23 Student-Athletes Set to Graduate from Georgia Tech – Athletics — Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

23 Student-Athletes Set to Graduate from Georgia Tech – Athletics — Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

THE FLATS — Twenty-three student-athletes are among those who will participate in Georgia Tech’s Fall 2022 commencement ceremonies this weekend at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

The 23 graduating student-athletes include:


Sam Crawford (master’s – aerospace engineering)

Matthew Gorst (business administration)

Cort Roedig (aerospace engineering)

Women’s Basketball

Kondalia Montgomery (history, technology and society)


Derrik Allen (business administration)

Luke Benson (business administration)

Jamal Camp (business administration)

Malachi Carter (literature, media and communication)

Devin Ellison (psychology)

Jaylon King (civil engineering)

Demetrius Knight II (literature, media and communication)

William Lay III (mechanical engineering)

Dylan Leonard (business administration)

Taylor McCawley (business administration)

Dontae Smith (business administration)

Zamari Walton (business administration)

Sylvain Yondjouen (business administration)


Sarah Halverson (master’s – analytics)

Cynthia Miller (computer science)

Jackson Wydra (computer science)

Men’s Swimming & Diving

Cale Russell (computer science)

Women’s Tennis

Jeanette Lin (business administration)

Women’s Track & Field/ Cross Country

Claire Moritz (biomedical engineering)

Prior to their commencement ceremonies, the graduating student-athletes were honored during Georgia Tech athletics’ semi-annual graduation brunch on Friday morning. Speakers at the event included graduating football student-athlete Dylan Leonard, Letterwinners Association president Andrew Somoza and director of athletics J Batt, During the event, the graduates received their white stoles to identify them as student-athletes during their commencement ceremonies.

Georgia Tech athletics boasts a 91% graduation success rate in the latest data provided by the NCAA last month. The 91% NCAA GSR is an all-time high for Tech, which had never achieved a GSR above 85% prior to 2016. Nine of the Yellow Jackets’ 13 teams – men’s cross country/track & field, women’s cross country/track & field, football, golf, softball, men’s swimming & diving, women’s swimming & diving, men’s tennis and volleyball – have individual team GSRs equal to or higher than the national average in their respective sports.

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