Madisonville Community College students Ashton Donahoo and Alexzandria Potts have
been named to the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) All-Kentucky
Academic Team. Each received a $500 scholarship in recognition of their academic
Donahoo, of Madisonville, is currently pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree
in the Medical Laboratory Technician program. An honors graduate from Hopkins County
Central High School, she has been on the MCC Dean s List each semester. She juggles
her full-time college load while working at Baptist Health Madisonville as a Medical
Assistant and at the YMCA Hanson Afterschool Camp. Donahoo anticipates continuing
her education upon graduation from MCC.
Potts, of Princeton, will be graduating from MCC on May 6 with an Associate in Arts
degree. She plans to transfer to Murray State University in the fall to pursue a
major in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice. Potts is also the recipient
of the Owen Badgett scholarship and has been listed on the MCC Dean s list each semester.
She is involved in Phi Theta Kappa and has assisted MCC Psychology Professor Dr. Mary
Janssen with various psychology experiments.
Donahoo and Potts along with MCC students Courtney Gentry and Rachel Hardesty were
also named to the All-USA Academic Team, a national recognition of the top community
college students in the nation.