phillip Lebsack, Seth Curl

Searcy, Ark. – Kayla Churchwell, Meredith Parker, Julia Shands, Joseph Stroupe

Sheridan, Ark. – Madeline Martin, David Rainwater

Sherrill, Ark. – Sara Hulse

Sherwood, Ark. – Randal Ballew, Olivia Hobson, Jacob Roberts

Siloam Springs, Ark. – Sam Youmans

Springdale, Ark. – Caroline Johnson, Claire Sorg, Natalie Williams, Wade Wilson

Texarkana, Ark. – Melissa Brown, Matt Day, Emily McMaster, Emily Waters

Tontitown, Ark. – Hattie McDonald

Van Buren, Ark. – Aidan Doss, Ashton Hurst

White Hall, Ark. – Christina Beger, Kaleigh Casada, Michaelyn Ferrell, Hunter Smith

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