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31 Spartan Student-Athletes earn degrees at Spring Commencement

Spartan athletes at 2015 Graduation

Spartan athletes at 2015 Graduation

NORFOLK, Va. – A total of 31 former Norfolk State student-athletes earned their bachelor’s degrees when the university held its spring commencement on May 9. A little more than half of that total (16) also graduated with honors.

It marked the most graduates for NSU since the spring of 2012, when 49 former student-athletes walked across the stage at commencement. Including last December’s total, NSU athletics had a total of 52 graduates during the 2014-15 academic year.

Below are all 31 spring graduates listed by sport with their major.

2015 Norfolk State Athletics Spring Graduates
Women’s Track
Tiara Davis, History (with Honors)
Adugna Desalegn, Interdisciplinary Studies (with Honors)
Tori Lewis-Johnson, Management Information Systems (with Honors)
Brittney McCants, Psychology
Natalie McKenzie, Sociology

Men’s Track
Damtew Adnew, Electronics Engineering (with Honors)
D’Sean Brown, Accountancy
Kameron George, Electronics Engineering (with Honors)
Nathnael Meseret, Electronics Engineering

Women’s Basketball
Rae Corbo, Business Marketing (with Honors)
Aivah Parham, Accounting and Business Management (with Honors)

Football
Marcell Coke, Hospitality Management
Alex Killam, Electronics Engineering (with Honors)
Ryan Lee, Management
Deante Williams, Sociology

Baseball
Mikey Bruno, Entrepreneurship
Chris Dorney, Psychology
Cody Ellis, Physical Education
Brandon Hairston, Interdisciplinary Studies
Ian Horne, Kinesiotherapy (with Honors)
Justin Lee, Computer Science (with Honors)

Softball
Sommer Di Fulgo, Psychology (with Honors)
Liz Riley, Business

Men’s Tennis
Daniel Grauel, Finance (with Honors)
Peter Ramstromer-Pello, Electronics Technology (with Honors)

Women’s Tennis
Mafalda Lhorca, Mass Communications (with Honors)

Bowling
Ashley Buck, Sociology (with Honors)

Volleyball
Noelle Eagles, Health Fitness Instructor
Vanessa Faircloth, Mathematics
Jasmin Flowers, Chemistry (with Honors)
Coralie Jarema, Sociology

 

Originally published on NSUSpartans.com and used with permission.