48 Ohio State student-athletes to graduate in fall


Forty-eight current and former student-athletes are expected to graduate during Ohio State’s fall return to school at the Schottenstein Center on Sunday afternoon.

There are 20 current and former football players among the graduates, including the wide receiver Chris Olave, offensive tackle Nicolas Little-Brother, defensive end Tyreke smith, linebacker Teradja mitchell and a half corner Sevyn banks.

Former defensive tackle Tommy Togiai and linebacker Andy Katzenmoyer also took advantage of the sports department’s graduation program, which allows those who left school without graduating to come back and complete their degrees.

Other notable current and former Ohio State student-athletes who graduated on Sunday included the former pitcher Seth lonsway, who was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the sixth round of this year’s MLB Draft; former tennis player Francesca Di Lorenzo, two-time NCAA doubles champion and three-time national ITA champion; and footballer Izzy Rodriguez, who was selected by Kansas City Current in the fourth round of the NWSL Draft this weekend.

The start will be Sunday at 2 p.m. and will be broadcast on the official Ohio State website. The full list of graduates can be found below, sorted alphabetically by sport:

• BaseballZacharie Dezenzo, Sports industry; Lonsway, Consumer and Family Financial Services.

• CheerleaderLauren Taylor, Psychology.

• Soccer Kamryn babb, Communication; Banks, Communication; Chris Booker, Psychology; Jerron cage, Financial services to consumers and families; Jaylen harris, Communication; Antwuan jackson, Sociology; Xavier johnson, Financial services to consumers and families; Matthew Jones, Human development and family sciences; Katzenmoyer, Personalized study program in the humanities; Christophe Kuhn, Building systems; Austin kutscher, Human development and family sciences; Jagger LaRoe, Economy; Roen mccullough, Finance; Mitchell, Fashion and Retail Studies; Olave, Financial Services for Consumers and Families; Little Brother, Marketing; Corey rau, Sports coaching (Masters); Smith, sports industry; Togiai, Financial Services for Consumers and Families; Sam wigluz, Marketing.

• Field hockeySamantha Stone, Kinesiology (Masters).

• MascotDuncan MacKenzie, Biomedical genius; Edouard Persil, Finance.

• Men’s footballSamuel buzz, Kinesiology (Masters); Luis Hernandez, Economy.

• Rowing Rose Carr, Sports industry; Ida Petersen, Biochemistry.

• soft ballCarley Gaskell, Kinesiology (Masters); Skylar hayward, Health Sciences.

• Women’s cross-country skiing / athleticsEmma Hoellrich, Operations management.

• Diving Women Alexandra House, Health Sciences.-, Anthropology.

• Women’s fencing Eva petronchak, Anthropology.

• Women’s Golf Alanis Sakuma, Aviation management.

• Women’s lacrosseMarie kate george, Psychology.

• Women’s footballMarissa birzon, Marketing; Bailey Kolinski, Logistics management; Rodriguez, Finance.

• Women’s Swimming Georgia Mosher, Psychology; Sarah sperber, Neurosciences.

• Female athleticsDevine Parker, Psychology.

• Women’s tennis – Di Lorenzo, Sports Industry; Mary beth hurley, Health Sciences.

• Women’s volleyballHannah gruensfelder, Biomedical genius; Mia Grunze, Sports industry; Rebecca Mauer, Health Sciences.

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