Congratulations to the Spartan graduates! – Athletics SJSU

With in-person graduation ceremonies on campus this week, the Athletics Department at San José State University is delighted to recognize our student-athletes who have completed their CHARGE towards academic excellence upon graduation. this autumn.

A total of 34 current and former student-athletes receive their undergraduate degrees at these ceremonies. Nine sports are represented among those celebrating the achievement, led by 19 football student-athletes.

San joseé Central State entry into force

San José State University Fall 2021 Graduates
Men’s basketball
Caleb simmons, Kinesiology
Richard washington, Communication studies

Jackson burrill, Hospitality management
Vincent Corso, Communication studies
Johnny balderas, Communication studies
Bobby Brown, II, Communication studies
Jesse chamberlain, Communication studies
Lando Gray, Sociology
Jamaar hardy, Psychology
Kyle Harmon, Communication studies
Billy Bob Humphreys, Business administration / Entrepreneurship
Andrew Jenkins, Political science
Christian johnson, Communication studies
Jay Lenard, Sociology
Tyler nevens, Communication studies
Tysyn parker, Justice Studies
Tyler stevens, Communication studies
Rico tolefree, Communication studies
Christian webb, Interdisciplinary studies
Malik Welch, Communication studies
Be white, Business Administration / General Affairs

Women’s Golf
Natasha Andrea Oon, Business Administration / General Affairs

Men’s football
Max Allen, Communication studies
Miguel Bermudez, Business Administration / Marketing
Wood of Finlay, Communication studies

Women’s football
Lauola Amanoni, Kinesiology
Hannah Room, Communication studies
Karlee Pottorff, Kinesiology

Swimming and diving for women
Kate hanf, Psychology
Gabby Heng, Anthropology
Claire Hultin, Journalism

Athletics / Cross Country Men
Nicolas harper, Sociology

Athletics Women / Cross Country
Kai bohannon, Applied Mathematics / Economics and Actuarial Science

Volleyball / Beach volleyball
Latahevai Lousi, Communication studies


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