Georgia Tech spring graduates include 76 athletes

Sam Fried

Colin Hall (business administration) Joseph Mannelly (master’s – real estate development) Cole McNamee (master’s – building construction) John Medich (master’s – quantitative and computational finance) Mark Teixeira (business administration) Men’s basketball Michael Devoe (business administration) Khalid Moore (business administration) Bubba Parham (history, technology and society) Jordan Usher (business administration) Women’s […]

Colin Hall (business administration)

Joseph Mannelly (master’s – real estate development)

Cole McNamee (master’s – building construction)

John Medich (master’s – quantitative and computational finance)

Mark Teixeira (business administration)

Men’s basketball

Michael Devoe (business administration)

Khalid Moore (business administration)

Bubba Parham (history, technology and society)

Jordan Usher (business administration)

Women’s basketball

Sarah Bates (business administration)

Lotta-Maj Lahtinen (business administration)

Football

Tony Amerson (literature, media and communication)

Trad Beatty (master’s – building construction)

Jamal Camp (business administration)

T.K. Chimedza (business administration)

Brent Cimaglia (master’s – real estate development)

Devin Cochran (master’s – building construction)

Jack Coco (master’s – real estate development)

Thomas Culwell (master’s – industrial engineering)

Dylan Deveney (business administration)

Marquez Ezzard (literature, media and communication)

Pejé Harris (literature, media and communication)

Luke Johns (business administration)

Austin Kent (master’s – public policy)

Ryan Lantz (business administration)

Will Marshall (civil and environmental engineering)

Cole Neuber (master’s – real estate development)

Zach Owens (business administration)

Myles Sims (business administration)

Austin Smith (business administration)

Jordan Yates (business administration)

Golf

Luka Karaulic (business administration)

Ben Smith (business administration)

Softball

Kennedy Cowden (psychology)

Ariella Jackson (biology)

Palmer Pinholster (literature, media and communication)

Alexis Ray (business administration)

Bailee Zeitler (business administration)

Spirit

Rachel Epperson (biomedical engineering)

Landon Eisenhut (computer science)

Peter Campfield (mechanical engineering)

Kolbie Johnson (computer science)

Jocelyn Kavanagh (music technology)

Erin McGinley (mechanical engineering)

Morgan McGuinn (industrial engineering)

Jennifer Miller (industrial engineering)

Kira Pancha (computer science)

Julie Shorey (civil engineering)

Jarrett Torres (chemical and biomolecular engineering)

Kristen Wedegis (computational media)

Isabelle Williams (architecture)

Men’s swimming & diving

Kyle Barone (computer science)

Christian Ferraro (chemical and biomolecular engineering)

Daniel Jacobs (business administration)

Caio Pumputis (business administration)

Clark Wakeland (aerospace engineering)

Women’s swimming & diving

Kelsey Dekshenieks (business administration)

Emily Graham (business administration)

Cami Hidalgo (mechanical engineering)

Jami Williams (business administration)

Women’s tennis

Gia Cohen (business administration)

Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country

Nicole Fegans (business administration)

Abby Kettle (master’s – health systems)

Clay McKnight (economics)

Olivia Moore (industrial design)

Liz Rice (business administration)

Haley Unthank (civil engineering)

Men’s track & field/cross country

Henrik Anderson (computer science)

Zachary Jones (business administration)

Cole Miller (mechanical engineering)

William O’Reilly (business administration)

David Reteneller (computer science)

Volleyball

Mikaila Dowd (biomedical engineering)

Kayla Kaiser (literature, media and communication)

Maddie Tippett (business administration)

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