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65 Student-Athletes Set to Graduate from Georgia Tech

THE FLATS — Sixty-five Georgia Tech student-athletes will be conferred degrees during the Institute’s spring commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday at McCamish Pavilion.

Of the 65 graduates, 57 are receiving bachelor’s degrees and eight are receiving master’s degrees.

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

Baseball
Micah Carpenter (business administration)
Jacob Esch (civil engineering)
Josh Heddinger (business administration)

Men’s Basketball
Brandon Alston (master’s – economics)
Abdoulaye Gueye (business administration)
Sylvester Ogbonda (business administration)

Women’s Basketball
Bre Brown (master’s – digital media)
Martine Fortune (literature, media and communication)
Kaylan Pugh (history, technology and society)

Football
Victor Alexander (literature, media and communication)
Parker Braun (literature, media and communication)
Kyle Cerge-Henderson (business administration)
Tyler Cooksey (business administration)
Nathan Cottrell (business administration)
David Curry (business administration)
Shawn Davis (business administration)
Carson Fletcher (aerospace engineering)
A.J. Gray (business administration)
Cheyenne Hunt (master’s – civil engineering)
Bailey Ivemeyer (mechanical engineering)
Tre Jackson (master’s – building construction)
Antonio Mallard (mechanical engineering)
Andrew Marshall (master’s – building construction)
TaQuon Marshall (business administration)
Brant Mitchell (business administration)
Brad Morgan (business administration)
Brad Stewart (mechanical engineering)

Golf
James Clark (business administration)

Softball
Kaylee Ellebracht (business administration)
Katie Krzus (business administration)
Sydney Stavro (business administration)

Spirit Program
Laura Fagan (civil engineering)
Kyle Hosford (computer science)
Hyewon Jung (mechanical engineering)
Randy Liang (master’s – mechanical engineering)
Annie Ni (industrial engineering)
Manaka Sato (biomedical engineering)
Kate Zahniser-Word (civil engineering)

Swimming and Diving
Lila Best (business administration)
Laura Branton (business administration)
Matthew Casillas (business administration)
Sara Gilbert (business administration)
Florina Ilie (business administration)
Moises Loschi (mechanical engineering)
Nolan Mallet (biomedical engineering)
Joseph Portillo (mechanical engineering)
Iris Wang (industrial engineering)
Colton Williamson (business administration)

Men’s Tennis
Phillip Gresk (literature, media and communication)

Track and Field/Cross Country
Christian Bowles (business administration)
Gabriel Darosa (computer engineering)
Rebecca Dow (industrial engineering)
Jag Gangemi (master’s – physics)
Anna Hightower (business administration)
Bria Matthews (electrical engineering)
Alexandra Melehan (mechanical engineering)
Daniel Pietsch (mechanical engineering)
Mary Prouty (computer science)
Amy Ruiz (electrical engineering)
Mitchell Sanders (aerospace engineering)
Nahom Solomon (master’s – electrical engineering)
Haley Stumvoll (electrical engineering)
Ryan Thomas (mechanical engineering)
Andreas Ward (mechanical engineering)

Volleyball
Lauren Frerking (business administration)

On Friday morning, Georgia Tech athletics will honor its 65 soon-to-be alums during its bi-annual graduation brunch at the Bill Moore Student Success Center, adjacent to Bobby Dodd Stadium. During the graduation brunch, each graduate will be presented 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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