May 4, 2013
FAYETTEVILLE, NC - The Fayetteville State University Department of Athletics is proud to announce 38 graduates for the 2012-13 academic year. The student-athletes that donned their ceremonious regalia represent nine programs within the department. The Broncos Football program boasts the largest group of ten new alumni. Cheer Phi Smoov and men's basketball follow with six. Women's tennis had a total of five, cross country four, women's basketball three and volleyball with two graduates. Softball and women's bowling had one graduate each.
The following list is the 2012-13 student-athlete graduates:
Antonio Allen (football)
Jo'Nel Barnes (women's tennis)
April Branch (softball)
Ervin Brinkley (cross country)
Dasnii Curtis (cross country)
Victoria Brown (cheerleading)
Tierra Coleman (women's basketball)
Lenton Donnell (men's basketball)
Gregory Eatman (men's cross country)
Agnes Ebanks (women's tennis)
Shomika Edmonds (cheerleading)
Joi Emanuel (volleyball)
Sidney Evans (men's basketball)
Shel'Donte Fields (men's basketball)
Angel Fuller (cheerleading)
James Glenn (men's cross country)
Clovis Gniguessi (men's basketball)
Leah Gordone (cheerleading)
Edward Graham (football)
Kristen Hanzer (women's basketball)
Seth Hawkins (men's basketball)
William Hunt (football)
Brittany Hunter (cheerleading)
William Jacobs (football)
Bianca Malloy (cheerleading)
Chiquita Manning (women's basketball)
Travis Matagi (football)
Brittany McMillian (women's tennis)
Steven Moore (football)
Robert McClure (football)
Sidney McClettie (football)
Benjamin Washington (football)
Chioma Okwara (women's tennis)
Timothy Plummer (men's basketball)
Jamere Pugh (football)
Kiara Reid (bowling)
Jasmine Stewart (volleyball)
Octavia Tann (women's tennis)
Fayetteville State University is the second-oldest public institution in North Carolina. A member of the University of North Carolina System, FSU has nearly 6,000 students and offers degrees in more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
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