Just because Liberty University will not be able to recognize its 2020 graduates this upcoming weekend does not means Liberty Athletics cannot celebrate its newest graduates.
Liberty University was scheduled to celebrate its 47th Commencement exercises at Williams Stadium on Saturday, May 9. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University has shifted its graduation celebration to the weekend of Sept. 11-12 around Liberty's first home football game of 2020 against North Carolina A&T on Sept. 12.
Liberty University was expected to honor more than 21,000 total graduates this May, a number that includes 88 Liberty student-athletes.
In the absence of Graduation Week coverage, Liberty Athletics will run a series of interviews with some of these graduates on LibertyFlames.com and the athletics social media accounts this week.
Today, we continue the website series with Hannah Quast, a senior member of the women's lacrosse team, who has completed her degree in interdisciplinary studies.
Quast, a midfielder, has been an integral part of the program's growth over the past four years which included the two best seasons in program history in 2018 (13 wins) and 2019 (14 wins). The Mullica Hill, N.J., native is a two-time all-conference selection and has appeared in 54 games, making 46 starts. She has compiled 60 goals, 11 assists, 71 points, 65 ground balls, 43 caused turnovers, 24 draw controls and 15 free-position goals.
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