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UTSA honors student-athlete graduates and their impact on campus, in community

UTSA honors student-athlete graduates and their impact on campus, in community

MAY 13, 2022 — The UTSA Department of Intercollegiate Athletics honored 53 spring and summer student-athlete graduates in a ceremony earlier today.

“We’re extremely proud and honored to celebrate our spring and summer graduates,” UTSA Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Lisa Campos said. “Earning a college degree requires responsibility, dedication and perseverance, and each of these student-athletes has worked diligently toward achieving this goal. These graduates are leaders and ambassadors of UTSA who are prepared to contribute to the world ahead of them.”

The 53 spring/summer student-athletes who crossed the stage today have already shown their ability to impact the campus and their community. 


“These graduates are leaders and ambassadors of UTSA who are prepared to contribute to the world ahead of them.”



The UTSA Department of Intercollegiate Athletics honored 53 spring and summer student-athlete graduates in a ceremony on Friday, May 13.



Between these individuals, there are:

  • 110 C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll selections 
  • 33 C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medals
  • 5 Academic All-Americans or national scholar award winners
  • 4 Academic All-District honorees
  • 1 C-USA Scholar Athlete of the Year
  • 6 C-USA All-Academic Team selections
  • 40 All-Conference USA selections
  • 3 Conference USA team championships
  • 1,638 combined hours of community service

UTSA also will celebrate its graduates with several ceremonies. Commencement Drive will take place at 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 13, on the Main Campus. Commencement ceremonies will be held at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, at the Alamodome.


EXPLORE FURTHER

A complete list of UTSA's spring/summer student-athlete graduates by sport is listed below. 

Baseball
Ian Bailey 
John Chomko 
Reece Easterling 
Ryan Flores 
Jacob Jimenez 
Chase Keng 
Josh Killeen 
Grant Miller 
Kyle Sonduck 

Men’s Basketball
Phoenix Ford 
Darius McNeill 
Adrian Rodriguez 

Women’s Basketball
Mandi Cooks 
Chantel Govan 
Karley Larson 
Yuliyana Valcheva 

Football
Josh Adkins 
Trumane Bell II 
Myles Benning 
Tre'Von Bradley 
Kevin Davis 
Hunter Duplessis 
Trevor Harmanson 
Makai Hart 
Jaylon Haynes 
Ahofitu Maka 
Brandon Matterson 
Jarrett Preston 
Dadrian Taylor 
Julon Williams 

Men’s Golf
Michael Rome

Women’s Golf
Ana Gonzalez 
Hannah Holzmann 
Katia Mexsen 
Nicole Polivchak

Soccer
Katie Becker 
Alyssa Blankenship

Softball
Lauren Coerver 
Marena Estell 
Riley Grunberg

Men’s Tennis
Joao Ceolin 

Women’s Tennis
Sophie Omoworare 

Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country
Bashiru Abdullahi 
Sam Healy 
Diego Pettorossi 
Jake Smith 

Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country
Abby Balli 
Cheshaun Cresser 
Danielle Spence 
Maren Wilms  

Volleyball 
Jessica Landridge 
Mia Perales 
Mia Ybarra

Kyle Stephens



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