Sixty two UF student athletes set to graduate this weekend

On3 imageby:Pat O'Donnell05/04/23


The University of Florida is welcoming another graduating class throughout the weekend.

Across Florida Gators athletics, the school will graduate 62 student athletes. Florida football is represented by 11 former and current players who will walk the stage this weekend.

These student athletes are Jack Brady, Elijah Conliffe, Sharrif Floyd, Travis Freeman, Richie Leonard IV, Justin Pelic, Riley Simonds, Jaewon Taylor, Daniel Weldon, Ethan White and Chase Whitfield.

Leonard IV, Pelic and Simonds are each expected to compete for the Gators in the upcoming 2023-24 season.

Shariff Floyd, a former first round NFL draft pick and first-team All-American with the Gators, earned his degree in sociology. He’s currently with the Dallas Cowboys as an assistant defensive line coach.

Daniel Weldon is one of eight UF student athletes graduating this semester with a master/doctorate degree. He will be graduating with his Juris Doctor as a graduate from the UF Levin College of Law.

Chase Whitfield and Justin Pelic are two of 16 UF student athletes graduating with honors.

Full list of Florida’s graduating student athletes

  • Baseball
    • Tyler Nesbitt, Sport Management
    • Bradley ‘BT’ Riopelle, Sport Management
    • Brandon Sproat, Food and Resource Economics
  • Football
    • Jack Brady, Marketing
    • Elijah Conliffe, Digital Arts and Sciences
    • Sharrif Floyd, Sociology
    • Travis Freeman, Economics
    • Richie Leonard IV, Media and Society
    • Justin Pelic, Management
    • Riley Simonds, Media and Society
    • Jaewon Taylor, Sociology
    • Daniel Weldon, Juris Doctor
    • Ethan White, Sport Management
    • Chase Whitfield, Computer Science
  • Men’s Golf
    • Quentin DeBove, International Studies
    • John DuBois, Economics
    • Giovanni Manzoni, Sport Management
  • Women’s Golf
    • Marina Escobar, Economics
  • Gymnastics
    • Savannah Schoenherr, Master in Sport Management
    • Trinity Thomas, Master in Health Education and Behavior
  • Lacrosse
    • Whitney Albert, Biology
    • Tori Bates, Health Education and Behavior
    • Becky Browndorf, Finance
    • Georgia Ceanfaglione, Telecommunications
    • Catherine Flaherty, Educational Sciences
    • Emily Heller, Advertising
    • Kylee Hubiak, Public Health
    • Sarah Mackey, Advertising
    • Kaala Puglisi, Advertising
    • Jill Quigley, Sport Management
    • Sarah Reznick, Master in Health Education Behavior
    • Madison Rielly, Psychology
    • Shelton Sawers, Public Relations
    • Janine Suris, Marketing
  • Soccer
    • Ansley Frazier, Educational Sciences
    • Alivia Gonzalez, Educational Sciences
    • Syd Kennedy, Journalism
    • Kouri Peace, Public Relations
  • Softball
    • Kinsey Goelz, Master in Management
    • Sarah Longley, Educational Sciences
    • Bryn Thomas, Educational Sciences
    • Skylar Wallace, Sport Management
    • Natalie Lugo, Master in Management
  • Men’s Swimming
    • Dillon Hillis, Geography
    • Nico Hernandez-Tome, Spanish
    • Kevin Vargas, Biology
  • Women’s Swimming
    • Ellie Hatton, Psychology
    • Katie Mack, English
    • Vanessa Pearl, Marine Sciences
  • Women’s Diving
    • Elizabeth Perez, Family, Youth and Community Sciences
  • Men’s Tennis
    • Lukas Greif, Applied Physiology and Kinesiology
    • Axel Nefve, Master in International Business
  • Men’s Track and Field
    • Hugh Brittenham, Mechanical Engineering
    • Cameron Mahorn, Mechanical Engineering
    • Caden Monk, Business Administration
    • Chase Ruskin, Computer Engineering
    • Collin Sieffert, Master in Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Women’s Track and Field
    • Imogen Barrett, Journalism
    • Sterling Lester, Health Education and Behavior
    • Tymiah Montgomery, Sport Management
    • Darrielle McQueen-Hart, Health Education and Behavior
    • Jasmine Moore, Marketing

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