30 Student-Athletes Set to Graduate

THE FLATS – Thirty Georgia Tech student-athletes will be conferred degrees during the Institute’s fall commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday at McCamish Pavilion.

The student-athletes that officially become Georgia Tech alumni this weekend include:

Baseball
Wade Bailey (business administration)
Jed Bradley (business administration)
Zane Evans (business administration)
Matt Gonzalez (business administration)
Cory Pope (business administration)

Cheerleading
Leah Courter (chemical and biomedical engineering)
Wilson Harmond (industrial engineering)
Carla Hinojosa (business administration)
Annabel McAtee (biomedical engineering)

Football
Desmond Branch (business administration)
Will Bryan (business administration)
James Butler (MBA – global business)
Izaan Cross (literature, media and communication)
Melvin Davis (business administration)
Clinton Lynch (business administration)
Zach Matthews (mechanical engineering)
Scott Morgan (business administration)
Anree Saint-Amour (business administration)
Qua Searcy (business administration)
Lamont Simmons (business administration)
Jake Stickler (literature, media and communication)
Vance Walker (business administration)
Jake Whitley (business administration)

Men’s Tennis
Daniel Yun (business administration)

Women’s Tennis
Paige Hourigan (business administration)

Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country
Zachary Gunnz (chemical and biomolecular engineering)
Matt McBrien (computer engineering)
Matt Munns (industrial engineering)

Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country
Marinice Bauman (literature, media and communication)
Hailey Gollnick (biology)

Fall Graduates

30 Student-Athletes Set to Graduate

On Friday morning, Georgia Tech athletics honored its 30 soon-to-be alums during a graduation brunch in the Letterwinners Lounge at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Speakers included director of athletics Todd Stansbury, Letterwinners Club president George Bergmark, recent graduate Isiah Willis (football student-athlete who earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Tech and is now employed by Accenture) and two of this weekend’s graduates, Hailey Gollnick (women’s track and field/cross country) and Will Bryan (football).

The graduation brunch culminated with Letterwinners Club executive director Lucius Sanford presenting each graduate with a gold sash that identifies them as student-athletes during the commencement ceremonies.

Academic success has long been a staple of Georgia Tech athletics. In the latest data released by the NCAA, Tech boasts an 89-percent Graduation Success Rate, marking the sixth-straight year that GT athletics has posted its highest GSR ever.

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