August 10, 2011: Oxford, Ohio—Throughout the 2010-11 academic year, 32 Phi Kappa Tau members from 20 chapters were inducted into Order of Omega, a national honor society.

Order of Omega recognizes greek leaders in their junior and senior years for their accomplishments in scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization and within the greek, campus, and local community. Membership is only granted to students in the top three percent of the greek body.

Congratulations to the following Phi Kappa Tau members for their leadership and academic achievements:

Matt Bambarger, Maryland ’08 
Matthew Barclay, Florida ’07
Marshall Beckett, Youngstown AM
Tyler Chesser, Louisville ’08
Ben Costigan, Transylvania ’09
Ben Donlon, Louisville ’09
Edward Duda, Michigan Tech ’08
Matthew Ferns, Cal Poly-Pomona ’09
Justin Fisher, Case Western ’07
Jordan Fitch, Centre ’09
Joseph Fusco, Bryant ’11
Wesley Grundemann, Michigan Tech ’08
Jeff Kaplan, Centre ’10 
George Kontos, Bradley ’08
Matt Longworth, Belmont ’09
Gregory Manis, Florida ’08
Andrew Miller, College of New Jersey ’09
Sam Moergen, Belmont ’08
Patrick Murphy, Michigan Tech ’08
Sergio Nava, Cal Poly-Pomona ’08
Leonard Otworth, Eastern Kentucky ’08
Zachary Pfeil, Baldwin-Wallace ’09
Blake Rhein, Mount Union ’10
Ted Saltz, Cornell ’09
Alex Smith, Cal Poly-Pomona ’08
Eric Smith, Chapman ’09
Andrew Stewart, Bradley ’08 
Jonathan Vanden Belt, Michigan Tech ’08
Steven Vazquez, Cal Poly-Pomona ’09
Chad Warrick, Akron ’09
Justin Yearwood, Oklahoma State ’09
Quinn Zielonko, Belmont ’08