Seventy-three University of Georgia student-athletes will receive their undergraduate or graduate degrees Friday at the annual spring commencement exercises. The undergraduate ceremonies will be held in Sanford Stadium beginning at 7 p.m.
Among the seventy-three UGA student-athletes to graduate are 11 members of the equestrian team, 10 members of the football team, seven men¹s track and field athletes, seven women¹s track and field athletes, six members of the baseball team, five members of the soccer team, five members of the women¹s basketball team, four members of the gymnastics team, four members of the men¹s basketball team, three members of the men¹s swimming and diving team, three members of the women¹s golf team, three members of the women¹s swimming and diving team, two members of the men¹s tennis team, one softball player, one volleyball player and one women¹s tennis player.
Baseball: Mitchell Boggs, Consumer Economics, Dalton; Heath Holder, Agribusiness, Loganville; Trevor Kieboom, Management, Marietta; Mike Mancuso, Communication Studies, Brecksville, Ohio; Cody McCance, Sociology, Loganville; Austin Wallace, Management, Kathleen.
Men’s Basketball: Kenny Gaines, Housing, Atlanta; Houston Kessler, Economics, Newnan; Charles Mann, Housing, Alpharetta; Rashad Wright, Sport Studies, Stateseboro.
Women’s Basketball: Shacobia Barbee, Science, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Marjorie Butler, Biology, Knoxville, Tenn.; Terryuana Godwin, Psychology, Hogansville; Tiaria Griffin, Science, Monticello, Miss.; Merritt Hempe, Marketing, Fredericksburg, Va.
Equestrian: Morgan Beavers, Public Relations, Gainesville; Sydney Crenshaw, Sport Management, Woodstock; Jessica Dencker, Animal Science, Newburgh, N.Y.; Emily DuPont, Biology, Wilmington, Del.; Kendall Fately, Advertising, Basking Ridge, N.J.; Olivia Gaude, Art, Conyers; Leylan Gleeson, Finance, Moreland Hills, Ohio; Heather Ham, Finance, McDonough; Rachel Kolb, Finance, Lebanon, Ohio; Laura Malone, International Affairs, Mendota Heights, Minn.; Sarah Novak, Psychology, McDonough.
Football: Orson Charles, Housing, Tampa, Fla.; Vance Cuff, Housing, Moultrie; John Huff, Watkinsville; Colter Creswell, Biochemical Engineering, Varnell; Watts Dantzler, Health and Physical Education, Dalton; James DeLoach, Sociology, Millen; Devin Gillespie, Criminal Justice, Grayson; Clayton Johnson, Middle School Education, Calhoun; Marshall Morgan, Finance, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Kenneth Towns, Management, Albany.
Gymnastics: Mary Beth Box, Marketing, Calhoun; Cat Hires, Masters in Kinesiology, Tampa, Fla.; Brandie Jay, Risk Management and Insurance, Fort Collins, Co.; Anysia Unick, Microbiology/Biocellular Bio, Calgary, Alberta.
Women’s Golf: Sylvie Brick, Statistics, Frankfort, Ill.; Manuela Carbajo Re, Mass Media Arts, Necochea, Argentina; Isabel Silva Zamora, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Soccer: Mackin D’Amico, Exercise & Sport Science, Cumming; Andie Fontanetta, Communication Studies, Neshanic Station, N.J.; Bella Hartley, Sociology, Wheat Ridge, Colo.; Liliana Rios, Biology, Duluth; Emma Sonnett, Animal Science, Marietta.
Softball: Niaja Griffin, Masters in Kinesiology, Orlando, Fla.
Men’s Swimming & Diving: Alex Cohen, Communication Studies, Woodstock; Nic Fink, Agricultural Engineering, Morristown, N.J.; Aidan Sweeney, Snellville.
Women’s Swimming & Diving: Olivia Boggs, Accounting, Smyrna; Anna Neumeister, Accounting, Marietta; Courtney Peters, Early Childhood Education, Acworth.
Men’s Tennis: Austin Smith, Consumer Economics, Cumming; Ben Wagland, Finance, Sydney, Australia.
Women’s Tennis: Lilly Kimbell, Masters in Kinesiology, New Braunfels, Texas.
Men’s Track & Field: Michael Giuliano, Marketing, Alexandria, Va.; Christian Harrison, Management, Glenarden, Md.; Garrett Scantling, Financial Planning, Jacksonville, Fla.; Zachary Sims, Digital and Broadcast Journalism, McDonough; Kisean Smith, Accounting, Snellville; Steven Spevacek, Forestry, Lawrenceville; Nick Vena, Health and Physical Education, Whippany, N.J.
Women’s Track & Field: Jenna Wargo, Environmental Plan and Design, Lewisburg, Pa.; Quintunya Chapman, Health Promotion, Hinesville; Lauren Kelly, Health Promotion, Suwanee; Brooke Koblitz, Math Education, Alpharetta; Torrenzia Lyles, Sociology, Columbus; Jasmine Norton, Sociology, Athens; Elizabeth Tepe, Interdisciplinary Studies, Parker, Co.
Volleyball: Lauren Teknipp, Advertising, McDonough.