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Tide Athletes Take Part In Graduation
At least one member from all 15 Alabama teams will be part of the ceremonies this weekend, including 27 student-athletes that was a part of seven Crimson Tide national championship titles (three football, two gymnastics, women's golf and softball) over the last four years.
The football team, winners of three of the last four national titles, will have 16 more graduates this weekend, including Cade Foster, Nico Johnson, Harrison Jones, William Ming, Wes Neighbors, Tana Patrick, Anthony Steen, Ed Stinson, Hunter Bush, Gilbert Cook, Rowdy Harrell, Kelly Johnson, Aaron Joiner, Parker Philpot, Russell Raines and Jeremy Shelley.
Four members of the gymnastics team's 2011 and 2012 NCAA championships teams, Scholastic All-American Becca Alexin and All-Americans and Scholastic All-Americans Marissa Gutierrez, Ashley Priess and Ashley Sledge have also earned their degrees.
The defending national champion softball team will have five graduates, including All-Americans Kayla Braud and Jennifer Fenton. They will be joined by Keima Davis, Olivia Gibson and Jazlyn Lunceford. The defending national champion women's golf team will be represented by two-time All-American Jennifer Kirby and Courtney McKim.
Men's golfer Scott Strohmeyer, a three-year member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll, will join men's swimming and diving team captains and SEC Academic Honor Roll members Jake Reynolds and John Ellis as well as women's swimming and diving captain and school record holder Jenna Gallo in the weekend festivities.
Two-time All-SEC volleyball player Kayla Fitterer joins 2013 ITA Doubles All-American and three-time All-SEC selection Alexa Guarachi from women's tennis on the stage. Rowing team captain Tabitha Coleman will be earning her second degree this weekend and will be joined by teammates Kiffy Balchon and Jessica Parker.
Four-year starters Ashley Willis and Josie Rix highlight the women's soccer graduates while school record holder and All-American pole vaulter Alexis Paine will receive her degree as well.
The University of Alabama will hold three graduation ceremonies over the weekend with the first starting on Friday, May 3, at 6:30 p.m. The Saturday ceremonies will begin at 9 a.m., and at 1:30 p.m.
Alabama's 2013 Spring Graduates
Student Athlete, Sport
Kent Jones, Baseball
Brett Booth, Baseball
Clay Jones, Baseball
Brandon May, Baseball
Kenny Roberts, Baseball
Taylor Wolfe, Baseball
Allen Dye, Baseball
Hunter Gregory, Baseball
Moussa Gueye, Men's Basketball
Khristin Lee, Women's Basketball
Austin Duckworth, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Carison Kemei, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Moses Kiptoo, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Jourdan Battiste, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Joel Lynch, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Terrell Mickens, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Wilamena Hopkins, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Megan Williams, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Alexis Paine, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Postenea Louisjeune, Track & Field/ Cross Country
Cade Foster, Football
Nico Johnson, Football
Harrison Jones, Football
William Ming, Football
Wes Neighbors, Football
Tana Patrick, Football
Anthony Steen, Football
Ed Stinson, Football
Hunter Bush, Football
Gilbert Cook, Football
Rowdy Harrell, Football
Kelly Johnson, Football
Aaron Joiner, Football
Parker Philpot, Football
Russell Raines, Football
Jeremy Shelley, Football
Lee Knox, Men's Golf
Scott Strohmeyer, Men's Golf
Courtney McKim, Women's Golf
Jennifer Kirby, Women's Golf
Becca Alexin, Gymnastics
Ricki Lebegern, Gymnastics
Marissa Gutierrez, Gymnastics
Ashley Priess, Gymnastics
Ashley Sledge, Gymnastics
John Ellis, Men's Swimming & Diving
Peter Hillyer, Men's Swimming & Diving
Brandon Lowe, Men's Swimming & Diving
Jake Reynolds, Men's Swimming & Diving
Reese Shirey, Men's Swimming & Diving
Harris Barnard, Men's Tennis
Michael Thompson, Men's Tennis
Kiffy Balchon, Rowing
Tabitha Coleman, Rowing
Jessica Parker, Rowing
Kayla Braud, Softball
Keima Davis, Softball
Jennifer Fenton, Softball
Olivia Gibson, Softball
Jazlyn Lunceford, Softball
Kylee Brown, Women's Soccer
Meghan Duffy, Women's Soccer
Courtney Pixler, Women's Soccer
Josie Rix, Women's Soccer
Lindsey Sillers, Women's Soccer
Ashley Willis, Women's Soccer
Katie Woolbright, Women's Soccer
Jenna Gallo, Women's Swimming & Diving
Hillary Hahmann, Women's Swimming & Diving
Alexa Guarachi, Women's Tennis
Cristina Arenas, Women's Volleyball
Kayla Fitterer, Women's Volleyball
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