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A total of 20 Alabama State University student-athletes graduated as a part of the 2012 winter graduating commencement Friday afternoon in the Dunn-Oliver Acadome.

The graduates represent eight of Alabama State's sport programs, including one from men's basketball, six from football, one from men's track, three from women's basketball, two from softball, one from women's tennis, two from women's track, and two from volleyball. 

Football: Quin Bohannon (Jacksonville, Fla.); Gregory Jenkins (Dade City, Fla.); Corey Schofield (Montgomery, Ala.); Daryll Overton (Marietta, Ga.); Montavious Paulk (Pompano Beach, Fla.); and Tim'Mario Walker (Valley, Ala.).

Women's Basketball: Millicent Jones (Riverside, Calif.); Jakayla Hill (Birmingham, Ala.); Tanika Jackson (Saginaw, Mich.) and Erica Lumpkin (Orrville, Ala.).

Softball: Ariel Gainey (Boynton Beach, Fla.) and Quaniesha Limbrick (Houston, Texas)

Women's Track: Shexnieavia Bryant (Hollywood, Fla.) and Lutrisha Altidor (Apopka, Fla.)

Volleyball: Meghan Rogers (Birmingham, Ala.); Jessica Holt (Montgomery, Ala.); Asia Manning (Kansas City Mo.)

Men's Basketball: Stephawn Brown (Detroit, Mich.)

Men's Track: Jeffrey Adams (Jonesboro, Ga.)

Women's Tennis: Sheniece Rawlins (St. Kitt, West Indies)

INFORMATION SOURCE: Alabama State University

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