Wednesday, September 14 2022

A total of 20 Crimson Tide student-athletes are expected to graduate during the University of Alabama’s summer start this weekend, including a two-time Olympian and All-American, along with six student-athletes who have earned a master’s degree.

Crimson Tide graduates are highlighted by two-time Olympic finalist and All-American gymnast Shalon Olsenwho returns for his final season as a member of Tide’s gymnastics team this fall, as well as Emil Ekior Jr.holder for two years on the offensive line.

Jeremy Evans (men’s athletics), Darcy Jennings (rowing), Kieran McKeag (men’s athletics), Angelique Moresco (women’s golf), Michael Parker (soccer) and Mason Phillips (men’s athletics) all earned master’s degrees this summer.

Additionally, Wade Wass, an All-SEC catcher for the Crimson Tide in 2014, earned his bachelor’s degree after five years of playing professional baseball.

Combined with the 27 graduates who earned degrees after the fall semester and the 92 who earned degrees in the spring, 139 Alabama student-athletes earned degrees in the 2021-22 academic year.

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Alabama Athletics Summer Graduates

  • Matthew Barnhill, footballer
  • Bret BolinSoccer
  • Sydney CarlsonW Swimming/Diving
  • Emil Ekior Jr.Soccer
  • Jeremy EvansM Athletics
  • Darcy JenningsRowing
  • Camille KohtalaAthletics
  • Kieran McKeagAthletics
  • Seth McLaughlinSoccer
  • Angelique MorescoW-Golf
  • Shalon OlsenGymnastic
  • Michael Parker, Footballer
  • Mason PhillipsM Athletics
  • Sam RoseauSoccer
  • allied shipsoft ball
  • Taylor SuttonBasketball
  • Marie MacTrammellW-Golf
  • Riley VanMeterM Swimming/Diving
  • Wade Wass, baseball
  • Aliyah WellsVolleyball

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