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APSU's own Garay named No. 1 nurse cadet

When it comes to nurse cadets, no one ranks higher than APSU senior Jamie Garay.

The nursing major was named the No. 1 nurse cadet in her 18-school ROTC brigade, which includes programs in Tennessee, South Carolina and western North Carolina.

She ranks third compared with students at the 133 schools in the region.

Cadet Garays standing was 361st among the 4,600 cadets at 272 schools. She was evaluated on her overall and ROTC grade-point averages, her performance at the ROTC 32-day summer training at Fort Lewis, Wash., and her extracurricular activities.
When it comes to nurse cadets, no one ranks higher than APSU senior Jamie Garay.

The nursing major was named the No. 1 nurse cadet in her 18-school ROTC brigade, which includes programs in Tennessee, South Carolina and western North Carolina.

She ranks third compared with students at the 133 schools in the region.

Cadet Garay's standing was 361st among the 4,600 cadets at 272 schools. She was evaluated on her overall and ROTC grade-point averages, her performance at the ROTC 32-day summer training at Fort Lewis, Wash., and her extracurricular activities.

Garay's parents are Dan and Audrey Hendricks of Allendale, Mich.
—Rebecca Mackey