April 4, 2005
Baltimore, Md. - Loyola freshmen Johanna Larkin and Connor Locke are the latest two student-athletes accepted into the Sellinger Scholars Program at the College. Larkin, a member of the women's soccer team, and Locke, a member of the men's lacrosse team help make up the program's Class of 2008.
"We are very proud to have our student-athletes represented in such a presitigious program," says Colleen Campbell, Coordinator of the Office of Academic Affairs for Varsity Athletics. "It shows true dedication to academics on top of their athletic commitment."
Larkin and Locke join this elite group of fellow student-athletes who are already in the program. Current members include Sean McElroy '07 and Liz Gunner '07 of the crew team, Pat McCadden '07 and Sarah Spencer '07 of the cross country team, John McNamara '06 and Jocelyn Hazlett '07 of the swim team as well as Amanda Wilhelm '07 of the women's tennis team.
The Sellinger Scholars Program is an honors program in business administration designed to prepare highly motivated students for roles of leadership and service in a diverse and changing world. Only 25 Loyola students are accepted into this program each year.