Loyola Athletics Salutes PNC Student Achiever Stephanie Meza
Stephanie Meza, a student in Loyola University Chicago’s Arrupe College, was recently honored at a Ramblers men’s basketball game as part of the PNC Student Achievers program. The program is designed to acknowledge deserving Loyola student who display well-rounded achievement and leadership in the classroom, in the community and in competition.
Four students will be selected annually and recognized during a high-profile Loyola athletics event as part of the partnership between PNC Bank and Loyola University Chicago.
“We are very excited about our continued partnership with PNC Bank and the addition of the Student Achievers program in 2017,” Loyola Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Operations Tom Sorboro said. “The student recognition platform further demonstrates PNC’s commitment to the University community and to our shared values of leadership and excellence.”
Meza is a graduate of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood. She was honored before a near-capacity crowd at the Loyola men’s basketball game versus Wichita State.
The Quinlan School of Business Student Achiever will be announced and recognized at the Loyola men’s volleyball match versus top-ranked Ohio State on March 16. The student-athlete Student Achievers will be announced and recognized during the Weekend of Excellence awards ceremony on April 22.