UTSA student-athletes to earn undergraduate degrees on Monday
SAN ANTONIO — Twenty-six UTSA student-athletes will walk the stage and earn their undergraduate degrees on Monday at one of two commencement ceremonies held in the Alamodome.
The 2 p.m. ceremony includes the Colleges of Engineering, Liberal and Fine Arts, Public Policy and Science. The featured speaker is Julián Castro, Mayor, City of San Antonio.
The 7 p.m. ceremony features the Colleges of Architecture, Business and Education and Human Development and University College. Nancy R. Kudla, President, Kudla Family Foundation is the featured speaker.
Below is a list of student-athletes who earned their degree following the spring semester.
Daniel Balbontin, men's cross country/track & field
Jessica Bitterly, women's cross country/track & field
Colby Braddock, baseball
Tyler Brown, men's tennis
Ivan Garcia, men's cross country/track & field
Rodney Garza, baseball
Hugo Guanais, men's tennis
Lekenwic Haynes, football
Elise Huskey, volleyball
Kelsey Jewasko, volleyball
Andrew Keplinger, baseball
Edith Lopez, soccer
P.D. McIntyre, baseball
Kavya Menon, women's tennis
Briony Miller, women's track & field
Brandon Reeves, football
Roscoe Robinson, men's track & field
Ronson Small, men's track & field
Chenale Smith, women's track & field
Lindsay South, soccer
Eric Soza, football
Bruna Spengler, women's golf
Nicole Washington, women's track & field
Larry Wilkins, men's basketball
Megan Wimbish, volleyball
Pedro Zanotelli, men's tennis
Additional student-athletes who are scheduled to graduate in the summer also may walk since there is no summer commencement. UTSA Athletics will recognize that group in August.