79 Georgia Tech athletes graduate this weekend

Credit: Georgia Tech Athletics

Credit: Georgia Tech Athletics

Georgia Tech celebrated commencement exercises this weekend with 79 former and current Yellow Jackets athletes among those receiving their degrees.

The graduates included All-American volleyball player Julia Bergmann (applied languages and international studies), All-ACC softball player Emma Kauf (biology) and football kicker Gavin Stewart (business administration).

By the measurement of the NCAA’s most recent data, Tech athletes had a 91% graduation rate, the department’s highest since the NCAA began tracking Graduation Success Rate.

This weekend’s graduating athletes:


Drew Compton (business administration)

Jackson Finley (business administration)

John Giesler (business administration)

Jadyn Jackson (business administration)

Ben King (biology)

Joseph Mannelly (master’s – real estate development)

Brandon Prince (business administration)

Jack Rubenstein (master’s – real estate development)

Josiah Siegel (business administration)

Dalton Smith (business administration)

Men’s basketball

Coleman Boyd (business administration)

Women’s basketball

Nerea Hermosa (applied languages and international studies)


Henry Freer (chemical and biomolecular engineering)

Jalen Huff (business administration)

Kenan Johnson (business administration)

Cade Kootsouradis (business administration)

Will Milam (business administration)

Chris Miller (business administration)

Luke Moseley (business administration)

Kalani Norris (business administration)

Jeremiah Smith (literature, media and communication)

Ryan Spiers (business administration)

Gavin Stewart (business administration)


Bartley Forrester (business administration)

Connor Howe (business administration)

Andy Mao (industrial engineering)

Ross Steelman (history, technology and society)


Meghan Cassidy (business administration)

Emma Kauf (biology)


Joseph Ashley (biomedical engineering)

Ryan Baker (mechanical engineering)

Alexia Cainion (neuroscience)

Elizabeth Cooper (computer science)

Logan Hudson (literature, media and communication)

Kolbie Johnson (computer science)

Caitlin Kaiser (earth and atmospheric science)

Jocelyn Kavanagh (music technology)

Rebecca Lieber (public policy)

Calyn Siver (psychology)

Julia Stager (biology)

Emily Thom (industrial engineering)

Jarret Torres (chemical and biomolecular engineering)

Isabelle Williams (architecture and building construction)

Men’s swimming and diving

Atticus Cohen (mechanical engineering)

Jonathan Shaheen (mechanical engineering)

Women’s swimming and diving

McKenzie Campbell (industrial engineering)

Abby Cohen (neuroscience)

Kyrsten Davis (computer science)

Imane El Barodi (mechanical engineering)

Morgan Johnson (mechanical engineering)

Duda Seifer (business administration)

Brooke Switzer (biomedical engineering)

Nicole Williams (computer science)

Carmen Woodruff (chemistry)

Men’s tennis

Brandon McKinney (business administration)

Women’s tennis

Rosie Garcia Gross (business administration)

Ava Hrastar (business administration)

Men’s track and field/cross country

James Cragin (business administration)

Brian Hauch (civil engineering)

Dylan Jean-Baptiste (electrical engineering)

Lee Keil (business administration)

Cole Miller (master’s – mechanical engineering)

Jameson Miller (mechanical engineering)

Harrison Morris (aerospace engineering)

Ronan Sullivan (mechanical engineering)

McKinley Thompson (environmental engineering)

Joshua Williams (materials science and engineering)

Women’s track and field/cross country

Onyinye Chukka (biology)

Reese Crawford (psychology)

Liz Galarza (master’s – mechanical engineering)

Taylor Grimes (mechanical engineering)

Mary Kathryn Knott (psychology)

Attallah Smith (environmental engineering)

Ilene Soleyn (business administration)

Mikayla Williams (business administration)


Julia Bergmann (applied languages and international studies)

Nicole Drewnick (business administration)

Breland Morrissette (analytics)

Erin Moss (chemical and biomolecular engineering)