RENO, Nev. – A total of 24 Nevada Wolf Pack student-athletes applied for graduation at the University of Nevada this fall and received degrees in commencement ceremonies today at Lawlor Events Center.
Thirteen representatives of this year’s football program will be walking today: Alex Boy, Public Health; Colton Concellos, Public Health; Jimbo Davis, Finance; Jarred Gipson, Public Health; Hasaan Henderson, General Studies; Jacob Henry, History; Jeremy Macauley, Management & Marketing; Elijah Mitchell, Management; Thomas Newton, Political Science; Jerico Richardson, Human Development Family Studies; Brayden Sanchez, Management; Jaden Sawyer, Management; Brent Zuzo, General Business.
The Wolf Pack track and field program had three graduates: Alison Powers, Accounting; Alyssa Zunino, Civil Engineering; Nicole Wadden, Human Development and Family Studies.
Rounding out the graduating class: Andrew Poustie (Men's Tennis), Civil Engineering; Erik Oberacker (Rifle), Philosophy; Samantha Willoughby (Volleyball), Mathematics; Caryn Khoo (Women’s Golf), Art; Krysta Palmer (Swim and Dive), Community Health Sciences – Kinesiology; Samantha Willoughby (Volleyball), Applied Mathematics.
Included in this year’s group of graduates are two former student-athletes who returned to campus to complete their degrees. --1990s men’s basketball player Brian Green (Community Health Sciences – Public Health) and 2000s football player Jerome Johnson (General Studies).
Including this group of fall graduates, Nevada has seen 767 of its student-athletes graduate in the past 11 years.