NSU ROTC Cadet Leaves Legacy

When Kryistal Sanders first saw the photos of Northeastern State University Hall of Fame winners posted on the walls in the University Center as a freshman in 2005, she knew those students were being honored for outstanding accomplishments.

Now four years later, the cadet battalion commander’s photo will join the distinguished group of alumni in a place of honor in the Hall of Fame. For Sanders, who graduated from and commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army on May 16, it is one of many awards she has received while a student at Northeastern.

“The Hall of Fame is among the biggest and best awards I have ever received. I didn’t expect to make the Hall of Fame,” said Sanders. Sanders was the first female cadet in the program to receive the Master Sergeant Beck Superior Cadet Pistol Award, a distinction presented to the top cadet in the program.

Updated 06-16-2009

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