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34 Graduate from Sport Management Program

May 15, 2019

On Saturday, May 11, the College celebrated the 65th Commencement at Blue Cross Arena where 34 sport management majors graduated and joined the growing network of alumni across the country.

Sport management graduate Evan Siebert shakes a dean's hand during Commencement.

Among those new alumni were student-athletes engaged in post-season play during the ceremony. To give these graduating seniors an opportunity to cross the stage and experience the pomp and circumstance that comes with Commencement, the College officially recognized their achievements during the inaugural Student-Athlete Commencement on Wednesday, May 8.

During the ceremony, sport management major and four-year member of the baseball team, Anthony Loussedes, delivered remarks on behalf of his class.

“Whatever path you are headed after today, whether it be graduate school, a career, or some other road less traveled, remember to always do it with excellence; as you did every time you stepped on the field, in the gym, in the weight room, or in the classroom,” he said.

At an awards ceremony hosted by the School of Arts and Sciences, sport management major Anna Therese Faso Miranda was honored for her academic excellence in the program.

At an awards ceremony hosted by the School of Arts and Sciences, sport management major Anna Therese Faso Miranda was honored for her academic excellence in the program.

The sport management Class of 2019 includes: Adam Bianchi, Matthew Bonafede, Michael Burton, Kyle Chambers, Matthew Crowley, James Dawson, Michael Falitico Anna Faso Miranda, James Finch, Michael Giruzzi, Ryan Henderson, Collin Hetherington, Jeremy Hosbach, Anthony Loussedes, Kevin Magee, Joshua Michels, Niko Mirizio, Alexander Mittiga, James Murray, Riley O’Brien, Andrew O’Hara, Nicholas Poehlmann, Matthew Raap, Derek Raux, Anthony Rinaldo, Brandon Sadlier, Keeley Samsonik, Zack Sharrow, Evan Siebert, Zachary Sisera, Mack Stewart, Justine