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Monday, May 21, 2012

FORTY-FIVE (BSU) STUDENT-ATHLETES EARN DEGREES



(BOWIE, Md. – May 18, 2012) Forty-five current and former student-athletes, student-trainers, managers and cheerleaders were among Bowie State University graduates who received degrees in the 2012 Spring Commencement – Friday, May 18th in BSU’s Bulldog Stadium.  “Today is a great day to be a Bulldog.  It is always great when we are able to celebrate victories together.  And, today was a great victory for the Bulldog Nation.   Having our student-athletes graduate today is a testament to the commitment the entire University has put forth in the support of Academics and Athletics”, said Athletic Director Anton Goff.

Current Student-Athletes
William Bailey – B.S. Business Administration – Men’s Track and Football
Rebekah Cabaltica – B.A. Fine Arts – Women’s Tennis
Lakisha Carney – B.A. Fine Arts – Women’s Track and Volleyball
Maro Erhie – B.S. Sociology - Football
Julius George – B.S. Communications – Football
Keith Harris – B.S. Sociology - Football
Kevin James – B.S. Communications – Football
Andre Johnson – B.S. Sport Management – Football
Delano Johnson – B.S. Child and Adolescent Studies - Football
Kimberly Jones – B.S. Sociology – Women’s Basketball
Seth Minter – B.S. Business Administration – Football
Bridgette Ogunmokun – B.S. Social Work – Women’s Track
Alonzo Williams – B.S. Sociology – Men’s Track
Maurice Wilson – B.S. Business Administration - Football

Former Student-Athletes
Solomon Adderley – B.A Fine Arts – Football
Aaron Bolds – B.S. Biology – Football
Jamese Cobb – B.S. Sociology – Women’s Track
Verra Diggs – B.S. Sociology – Women’s Bowling
Joshlyn Eggleston – B.S. Communication – Women’s Volleyball
Ralph Fertil – B.S. History and Government - Football
Jamin Gallman – B.S. Mathematics – Men’s Cross Country and Track
Aaron Henderson – B.S. Visual Communication, Digital and Media Arts - Football
Cindy Holland – B.S. Biology – Women’s Volleyball
Tanika Jeffers – B.S. Communications – Women’s Basketball
Lateasha Johnson – B.S. Business Administration – Women’s Volleyball
Luqman Lawal – B.S. Biology – Men’s Track
Tiana Lewis – B.S. History and Government – Women’s Basketball
Jeremy Marshall – B.S. Business Administration – Men’s Track
Shamika Patton – B.S. Sport Management – Women’s Cross Country and Track
Alexander Payton – B.S. B.S. History and Government – Football
Whitni Richardson – B.S. Psychology – Women’s Basketball
Kevin Thomas – B.S. History and Government – Football
James Washington – B.S. Psychology – Men’s Track
Taylen Washington – B.S. Communications – Football
Rodney Webb – B.S. Communications – Football
Lemar Williams – B.S. Business Administration - Football
Malcolm Womack – B.S. Mathematics – Men’s Cross Country and Track

Cheerleaders
Courtney Forbes – B.S. Communications
Andrea George – B.S. Communications
Christina Jackson – B.S. Business Administration

Athletic Trainers
Morgan Jones – B.S. Elementary Education

Managers
Tara Davenport – B.S. Sport Management (Managers/Athletic Operations Assistant Staff)
Stephanie Waters – B.S. Social Work

Former Student-Athletes Receiving Masters
Rasheda Spratley – Master of Arts in Human Resource Management – Track/Cheerleader
Darren Williams – Master of Arts in Human Resource Management – Football/Track

The ceremony ended another successful academic year for the school’s athletic program.  The graduating class included NFL free agent Delano Johnson of the Houston Texans, BSU SGA President and one-time Cross Country Champion Jamin Gallman, 2011-2012 BSU Athletic Department Male Student-Athlete of the Year and two-time NCAA Track All-American William Bailey, one-time Bowling Champion and first CIAA Bowler to bowl a perfect game Verra Diggs and Rebekah Cabaltica member of the Women’s Tennis team who won this year’s BSU team highest grade point average award.

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