Former 3-time All-American safety Mike Doss is set to receive his Master’s degree in Operational Excellence from Ohio State on Sunday.
Doss, who played from 1999-2002, is among 17 current and former Buckeyes receiving degrees today. Fourteen of those are current members of the football team, while former cornerback Doran Grant and safety transfer Isaiah Pryor join Doss among the former team members.
Here is the entire list of the 2019 Fall graduates among the Ohio State athletes.
Autumn 2019 Ohio State Fall Graduates
Baseball — Feltner, Ryan | Communication
Baseball — Jones, Malik | Sport Industry
Baseball — Riga, Ryan | Sociology
Men’s Diving — Daniels‐Freeman, Aaron | Studio Art
Men’s Diving — Law, Christopher | Economics
Football — Alabi, Joshua | Family Resource Management
Football — Berry, Rashod | Family Resource Management
Football — Borland, Tuf | Human Development and Family Science
Football — Chrisman, Drue | Family Resource Management
Football — Cooper, Jonathon | Family Resource Management
Football — Cornell, Jashon | Hospitality Management
Football — Cupp, Gavin | Human Development and Family Science
Football — Doss, Mike | Operational Excellence (Master’s)
Football — Grant, Doran | Sociology
Football — Hamilton, Davon | Sociology
Football — Hittle, Logan | Sport Industry
Football — Landers, Robert | Criminology
Football — Mack, Austin | Family Resource Management
Football — Metzer, Jake | Electrical and Computer Engineering
Football — Pfenning, Blake | Civil Engineering
Football — Pryor, Isaiah | Family Resource Management
Football — Woidke, Kevin | Real Estate
Men’s Fencing — Ong, De Yang | Marketing
Men’s Gymnastics — Coombs, Christopher | Biology
Men’s Gymnastics — Yoder, Alec | Sport Industry
Men’s Lacrosse — Jasinski, Jack | Exercise Science
Men’s Lacrosse — Kistler, Carter | Agribusiness and Applied Economics
Men’s Lacrosse — Maccani, Logan | Accounting
Men’s Lacrosse — Viera, Michael | Finance
Men’s Soccer — Holland, Jack | Air Transportation
Men’s Soccer — Prosuk, Michael | Sport Industry
Men’s Swimming — Hogsed, Nicholas | Geology
Men’s Swimming — Jager, Wyatt | Studio Art
Men’s Swimming — Lynch, Michael | Computer Science and Engineering
Men’s Swimming — Matz, William | Physics
Men’s Swimming — Musterait, Kevin | Studio Art
Men’s Swimming — Salazar, Michael | Marketing
Men’s Track & Field — Ballenger, Jared | Construction Systems Management
Men’s Track & Field — Soehnlen, Daniel | Human Nutrition
Men’s Volleyball — Moothart, Chase | Sport Industry
Wrestling — Campbell, Teshan | Communication
Wrestling — Marandino, Salvatore | Sport Industry
Wrestling — Williams, Seth | Construction Systems Management
Women’s Basketball — Prahalis, Samantha | Criminology
Country/Track & Field — Rizk, Julia | Finance
Softball — Boren, Kallie | Technical Education and Training
Women’s Soccer — Saint Pierre Mousset, Marike | Biology
Women’s Soccer — Walker‐Robinson, Haley | Sport Industry
Women’s Swimming — Coy, Maria | Actuarial Science
Women’s Swimming — Witkiewicz, KayLee | Textiles and Clothing
Synchronized Swimming — Carboun, Kaitlyn | Political Science
Synchronized Swimming — Meredith LeRoux, Alexandra | Health Science Program
Women’s Volleyball — Smeathers, Madison | Communication
Pistol — Dahmen, Zachary | Finance
Pistol — McCollum, Anthony | Mechanical Engineering
Pistol — Rust, Emily | Sport Industry & Business Marketing
Rifle — Steinel, Michael | International Studies
From an Ohio State release.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – At Ohio State Autumn Commencement Sunday, nearly 60 current and former Ohio State student-athletes will receive degrees. The ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. in the Jerome Schottenstein Center, with a video stream available HERE.
Among the 57 student-athletes graduates are national and conference champions.
The graduates include:
- Julia Rizk, the 2019 NCAA Indoor Mile Champion who holds Ohio State school records in the indoor mile and the outdoor 1,500m. Following graduation, she will train for the 2020 Olympic trials.
- Eight-time pistol All-American Anthony McCollum, who won the standard pistol national title in 2018 and the free pistol national title in 2017. He was a First Team All-American in all three disciplines in 2019, when he finished second in air pistol at the national championships.
- Samantha Prahalis, a member of the women’s basketball team from 2009-12 who finished her degree through the athletics department’s degree completion program. The four-time All-Big Ten honoree is one of seven players in school history to record 2,000 career points and she is the Big Ten’s all-time leader in career assists with 901.
- Alec Yoder, a two-time Big Ten champion on pommel horse for the men’s gymnastics Buckeyes. He garnered eight All-America honors in his career and was a three-time First Team All-Big Ten honoree.
- Seventeen members of the Buckeye football program are earning degrees, including 13 who are on the 2019 roster that won the Big Ten championship and will play in the College Football Playoff semifinal later this month.