Thirty-two student athletes receive degrees at Spring Commencement

JONESBORO, Ark. (ASU) - Arkansas State University held its Spring Commencement ceremonies Saturday at the Convocation Center, and 32 student-athletes from the Red Wolves' 16 NCAA Intercollegiate sports have earned their college degrees this semester.

The most recent group of ASU student-athletes to receive their diplomas represented the sports of baseball, women's basketball, bowling, football, men's and women's golf, soccer and men's and women's track and field.

The student-athletes that graduated this May were Josh Arauco (football, Sociology), Courtney Blevins (women's golf, Nursing), Derrick Coleman (baseball, Business Administration), Kyle DeGrace (baseball, Interdisciplinary Studies), Catherine Frappier (women's track, Marketing), Giovanni Garcia (baseball, Interdisciplinary Studies), Trevor Gillott (football, Accounting), Bryan Hall (football, Management), Bryant Hankton (men's track, Electrical Engineering), Brittney Hiles (women's basketball, Mechanical Engineering), Chelsea Hopkins (soccer, Accounting), Adam Jackson (men's track, History), Ebonie Jefferson (women's basketball, Journalism), J.T. Jordan (football, Sport Management), Amy Koss (soccer, Social Work), Marissa Martinek (bowling, Forensic Science), Erin McKenna (soccer, Nursing), Michael Miller (men's track, Biological Sciences), Cordarious Mingo (football, Interdisciplinary Studies), Derek Newton (football, Interdisciplinary Studies), Cody Pace (baseball, Criminology), Dominic Padrta (football, Sociology), Lyndsay Schlup (women's basketball, Marketing), Kell Shenep (men's golf, Interdisciplinary Studies), Greg Smith (football, Sport Management), David Starnes (men's track, Interdisciplinary Studies), Stanley Wakwe (football, Sport Management), Daylan Walker (football, Technology), Murray Watts (baseball, Marketing), Keith Wilcots (football, Biological Sciences), Jesse Williams (men's track, Accounting) and Caitlin Winey (women's track, Marketing).

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