(PITTSBURGH, Pa.) – The Carnegie Mellon University Department of Athletics celebrated the graduation of 80 student-athletes on Sunday, May 20 during the campus-wide ceremony held in Gesling Stadium. In total, more than 5,000 graduates were recognized over the weekend for the University’s 121st commencement.
The 80 student-athletes graduating have a stellar track record of academic success. The combined grade-point average of the student-athlete graduates is 3.442 with two earning initiation into Phi Beta Kappa while three were named Andrew Carnegie Society Scholars.
Of the group, 31 will graduate with degrees from the College of Engineering, 24 from the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, 13 from the Tepper School of Business, nine from the Mellon College of Science, and three from the School of Computer Science.
The student-athletes graduating are:
Men’s Cross Country/Track and Field – Jordan Safer
Women’s Cross Country/Track and Field – Aparna Alavilli, Natalya Buchwald, Rhiannon Farney, Zeleena Kearney
Men’s Basketball – Thomas Cook, Ryan Maha
Football – Neal Baranosky, Sam Benger, Scot Beumel, Stanley Bikulege, Kyle Brittain, Lukas Cervenak, Travis Chambers, Devin Cortese, Tyler Eckler, Drew Fitzmorris, Sean Graff, Stephen Gross, Meantaek Hwang, Bryan Jangro, Jacob Johnson, Tyler Kohman, Ryan Lilliock, Tommy Mansfield, Ben Mersman, Andrew Nickell, John Prather, Owen Rozinsky, Joshua Solarek, Quentin Wolfe
Men’s Golf – Adrian Del Bosque, Nikhil Mohan
Women’s Golf – Ginger Glass, Emma Hoskins, Summer Kitahara, Isabelle Tseng
Men’s Soccer – Matt De Jesus, Andrew Ferber, Jimmy Jameson, Harry Landis, Ryan Stinebaugh
Women’s Soccer – Haili Adams, Alyssa Brandt, Missy Dominick, Allie Furlo, Tori Iatarola, Keely Jelinek, Morgan Kontor, Sarah Mahler, Alex Moy, Sienna Stritter, Katie Strycharz, Grant Wilmer, Nicole Winegardner
Men’s Swimming and Diving – Matt Chu, Michael DiBacco, DeShawn Green, Jacob Rubenstein, Josh Taekman
Women’s Swimming and Diving – Kim Hochstedler, Emma Shi, Mary St. John, Sarah Winget, Anna Wong
Men’s Tennis – Jeffrey Chen, Tommy Cheng
Women’s Tennis – Katie Lai, Cori Sidell
Men’s Track and Field – Eloy Fernandez, Jacob Schofel, Cameron Smith
Women’s Track and Field – Kiersten Chuc, Sarah Cook, Sarah Miholer
Volleyball – Eliza Donohue, Heather Holton, Shalani Stockton, Amanda Thiele, Hannah Wooten