Thirty-Eight Georgia Student-Athletes Will Receive Degrees Friday

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Thirty-Eight Georgia Student-Athletes Will Receive Degrees Friday

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Thirty-eight Georgia student-athletes will receive their undergraduate or graduate degrees Friday, December 18, 2015 at the annual Fall Commencement Graduation Ceremony at Stegeman Coliseum.


The Undergraduate ceremony will begin at 9:30 a.m., and the Graduate ceremony will begin at 2:30 p.m.


Among those student-athletes receiving their diplomas are 12 representatives from football, 10 from swimming & diving, six from track & field, two each from equestrian, men’s basketball and softball, and one student-athlete from baseball, gymnastics, women’s golf and women’s tennis.


Baseball: Zachary Freeman, Communication Studies.


Equestrian: Sara Parr, Communication Studies; Erica Webb, Biological Science.


Football: Patrick Beless, Risk Management and Insurance; Devin Bowman, Housing; Cameron Faulkner, Management; Merritt Hall, Risk Management and Insurance; Kennar Johnson, Sociology; Hunter Long, Sociology; Keith Marshall, Finance; Chris Mayes, Communication Studies; Malcolm Mitchell, Communication Studies; Jay Rome, Communication Studies; Justin Scott-Wesley, History; Rantavious Wooten, Housing.


Gymnastics: Lindsey Cheek, Biology, Psychology and Microbiology.


Men’s Basketball: Adrian Jones, Recreation & Leisure Studies; Juwan Parker, Management.


Softball: Adele Harrison, Psychology; Paige Wilson, Management.


Swimming & Diving: Bobby Chambless, Marketing; Jared Markham, Sport Management; Jordan Mattern, Biology; Amber McDermott, Communication Studies; Darcie O’Brien, Advertising/Fashion Mdse.; Shannon O’Malley, Marketing; Derek Onken, Mathematics; John Simmons, Consumer Economics; Conor Sweeney, Master of Sports Management; Nicole Vernon, Psychology.


Track & Field: Braydon Anderson, Criminal Justice; Drew Branch, International Affairs; Morgann Leleux, Advertising; Erika Ramsey, Human Development and Family Science; Johnathan Smith, Art; Maya Thomas, Consumer Economics.


Women’s Golf: Rocio Sanchez Lobato, Economics.


Women’s Tennis: Maho Kowase, Master of Sports Management.


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