Thirty-six Bearcats are expected to graduate this week


CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati is proud to recognize 36 student-athletes who will graduate with bachelor’s or master’s degrees this weekend.

Thirty Bearcats are completing their undergraduate programs, with six more: Noah Davis (sports administration), Cody Lamb (MBA), Vincent McConnell (MBA) and Michael Young (sports administration) from the football team, as well as the athletics Austin Edwards (sport administration) and Alec Sandusky (M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction), obtaining their masters.

The undergraduates are as follows. Terrill Byrd graduated after being literate from 2005-08, winning three All-BIG EAST accolades and was named AP Second-Team All-American in 2007.

Baseball (1)
Jake Hansen (criminal justice)

Soccer (19)
Will Adams (Marketing), Blake Bacevich (Biological Studies), Terrill Byrd (Interdisciplinary Studies), Jack Campbell (Finance), Jeremy Cooper (Interdisciplinary Studies), Jerome Ford (Criminal Justice), Joey Groeber (History), Ja’von Hicks (criminal justice), Mychal Keys (interdisciplinary studies), Casey Kirk (accounting), Lorenz Metz (industrial management), Nate Meyer (psychology), Michael Oaks (real estate), Alec Pierce (mechanical engineering), Garyn Prater (marketing), Myjai Sanders (Interdisciplinary Studies), Leonard Taylor (Criminal Justice), James Tunstall (Interdisciplinary Studies), Josh Whyle (Criminal Justice)

Men’s Golf (1)
Joey McCarthy (psychology)

Mens Football (1)
Abubakar Kasule (interdisciplinary studies)

Swimming and diving (1)
Tai Sims (journalism)

Athletics (2)
Isiah McCall (Sports Administration), Rylee Penn (Criminal Justice)

Women’s Football (2)
Brandi Thomsen (biological sciences), Ying Zhan (operations management)

Volleyball (3)
Kailea Carrier (interdisciplinary studies), Adria Oliver (communications), Shannon Williams (marketing)


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