63 Clemson student-athletes receive degrees


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Clemson, S.C.—Sixty-three student-athletes in 13 different sports graduated from Clemson University during ceremonies at Littlejohn Coliseum on Thursday, May 11 and Friday, May 12. The 63 graduates included six who returned to campus in the Tiger Trust Program.

The Clemson football program had 19 graduates receive diplomas over the two days, including five who were in the Tiger Trust Program. Among the Tiger Trust graduates was Terry Allen, an All-ACC player from 1987-89 who went on to an 11-year NFL career.

With the completion of the ceremonies over the last two days, Twenty-three of 24 senior lettermen on the 2016 Clemson National Championship team have graduated. The one senior who has not has just one class remaining to complete his degree requirements. In Head Coach Dabo Swinney’s career, 154 of 159 seniors have earned degrees.

Many other sports were represented during the graduation ceremonies this week. The rowing team that will play host to the ACC Championships on Sunday had 11 graduates over the last two days. Seven members of the women’s track program graduated, including Iana Amsterdam, a three-time ACC triple jump champion.

The Clemson baseball team had five graduates, including All-American Pat Krall and the team’s top hitter this year, Reed Rohlman. They will both be in action this weekend when Clemson plays host to second ranked Louisville.


Both Clemson soccer programs had four graduates. The women’s soccer graduates included Emily Byorth, who was a two-time Academic All-American. She and her sister and fellow graduate Gabby Byorth helped Clemson to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament and a No. 12 final ranking last fall. The Clemson men advanced to the Elite Eight and finished fifth in the final poll.

Starting center Sidy Djitte from the men’s basketball team graduated this week, meaning each of the last 16 seniors on Brad Brownell’s team has earned his undergraduate degree, a stretch that dates to 2012. Last week the program was honored as ranking in the top 10 percent in the nation in terms of APR scores.



Clemson Student-Athletes who Graduated May 11-12

Student Sport Major
Patrick Andrews Baseball *Mechanical Engineering
Charlie Barnes Baseball Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Mgt.
Pat Krall Baseball Management
Reed Rohlman Baseball Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt.
Andrew Towns Baseball Economics
Sidy Djitte Men’s Basketball Economics
Adrian Baker Football English
Jaquarius Brice Football Construction Science & Mgt.
Ryan Carter Football Sociology
Adrien Dunn Football Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt.
Tyshon Dye Football Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt.
Marcus Edmond Football Graphic Communications
Patrick Godfrey Football Economics
D.J. Greenlee Football Sociology
Sean Mac Lain Football History
Maverick Morris Football Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt.
Seth Ryan Football Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt.
Daniel Stone Football Material Science & Engineering
Bradley Tatko Football Biological Sciences
Korrin Wiggins Football Health Science
Carson Young Men’s Golf Marketing
Joseph Amon Men’s Soccer Communications
Austen Burnikel Men’s Soccer Health Science
Kevin Fielden Men’s Soccer *Business Administration
Mauriq Hill Men’s Soccer Financial Mangement
Robert Dudley Men’s Tennis Economics
Christian Harris Men’s Tennis Political Science
Brent Lett Men’s Tennis Accounting
Dareyus Person Men’s Track Psychology
Clayton Wilson Men’s Track Biochemistry
Giorgia Bergamasco Rowing Industrial Engineering
Rachel Brown Rowing Health Science
Cassidy Davidson Rowing Psychology
Gemma Davis Rowing Psychology
Lydia Hanewich Rowing Health Science
Milena Heuer Rowing Architechture
Anna Mclean Rowing Economicis
Maggie Nelson Rowing Nursing
Ashley Robinson Rowing Genetics
Kasi Sweisford Rowing Marketing
Paula Wesselmann Rowing Industrial Engineering
Jameel Abdulmateen ^Men’s Track Health Science
Dymon Adams ^Football Communications
Terry Allen ^Football Management
Keith Jennings ^Football Management
Antoine McClain ^Football Sociology
Darius Robinson ^Football Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt.
Jessica Hoang Women’s Golf Health Science
Emily Byorth Women’s Soccer Health Science
Gabby Byorth Women’s Soccer Health Science
Abby Jones Women’s Soccer Health Science
Katie Sprouse Women’s Soccer Bioengineering
Sarah Braun Diving Elementary Education
Iana Amsterdam Women’s Track Sociology
Malayshia George Women’s Track Health Science
Madison Huffman Women’s Track Microbiology
Molly Sullivan Women’s Track Communications
Evie Tate Women’s Track Health Science
Anasterasia Terrell Women’s Track Sociology
Alexa Womack Women’s Track Health Science
Irem Bayramoglu Volleyball Psychology
Sydney Moseley Volleyball Biological Sciences
Leah Perri Volleyball Health Science

Managers, Trainers and Cheerleaders
Student Sport Major
Deanne Flanders Cheerleader Civil Engineering
Shelby Grant Cheerleader Psychology
Rachel Holder Cheerleader Marketing
Lynsey Johnson Cheerleader Biological Sciences
Halie Manion Cheerleader Science Teaching
Samantha Phelan Cheerleader Architecture
Sydney Preston Cheerleader Nursing
Daniel Robinson Cheerleader Communications
Kaitlyn Styles Cheerleader Nursing
Grady Austin Manager Political Science
Richard Bradshaw Manager Language, International Health
Samuel Butler Manager Management
Robert Lund Manager Mathematical Sciences
Natalie Montoya Manager Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt.
David Rice Manager Science Teaching
Grant Youmans Manager Agriculture, Mech & Business
Jeffery Derrick Trainer Agricultural Education
Grace Jordan Trainer Nursing
Coty Marcengill Trainer Parks, Recreation & Tourism Mgt.

*Denotes Masters degree, ^ Tiger Trust Program

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