Jennifer Lindsay, AHS ‘11, is a member of the orientation team at Ashland University.
A social work major, she is the daughter of Jon and Janette, Archbold.
The orientation team organizes the AU summer orientation program. The program is designed to introduce freshman, transfer, minority, commuter, international and other special interest students to the campus.
Stacy Wyse, AHS ‘10, was one of three Goshen College volleyball players selected to the All-Crossroads League teams this week.
A junior setter, Wyse was picked to the second team.
After being an honorable mention selection following both her freshman and sophomore seasons, Wyse earned her first career second team honor with an incredible allaround season in 2012.
She was third in the Crossroads League with 1,258 assists, posting at least 10 in all 38 matches.
Wyse had 24 matches with at least 30 assists, including a season-high 57 against Marian University on Oct. 6.
She also finished the year with 394 digs (twelfth in the league), 34 service aces (ninth in CL), 46 blocks, and 134 kills.
For her career, Wyse has tallied 3,357 assists, ranking her second all-time at GC.
She also has 913 career digs and is looking to become just the second Maple Leaf to ever record at least 2,000 assists and 1,000 digs.
She is a daughter of Gary and Robin.
The Maple Leafs ended the 2012 season at 16-22 overall, and lost in the Crossroads League semifinals to Bethel College.