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24 Texas A&M Student-Athletes Set to Graduate

August 13, 2014
Courtesy: Texas A&M Athletics
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas—Summer commencement exercises are scheduled at Reed Arena on the Texas A&M University campus on Friday, Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. A total of 24 Aggie student-athletes are slated to participate in graduation ceremonies.

            The 24 August student-athletes join the 78 student-athletes who graduated in May as a special group who began their collegiate journey in the Big 12 Conference and helped usher Texas A&M into the Southeastern Conference.

            “I am extremely proud of these young people for taking advantage of an opportunity to continue to play a sport they love, while also earning a degree from our world-class university,” Director of Athletics Eric Hyman said. “These student-athletes have put in a lot of time, effort and dedication to reach this goal, and everyone who has supported them throughout their lives is to be congratulated as well.”

            “Many of these student-athletes have not only excelled on the playing fields and in the classrooms, but also through their community outreach efforts,” Hyman explained. “They are excellent role models and outstanding representatives of Texas A&M and Aggies everywhere.”

            Four recent senior Aggie student-athletes were recipients of a combined $25,000 in postgraduate scholarships from the SEC. The Brad Davis SEC Community Service Postgraduate Scholarship honorees were Nora Skelton from soccer and Blake McDonald from men’s basketball, while Paul-Marc Schweitzer from men’s swimming and diving and multi-sport student-athlete Cristina Sanchez-Quintanar who played on the women’s tennis, soccer and basketball teams earned the H. Boyd McWhorter Postgraduate Scholarships.

            In the Aggies’ second season in the SEC, Texas A&M brought home a national championship in women’s outdoor track and field and finished in the Top 10 in the Learfield NACDA Director’s Cup for the fifth straight year.

The Aggie women’s soccer team and the men’s outdoor track and field squad won SEC Championships and the women’s soccer team and the men’s tennis squad won their respective SEC Championship Tournaments.

Another successful athletic year was evident with 10 of the 20 intercollegiate sports finishing in their respective Top 10.

            A complete list of student-athlete graduates follows below.


Name                                                   Sport

Babineaux, Ricky                                Men’s Track & Field

Bonin, Joshua                                      Women’s Soccer (Practice Squad)

Carrell, Peyton                                    Men’s Basketball

Curl, Charles                                       Baseball

Dumezich, Mel                                    Softball

Hall, Dante                                          Football

Harris, Fabyon                                    Men’s Basketball

Honeycutt, Clay                                  Football

Humphreys, Sam                                 Men’s Track & Field

Hydrick, Jill                                        Women’s Track & Field

Kelley, Ryan                                       Men’s Golf

Lelei, Henry                                        Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country

Mays, Melissa                                     Women’s Track & Field

McLean, Cameron                            Men's Swimming & Diving

Mocio, Chelsea                                   Women’s Golf

Ogbuehi, Cedric                                  Football

Reed, Eric                                           Baseball

Roberson, Kourtney                            Men’s Basketball

Salazar, Gabriela                                 Women’s Track & Field

St. Germain, Rebecca                         Women’s Swimming & Diving

Stelma, Robert                                    Baseball

Tomlin, Kelsey                                    Women’s Swimming & Diving

Wilson, Jordan                                    Women’s Track & Field

Womack, Jeronda                               Women’s Track & Field


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