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SOUTH ORANGE, NJ (02/12/2018)-- Seton Hall University is pleased to announce the following students who qualified for Fall 2017 Dean's list and to congratulate them for their outstanding academic achievements.

Peyton Adams of Medford (08055)

Abdullah Al-Habshi of National Park (08063)

Steven Alvarez of Mays Landing (08330)

Giana Anglani of Milmay (08340)

Matthew Ardente of Galloway (08205)

Tyana Avendano of Mount Laurel (08054)

Emily Barnard of Galloway (08205)

Brandon Barnville of Mount Laurel (08054)

Samantha Becker of Woodbury (08096)

Alexis Candelora of Burlington (08016)

Lauren Capeles of Columbus (08022)

James Carpenter of Egg Harbor Township (08234)

Andrew Cates of Mount Laurel (08054)

Brandon Cintron of Egg Harbor City (08215)

Shae Coniglio of Mantua (08051)

Allison DeMarco of CHERRY HILL (08003)

Nicholas Dinunzio of Williamstown (08094)

Sarah Doherty of Villas (08251)

Lillianna Donahue of Egg Harbor City (08215)

Emily Drees of Sewell (08080)

Paul Duffy of Haddon Township (08108)

Katarina Engle of Wall Township (07719)

Taylor Epps of Wall Township (07719)

Patrick Erdmann of Mount Laurel (08054)

Ryan Flaherty of Tabernacle (08088)

Montanna Gallagher of Cape May Court House (08210)

Colton Garecht of Pilesgrove (08098)

Jennifer Graff of Cinnaminson (08077)

Gianna Grandinetti of Wall Township (07719)

Andriy Hrubiy of Cherry Hill (08003)

Brittany Hull of Galloway (08205)

Jason Ianni of Vineland (08361)

Ashley Jacob of Moorestown (08057)

Emily Johnson of Wildwood Crest (08260)

Brendan Kane of Mullica Hill (08062)

Nicholas Kerr of West Deptford (08096)

Alexander Law of Marlton (08053)

Joselette Lim of Columbus (08022)

Katalyna Lorick of Northfield (08225)

Chad Magana of Sicklerville (08081)

Ryan Meehan of Sewell (08080)

Alecia Mobley of Newfield (08344)

Morgan Mount of Chesterfield (08515)

Brooke Mullin of Linwood (08221)

Matthew Multer of Chesterfield (08515)

Justin Nicholas of Sicklerville (08081)

Daniel O'Shea of Mullica Hill (08062)

Timothy O'Shea of Mullica Hill (08062)

Karolina Ordonez of Bordentown (08505)

Anna Panto of Sewell (08080)

Emily Parise of Wall Township (07719)

Revti Patel of Hainesport (08036)

Matthew Peteraf of Ocean City (08226)

Anna Peterson of Egg Harbor Township (08234)

Jacob Petrone of Bordentown (08505)

Cesar Pirateque of Woodbury Heights (08097)

Thomas Piro of Cape May (08204)

Abigail Potrzuski of Pittsgrove (08318)

Brian Pulverenti of Edgewater Park (08010)

Philippe Quipot of Marlton (08053)

Julienne Reilly of Wall Township (07719)

Emily Rimdzius of Cherry Hill (08003)

Stephen Robbins of Laurel Springs (08021)

Emanuel Sanfilippo of Folsom (08037)

Antoneta Sevo of Blackwood (08012)

Tyler Soso of Moorestown (08057)

James Sprenger of Shamong (08088)

Nicole Stephens of Voorhees (08043)

Neeraja Thakur of Vineland (08361)

Ryan Thieke of Maple Shade (08002)

Dan Tollinchi of Vineland (08360)

Brenna Vicente of Mount Laurel (08054)

Italo Villacis of Wall Township (07719)

Colleen Ward of Mount Laurel (08054)

Rahonna Wells of Cinnaminson (08077)

Taylor Westfall of Sicklerville (08081)

Zachary Wohl of Cherry Hill (08003)

Kathleen Yeckley of Riverside (08075)

Rachel Yip of Atlantic City (08401)

One of the country's leading Catholic universities, Seton Hall University has been a catalyst for leadership - developing students in mind, heart and spirit - since 1856. Home to nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offering more than 80 rigorous majors, Seton Hall's academic excellence has been singled out for distinction by The Princeton Review, US News & World Report and Bloomberg BusinessWeek. Seton Hall, which embraces students of all religions, prepares its graduates to be exemplary servant leaders and caring global citizens. Its attractive main campus is located in suburban South Orange, New Jersey, and is only 14 miles by train, bus or car to New York City, offering a wealth of employment, internship, cultural and entertainment opportunities. The university's nationally recognized School of Law is prominently located in downtown Newark. For more information, visit www.shu.edu.

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