Prizes & Awards Ceremony Recognizes Underclassmen

On Friday, May 29, underclassmen were honored at the annual Prizes and Awards Day. The ceremony was held virtually for the first time. Congratulations to the winners.

 

Freshman Awards:

Father Mark Garrow, MIC Award: Dominika Chmielewski

Father Stanley Saplis, MIC Award: Lauren Lemire

Father Timothy Roth, MIC Award: Thu Hoang

Leonard George Budelis ’38 Award: Caroline Villa

 

Sophomore Awards

Father Albin A. Sheputa, MIC Award: Kaitlin Baca

Friends of Marianapolis Award: Maya Summiel

Smith College Book Award: Lily Mueller

Sophomore Chemistry Award: Ashley Giorgio

Sophomore World History Award: Daniel Twohig

 

Junior Awards

Assumption College Book Award: Abigail Boria

Brandeis University Book Award: Laurelyn Mayen

Bryn Mawr College Book Award: Tram "Jamiez" Vo

George Washington University Book Award: Fiona Doiron

Gettysburg College Book Award: Maura Hoban

Harvard Prize Book: Maura Hoban

Junior Biology Prize: Abigail Boria

Rensselaer Medal: John Vigliotti

Sage Colleges Student Sage Award: Emma McQuiston and Thomas Santos Soares

Saint Anselm College Book Award: Lily Givner

Saint Michael’s College Book Award: Alexandra Delano and Sofia Hargrave

Suffolk University Book Award: Brianne Rett

University of Rochester Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award: Chiara Faiola

University of Rochester Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award: Jill Reardon

University of Rochester George Eastman Young Leaders Award: John Vigliotti

University of Rochester Xerox Award for Innovation & Information Technology: Yi Nok "Nicholas" Yeung

 

New this year was an award in memory of alumna Grace Rett '18, the Grace Rett Philippians 4:13 Award. The award is given to a rising senior in honor of Grace. The recipient reflects the qualities of Grace, who was a dedicated student, a committed athlete, and a young woman of faith who found strength in Christ to achieve great things. Like Grace, the recipient is a selfless teammate, participates actively in their faith, and loves being a Golden Knight, embodying the mission of Marianapolis. The inaugural award was given to Grace's sister, Brianne '21.