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UWA graduates twenty-one student-athletes

Published 11:51am Monday, December 17, 2012

LIVINGSTON – Twenty-one student athletes from eight different sports were awarded their baccalaureate degrees Saturday at the University of West Alabama Graduation Exercises at Pruitt Hall.

Of the eight sports represented, football led the way with seven players being awarded degrees Saturday, including Kendrick Office, who returned to finish his degree at age 34 following a professional football career. Women’s basketball, cross country and softball followed with three each.

“We are proud of these Tiger student-athletes and the commitment they made toward being not only the best they can be on the field or court, but more importantly in the classroom,” UWA Director of Athletics Stan Williamson said. “They have completed one journey and are now taking on new and exciting challenges in their lives and we wish them well.”

Following is the complete listing by sport of Tiger student-athletes who received their degree and the degree earned:

Baseball

Micah Reaves
BA Psychology

Tyler Shaw
BS Physical Education

Cross Country

Polina Babkina
BS Psychology

Anne Enoch
BS Special Education

Jonathan Sellers
BS English

Football

Randy Lowery
BS Physical Education

Jeremy McAdam
BS Physical Education

Kendrick Office
BS Physical Education

Blake Pate
BS Physical Education

Josh Senkbeil
BS Psychology & Sociology

Ryne Smith
BS History

Steffan Young
BS Physical Education

Softball

Caitlyn Bonham
BS Marine Biology

Ashley Frost
BS Elementary Education

Hannah Griffin
BS Physical Education

Tennis

Angy Cuellar
BBA Business Administration

Volleyball

Olivia Drew
BS Physical Education

Hilary Lobenstein
BS Physical Education

Women’s Basketball

Tara Grayson
BS Biology Comprehensive

LaTashia Greer
BS Physical Education

Keiara Middleton
BBA Computer Info Systems

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