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Class of 2015 Includes 57 Student-Athletes

Class of 2015 Includes 57 Student-Athletes

As commencement ceremonies take place in Littlejohn Coliseum on Friday, 57 Clemson student-athletes join the ranks of alumni as they earn degrees.

In the NCAA’s most recently released Graduation Success Rate, Clemson’s overall athletic department rate of 91 ranked third nationally among public institutions.

Among the graduating class are 15  members of the Tiger football program, a pair leaders from the 2014 ACC Champion men’s soccer team and NCAA women’s indoor 800-meter champion Natoya Goule. The class includes three members of the 21st-ranked women’s tennis team, which is in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the first round of the NCAA Championships and takes on South Alabama Friday afternoon. The group also includes six student managers and a pair of athletic trainers.

“The support of IPTAY and its members, along with the hard work of the staff in Vickery Hall and each of our coaches, shows our emphasis on graduating student-athletes. But in the end this is about the achievement and accomplishments of hardworking individuals who have represented Clemson with distinction during their athletic and academic careers,” Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich said. “Congratulations to each of these bright young men and women, and we wish them the best of luck in all their future endeavors.”

Sport Name Major
Baseball Patrick Andrews Mechanical Engineering
Baseball Taylor Harbin Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Baseball Brody Koerner Accounting
Baseball Jake Long Economics
Diving Jessica Doolittle Health Science
Diving Chelsea Uranaka Psychology
Diving Emily Yoder Political Science
Football Tavaris Barnes Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Football Jim Brown Management
Football C.J. Davidson Sociology
Football Patrick DeStefano Political Science
Football Joe Gore Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Football Corbin Jenkins  Master’s Civil Engineering
Football Andrew Maass Mechanical Engineering
Football Eric Mac Lain Health Science
Football Collins Mauldin Wildlife and Fish Biology
Football Ryan Norton History
Football Chad Richardson Health Science
Football Ricky Sapp Sociology
Football Cole Stoudt Sociology
Men’s BB Rod Hall Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Men’s BB Damarcus Harrison Sociology
MGolf Stephen Behr Financial Management
MGolf Hayden Garrett Financial Management
MGolf Billy Kennerly Management
Manager Stewart Brown Communication Studies
Manager Hamilton Burgess Mechanical Engineering
Manager Tevin Moore Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Manager Grant Roberts Management
Manager Chas Williams Financial Management
Manager Nicholas Yarid Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
MSoccer Bobby Belair Communications, Technology and Society
MSoccer Kyle Murphy Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
MTennis Hunter Harrington Financial Management and Management
MTrack Torian Ware Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Rowing Stephannie Allen Wildlife and Fish Biology
Rowing Samantha Duggan Architecture
Rowing Sarah Egan Elementary Education
Rowing Kerianne Pacheco Communication Studies
Rowing Aurelia Wurzel Language and Inter Trade
Trainer Thomas Blackwell Health Science
Trainer John Hammett Management
Women’s BB Nikki Dixon Psychology
Women’s BB Chelsea Lindsay Psychology
WSoccer Morgan Campbell Management
WSoccer Savannah Coiner Financial Management
WTennis Beatrice Gumulya Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
WTennis Romy Koelzer Communication Studies
WTennis Jessy Rompies Economics
WTrack Caroline Bond Food Science
WTrack Natoya Goule Communication Studies
Volleyball Niki Collier Psychology
Volleyball Beta Dumancic Economics
Volleyball Kristin Faust Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Volleyball Karis Watson Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management