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Gonzaga Student-Athletes Receive Undergraduate Degrees

Courtesy: Gonzaga Athletics
          Release: 05/12/2014
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SPOKANE, Wash. – Commencement on the Gonzaga University campus is behind us for another year and among the 2014 graduates were 56 student-athletes who received their undergraduate diplomas.

Six of those graduates haven’t worn the Bulldogs uniform for the last time, however, as they will return to compete while pursuing work on their Master’s degrees in the fall. Those six are women’s cross country runner Catherine Theobald, men’s cross country runner Willie Milam, men’s rowing coxswain Danielle Moorhouse, men's soccer player Lars Ludwigs, and women’s basketball players Lindsay Sherbert and Sunny Greinacher.

Men’s basketball player Drew Barham, who completed his eligibility this past season, received his Master’s in Arts and Organizational Leadership last Saturday. Barham completed his undergraduate degree in three years at the University of Memphis prior to transferring to Gonzaga and earned his graduate degree in two years while playing for the Zags.

Three student-athletes completed their degrees in December – volleyball player Meredith Crenshaw, men’s soccer player Ryan Caballero and women’s cross country runner Becca Barad.

The following student-athletes who received their undergraduate degree(s) are:

Baseball – Will Abram, Sport Management; David Bigelow, Accounting; Ben Brown, Accounting; Payden Cawley Lamb, Sport Management; Karl Myers, Physical Education; Brock Slavin, Criminal Justice. Men’s Basketball – Brian Bhaskar, Biology; Adam Morrison, Sport Management. Men’s Rowing – Kayla Cartelli, Public Relations; Danielle Moorhouse, Environmental Studies. Men’s Golf – Peter Gullickson, Business Administration- Accounting. Men’s Soccer – Ryan Caballero, History; Greg Carter, Civil Engineering; Alec Cutter, Physical Education; Nick Hamer, Public Relations; Nikolai Littleton, Sport Management; Lars Ludwigs, Business Marketing; Andrew Owenson, Mechanical Engineering; Josh Phillips, Business Administration. Men’s Tennis – Muzeen Ismath, Biology; Pablo Mosquera Pérez, Journalism; Jack Schoebel, Business Administration. Men’s Cross Country – Scott Davis, Math, English; Brent Felnagle, Psychology; Nate Gesell, Electric Engineering; Joe LaMontagne, Political Science, Spanish; Willie Milam, Business Administration; Volleyball – Meredith Crenshaw, Environmental Studies; Kristina Lavrisha, Undeclared Business; Kennedy Wesley, Psychology. Women’s Basketball – Sunny Greinacher, Psychology; Lindsay Sherbert, Applied Communications; Stephanie Golden, Public Relations; Jazmine Redmon, Physical Education; Danielle Walter, Business Administration-Finance. Women’s Rowing – Sarah Atkins, Nursing; Naseeb Bhangal, Psychology’ Brenna Brown, International Relations; Jordan Davies, Political Science; Madison Keaty, Sport Management; Malori McGill, Business Administration; Jordan Schroeder, Biology; Wendy Wigg, Accounting. Women’s Golf – Tai Jade 'TJ' Kliebphipat, Business Administration. Women’s Soccer – Emily Eckmann, Human Physiology; Ali Ohashi, Psychology. Women’s Tennis – Hanley Caras, Nursing. Women’s Cross Country – Emily Albrecht, Business Administration-Marketing; Becca Barad, Environmental Studies; Krista Beyer, Civil Engineering; Meghan Blanchet, Math; Shelly Davis, Psychology; Jordan McCann, Psychology; Stephanie Moore, Human Physiology; Catherine Theobald, Special Education; Jennifer Wheeler, Human Physiology.

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