21 Clemson Student-Athletes Graduate on Thursday


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Clemson, SC—Twenty-one Clemson student-athletes, including eight active football players, earned degrees during graduation ceremonies at Littlejohn Coliseum on Thursday.


The list of graduates included DeAndre McDaniel, a two-time All-ACC and two-time All-American, who earned his degree in sociology. Other Tiger gridders who earned degrees on Thursday were Brandon Clear, Xavier Dye, Brock Henderson, Shawn Leonard-Horwith, Kasey Nobles, Ben Ramsey and John Wright. Former Tiger Jamal Medlin also graduated on Thursday.


Women’s track All-Americans Liane Weber and Kristine Scott, and men’s soccer top scorer Tommy Drake were also among the graduates. Weber still has eligibility and will be one of Clemson’s top women’s track athletes this spring.



Clemson Student-Athletes who Graduated  Dec. 16, 2010

	Name	                Sport	        Major
	Estafania Balda Alvarez	Women’s Tennis	Management
	Matthew Angelini	Swimming	Computer Science
	Rok Bizjak	        Men’s Tennis	Sociology
	Jason Chatlosh	        Swimming	Parks Recreation & Tourism
	Brandon Clear	        Football	Marketing
	Tommy Drake	        Soccer	        Microbiology	
	Xavier Dye	        Football	Sociology
	Josh Fowler	        Track	        Marketing
	David Giambra	        Swimming	Mechanical Engineering
	Brock Henderson	        Football	Financial Management
	Kelsey Hudome	        Rowing	        Health Science
	Shawn Leonard-Horwith	Football	Civil Engineering
	DeAndre McDaniel	Football	Sociology
	Jamal Medlin	        Football	Sociology
	Tyler Morey	        Track	        Parks Recreation and Tourism
	Miller Moss	        Track	        Financial Management
	Kasey Nobles	        Football	Management
	Ben Ramsey	        Football	Construction Science and Mgt.
	Kristine Scott	        Women’s Track	Sociology
	Liane Weber	        Women’s Track	Health Science
	John Wright	        Football	Financial Management


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