Gongaware Scholars: Class of 2014

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Class of 2014 Gongaware Scholar Brad Ketzner explains why he chose Indiana State.

Jocelyn Boyll

High School:  North Central Jr/Sr High School
Hometown:  Shelburn, Indiana
Major:  Insurance and Risk Management

Jocelyn BoyllJocelyn is the daughter of Darren and Emily Boyll of Shelburn. In high school, she was a member of Beta Club, National Honor Society, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) and a class officer. She was captain of the varsity basketball team her sophomore, junior and senior years and captain of the varsity volleyball team during her senior year. She has won numerous awards for basketball, volleyball and perfect attendance.


Patrick Harpenau

High School:  South Vermillion High School
Hometown:  Clinton, Indiana
Major:  Insurance and Risk Management

Patrick HarpenauPatrick is the son of Gary and Jennifer Harpenau of Clinton. In high school, he was a varsity letter winner for football and basketball. He was a teacher's assistant, a tutor at Ernie Pyle Elementary School, a youth basketball camp coach and a page for the Indiana House of Representatives, as well as a member of National Honor Society.



Bradley Ketzner

High School:  Forest Park Jr/Sr High School
Hometown:  Ferdinand, Indiana
Major:  Insurance and Risk Management

Bradley KetznerBrad is the son of Joseph and Karen Ketzner of Ferdinand. In high school, he served as president of Beta Club and Business Professionals of America. He participated in National Honor Society, Students Against Destructive Decisions, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Renaissance Club, Spirit Club, youth group and 4-H. He played tennis, baseball and intramural basketball.

Logan Mendenhall

High School:  Oblong High School
Hometown:  Oblong, Illinois
Major:  Insurance and Risk Management

Logan MendenhallLogan is the son of Greg and Pam Mendenhall of Oblong, Ill. In high school, he was a member of the science club, math team and band. He served as vice president of the foreign language club, president of student council and president of National Honor Society. He played baseball, basketball and football, winning the second team All-Little Illini Conference Award as offensive lineman his senior year.