Health, Human Performance and Sports Honors Three Students
The Department of Health, Human Performance, and Sports (HHPS) at Wayne State College selected Connor Bramlet of West Point, Michaela Hegarty of Fremont and Nick Jarosh of Ankeny, Iowa, as "Major of the Year'' award winners this fall semester. The Nebraska Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance honored the three for excellence in physical education, exercise science and sport management during its 110-year gala celebration Oct. 27 in Lincoln.
Bramlet, formerly of Wheatland, Wyo., is a senior physical education major with a coaching endorsement. Bramlet participates in baseball. He has been named as an Academic All Conference (NSIC) and All Conference (NSIC) student. Bramlet, who has been on the dean’s list for academic achievement, is a recipient of the Pete Chapman Scholarship at WSC. His wife is Allison Bramlet.
Hegarty is an exercise science major with a coaching endorsement. She is the daughter of Patrick and Lana Hegarty and Renee Kassmeier. Hegarty has been listed on the dean's list for academic achievement.
Jarosh is a sport management major with a minor in business administration. He is the son of Randal and Lisa Jarosh. He has been listed on the dean's list for academic achievement.
Dr. Todd Farmer and Wayne State students Conner Bramlet (Physical Education), Nick Jarosh (Sport Management) and Michaela Hegarty (Exercise Science) attended the 110 Year Nebraska Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Gala Celebration on Oct. 27 in Lincoln.