Thirty-five Clemson Athletes Graduating on Friday


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Clemson, SC-Thirty-five Clemson athletes in 12 different sports will graduate during Clemson's graduation ceremonies at Littlejohn
Coliseum on Friday. There will be two graduation sessions, one in
the morning and one in the afternoon.

The list of graduates includes women's tennis players Julie Coin and Alix Lacelarie, who will graduate in the morning session, then compete for Clemson against Northwestern later the afternoon in
the NCAA Women's tennis tournament at Clemson. Tiger baseball
players Jeff Hahn, Gene Pierce and Daniel Pritchard will also graduate on Friday, then drive to Winston-Salem for the Clemson vs.
Wake Forest weekend baseball series.


The list of athletes who will graduate on Friday includes starting football center Tommy Sharpe, two-time All-American and three-time All-ACC golfer Jack Ferguson, All-ACC golfer Brent
Delahoussaye, All-ACC swimmer Tommy Rappold, National Indoor Track
Champion Gisele Oliveira, All-ACC volleyball athlete Leslie Finn and swimmer Mary Green who won a Weaver-James-Corrigan Scholarship from the Atlantic Coast Conference earlier this semester.






Clemson Student-Athletes Graduating on May 13
Athlete			Sport			Major
Jeff Hahn		Baseball		Marketing
Gene  Pierce		Baseball		Civil Engineering
Daniel Pritchard	Baseball		Marketing
Tommy Sharpe		Football		Management
Benny Lee		Football		Electrical Engineering
Todd McClinton		Football		PRTM
Ryan Charpia		Football		Secondary Ed (History & Geography)
Anthony Williams	Football		Computer Engineering
Brent Delahoussaye	Golf			Sports Management
Jack Ferguson		Golf			PRTM
Adam Nickell		Men's Soccer		Sociology
Tommy Rappold		Men's Swimming		Computer Information Systems
Thomas Reed		Men's Swimming		Health Science
Michael Bolling		Men's Track		Marketing
Derek Gilson		Men's Track		Sociology
Brandon Holmes		Men's Track		Health Science
Donald  Kautz		Men's Track		Language, International Trade
Matt Pimentel		Men's Track		Marketing
Jacey Harper		Men's Track		Packaging Science
Derrick Wyatt		Men's Track		Marketing
Sarah Canterbury	Rowing			Industrial Engineering
Jennifer Champa		Rowing			Marketing
Mary Green		Rowing			Psychology
Leslie Finn		Volleyball		Economics
Stephanie Haskell	Volleyball		Communications Studies
Jennifer Anderson	Women's Soccer		Elementary Education
Jennifer Bires		Women's Swimming	Language, International Trade
Erin Carne		Women's Swimming	Secondary Education (English)
Aurelie Gresset		Women's Swimming	Biochemistry
Maryellyn Jamieson	Women's Swimming	Elementary Education
Franchele Klaus		Women's Swimming	Accounting
Anne Stanton		Women's Swimming	PRTM
Gisele Oliveira		Women's Track		Management
Julie Coin		Women's Tennis		Mathematical Sciences
Alix Lacelarie		Women's Tennis		Language, International trade

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