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Graduation Reflections with Tatyana Crowder, Evangeline Crist and Molly Reagan

May 17, 2018  Lynchburg, Va.  RSS
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Liberty Flames Athletics recognized its graduating student-athletes at last week's Cord Ceremony. During the event, Alan York of the Liberty Flames Sports Network (LFSN) had a chance to talk with graduating seniors Tatyana Crowder (women's basketball), Evangeline Crist (women's tennis) and Molly Reagan (women's basketball).

Crowder will receive her bachelor's degree in social work this weekend at Commencement. She has served as a team captain for the past two years, helping guide the Lady Flames to a Big South title and NCAA Tournament appearance in 2018. Crowder currently holds a 3.92 GPA.

Crist will be receiving her bachelor's degree in business administration marketing and advertisement. The Lilburn, Ga., native is a two-time Big South All-Academic team honoree and and an ITA Scholar-Athlete selection (2017). Crist's storied four-year career saw her set new school records for all-time doubles (94) and singles (92) wins. She will be pursuing her Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree starting this summer.

Meanwhile, Reagan earned her bachelor's degree in criminal justice in May 2017 and will be graduating with her Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, this weekend. Reagan appeared in 85 career games in three seasons with the Liberty women's basketball team and earned her first trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2018. Reagan currently owns a 4.00 GPA in her master's program.

Below is a list of Liberty's graduating student-athletes who were honored at the ceremony. Leading up to Commencement on Saturday, LibertyFlames.com will run a series of interviews showcasing Liberty's 2018 graduating student-athletes, including today's interviews with Crowder, Crist and Reagan.

 

Baseball
Matt Allen
Josh Barrick
Zach Clinton
Andrew Kowalo
Vinnie Tarantola
Andrew Yacyk
 

Football
Ernst Anderson
Ben Fiordelise
Marquis Fitzgerald
Lucas Irons
Jaylyn McKinney
Tolen Avery
Khaleel Carrington
Dontae Duff
B.J. Farrow
Cameron Jones
Kentory Matthews

Field Hockey
Alynn Richardson
Monica Hernick
Pippa Best
Zosia Roberts
 

Men's Golf
Mitchell Klooz
Isaiah Logue
Mickey DeMorat
 

Women's Lacrosse
Abby Britton
Lindsey McNamara
Courtney Brown
Eden Bayuk


Men's Basketball
Ryan Hiepler
Ezra Talbert
Zach Farquhar

Cheerleading
David Coker
Anna Howard
Kalli Locklear
Madeline Sandlin
Karina Caceres
Madison Hogan
 

Men's Soccer
Edgardo Reyes
Pepe Segarra
Kevin Mendoza

Softball
Madi Clarke
Cassie Gingerich
Alexia Taylor
Tori Zavodny
Kaitlin McFarland
Sarah Robertson
 

Women's Swimming & Diving
Danielle Boothe
Rachel Hoeve
Ashlee Sall
Prudence Rooker
Ellen Tart

Track & Field/Cross Country (Men's and Women's)
Darrel Jones
Holly Arey
Yana Babbitt
Olivia Behymer
Andrew Crowell
Mariel Finger
Jessie Glynn
Brenna Smith
Louis Paone
Alyssa Karle
Dasiana Larson
Levi Mack
Jonny Saintil
Colin Schultz
Carson Waters
Nicole Gignac
Erin Zappia
Cameron Francis
Andrew Garrett
Graham Hansel
Dominque Nelson
Bailey Reeves

Volleyball
Gabrielle Vess
Sirena Vorster
Margaret Latchford
 

Women's Basketball
Tatyana Crowder
Molly Reagan
Sheana Vega
 

Women's Soccer
Baylee Gilmore
Tori Collar
Jennifer Knoebel
Isabella Habuda
Ashleigh Hill
Sami Santos
Jordan Kestel

Women's Tennis
Aleksandra Panchenko
Evangeline Crist