Roscoe Blackburn ’18

Roscoe Blackburn ’18 was one of three starting pitchers to be named First Team All-Midwest Region by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) and is now eligible for All-American consideration. Blackburn, a native of Worthington, OH, finished with a 9-2 record, a 2.77 ERA, and 74 strikeouts over 12 starts on the season.

Nora Jane Cihon

Nora Jane Cihon born December 17, 2017 to Evan ’09 and Leslie (Fedock) ’10 Cihon. Nora weighed 7lbs. 11oz. and was 19in. long. Evan, Leslie and Nora reside in Wooster, OH where Evan is the Production and Facilities Director for the Wooster Campus of NewPointe Community Church and Leslie owns and operates her business Kindermusik at Musik n’ Motion.

Barbara (Biedenbach) Potts ’08

Barbara (Biedenbach) Potts ’08 received her Master of Library Information Science from Kent State University in 2014. Upon graduation she was hired at Liberty University and has now been promoted to Coordinator of Scholarly Communications in the rank of Assistant Professor and teaches part time. She credits her achievements from her start at Malone and Dr. Carthan, her cohort leader. “I was truly blessed to be part of Malone.”

Leo Athanasius Davidson

Leo Athanasius born July 26, 2017, son of Jessica (Dolezal) Davidson ’05 and her husband Bill. He joined siblings: William (7), Maria (5) and John (2). The couple lives in Lakewood, OH. Jessica is a homemaker and fertility awareness educator.

Erika (Kurre) Nash ’03

Erika (Kurre) Nash ’03 received a Regional Edward R. Murrow award – perhaps the highest honor you can ever receive as a broadcaster. It recognizes excellence and integrity in journalism that reflects that of the late Edward R. Murrow. The honor is due to a newscast she field anchored about the Antioch church shooting outside of Nashville in September 2017. A gunman opened fire inside killing one woman and injuring several others on Sunday morning in Nashville’s first mass shooting. Fox 17 News spent hours, weeks and months covering every detail of this tragedy beginning with this newscast linked here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwAnw2o1134&feature=youtu.be She is also an EMMY Award winner and a multi-time winner of numerous Associated Press Broadcasters Association Awards, recognizing her as Best Anchor, Best Reporter and Best Investigative Reporter. “I credit Dr. Joseph Bridges with his guidance in the Communication Arts Department knowing my goals were to be a TV News Broadcaster. He has constantly encouraged me throughout my career. Upon my graduation from Malone in 2003, I began working for a CBS affiliate in Alabama, then moved to Nashville, TN to work for Fox 17 News where I have spent the past 11 years of my career.”