Pictured from left to right are: St. Catharine College Student Government Association President Starr Roberts, Mr. SCC Craig Cox, Miss SCC Drew Ison and St. Catharine College President William D. Huston.
Also, for the first time this year, a Junior Mr. and Miss St. Catharine College were crowned. Kelli Volenski, left, and Mark Browning, right, received those honors.
Mr. and Miss St. Catharine College announced
The 2014 Mr. and Miss St. Catharine College were announced on Thursday, Feb. 20 at Lourdes Hall during the St. Catharine College men’s basketball game against Campbellsville University.
Craig Cox and Drew Ison were named the 2014 Mr. and Miss St. Catharine.
Cox is a junior from Louisville who is majoring in business management. He is a member of the bowling team, the vice chair of the judiciary council, a resident assistant and a work-study in the residence life office.
Ison is a junior from Winchester majoring in radiologic imaging. She is a member of the National Honor Society Lambda Nu and the Health Occupations Students of America. She is a member of the golf team and a cheerleader. She’s also a resident assistant, a volunteer at the Catholic Action Center and at St. Joseph St. Vincent de Paul Society, among many other activities.
The runners up for Mr. and Miss St. Catharine College were Jake McCoy and Casey Stone.
Crowned for the first time were a Junior Mr. and Miss St. Catharine. This award goes to students who have only been at St. Catharine for less than one year.
Mark Browning and Kelli Volenski were named Junior Mr. and Miss St. Catharine College.
Browing is a freshman from Louisville majoring in pre-nursing. He is a member of the bowling team and is a youth bowling coach at Ken Bowl and Dixie Bowl in Louisville. He previously worked as a counter intelligence agent at Geek Squad and as an IT technician at Winston Industries. He’s currently a ball-drilling technician at Bowler’s Solutions of Louisville.
Volenski is a freshman from Michigan majoring in radiologic technology. She is a senator in the Student Government Association, a member of the Patriot Activity Council and a member of the women’s varsity bowling team.
The runners up for Junior Mr. and Miss St. Catharine College were Aaron Abarbo and Keely Taylor.
Founded in the Dominican tradition in 1931 and sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, St. Catharine College, a Catholic Dominican college inspired by its founders, welcomes all to the challenging pursuit of truth, preparing them to become critical thinkers, ethical leaders and engaged citizens.