DeVry University congratulates its roster of 15 student athletes for their performances and achievements at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Three student athletes earned medals and set records in Sochi. Steven Holcomb won bronze medals in both the two-man and four-man bobsled, and became the first U.S. driver to win two medals in the same games in more than 62 years. Holcomb is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems. Elana Meyers piloted the USA-1 bobsled team and earned a silver medal, along with the designation of now being the only U.S. bobsledder to earn an Olympic medal as a pilot and brakeman. Meyers is studying to obtain a MBA from DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management. With a bronze medal finish, Erin Hamlin, a sustainability management student, became the first-ever U.S. Olympic medalist in singles luge.
The other student athletes who competed include:
- Summer Britcher, non-matriculating, 15 th in women’s singles luge
- Stacey Cook, business administration, 17 th in women’s alpine downhill
- Nick Fairall, business administration, 35 th in men’s large hill ski jump
- Jazmine Fenlator, MBA, 11 th in women’s bobsled
- Anders Johnson, business administration, 9 th in men’s large hill ski jump
- Aidan Kelly, justice administration, 24 th in men’s singles luge
- Christopher Mazdzer, business administration, 13 th in men’s singles luge
- Matthew Mortensen, communication, 14 th in men’s doubles luge
- Christian Niccum, business administration, 11 th in men’s doubles luge
- Johnny Quinn, MBA, 12 th in men’s four-man bobsled
- Sara Studebaker, MBA, 7 th in women's biathlon 4x6km relay
- Marco Sullivan, business administration, 30 th in men’s alpine downhill
“On behalf of DeVry University, I commend all of our Team USA student athletes for their incredible performances at the Olympics,” said David J. Pauldine, president of DeVry University.