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2018-2019 Legacy Scholarship Recipients

Grace Counts, 2018 Legacy Scholarship Recipient

Grace Counts

Grace Counts is a freshman from Clayton, Ohio, studying chemistry with a focus on pre-medicine. Valedictorian of her high school class, Grace was active member of DECA, a national college- and career-preparation organization for aspiring young leaders. A Nation Merit Commended student, she was a member of the Northmont Honors Society and received the Scholar Athlete Award. She follows her parents and older sister as she embarks on her Ohio University experience.

Caroline Saracina, 2018 Legacy Scholarship recipient

Caroline Saracina

Caroline Saracina is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Lakewood, Ohio, native is a member of the Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity. Outside of her academics, which earned her a spot on the Dean’s List, she has participated in student-run fundraising events such as Bobcathon, the 12-hour dance marathon. She credits her Bobcat mother for encouraging her to attend OHIO and looks forward to creating memories they can share.

Molly Carrier, 2018 Legacy Scholarship recipient

Molly Carrier

Molly Carrier is a junior from Hilliard, Ohio, studying translational health exercise physiology in the Honors Tutorial College. She’s a member of Gamma Phi Beta, the College Republicans, and Phi Delta Epsilon, the pre-medical fraternity. She’s has consistently earned a spot on the Dean’s List and maintained involvement in Alpha Lambda Delta honors fraternity and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Molly follows in her mother’s and father’s footsteps with each trek across College Green.

Josie Waugh, 2018 Legacy Scholarship recipient

Josie Waugh

Josie Waugh is a senior from New Philadelphia, Ohio, studying music therapy and psychology. She has held leadership positions in groups such as the American Music Therapy Association of Students, the Ohio University Singers, and the ATCO Bell Choir. She is one of six Bobcats in her family, and she looks forward to the day when she will graduate and continue her family’s OHIO legacy.