Local Students Receive Bachelor’s Degrees from UMass Amherst

Members of Spring 2019 graduating class...

AMHERST, Mass. – Approximately 5,500 students received bachelor’s degrees in over 100 majors at the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s Undergraduate Commencement on May 10, 2019 at the McGuirk Alumni Stadium.

Below is a list of students from our area who earned a degree.

BARNSTABLE

  • Nicole Saleh

 

BREWSTER

  • Bradley Isaac Fowler
  • Tess Marie Ropulewis
  • Halley Steinmetz
  • Brenna Elizabeth Treese

 

BUZZARDS BAY

  • Jeffrey Patrick Cifello
  • Sean Michael Hennessey
  • Lena Herbst

 

CENTERVILLE

  • Samir Boumghait
  • Benjamin Addison Griffin
  • John William Russell

 

CHATHAM

  • Emily Brooke Brady

 

COTUIT

  • Maria Lynne Andreadis
  • Jacqueline Marie Francis
  • Marina Frayre
  • Paul James Rhude

 

EAST FALMOUTH

  • Marie-Helene Gerlib-Barr
  • Shelby Margaret Haddon
  • Jennifer Frances Olmsted
  • Margaret Eileen Palmer
  • Robin Elizabeth Saudade
  • Kendall Stouffer

 

 

EAST ORLEANS

  • Annika Olivia Ericsson

 

EAST SANDWICH

  • Matthew Christian Dahl
  • Megan Greenhalgh
  • William E Philpott
  • Megan Bridget Reardon

 

EDGARTOWN

  • Kyle Matthew Moran

 

FALMOUTH

  • Thomas Ingham Homand

 

FORESTDALE

  • Alexander Joseph Caswell
  • Matthew Caswell
  • Lydia Grace Evans
  • Allison Elizabeth Pannoni

 

HARWICH

  • Brianna Wall

 

HYANNIS

  • Adiles Demello
  • Patrick C. Golarz
  • Emily Nicole Langdon
  • Brittany Marie McNally
  • Isabelle Springer

 

MARSTONS MILLS

  • Joseph A. Antosca
  • Ethan Richard Clifford
  • Jillian Lea Fraser
  • Caitlyn Gannon
  • Muhammad Abdullah Java
  • Ethan McPherson
  • Michael Joseph Ricci
  • Kelly Love Robertson
  • Charles Williams

 

MASHPEE

  • Gabrielle Victoria Carroll
  • Venessa Ann Clark
  • Shari A Fish
  • Katherine Jeanne Johnson
  • Vasilios Rusko

 

NANTUCKET

  • Vincent Joseph Debaggis III
  • Samantha Christian Gray
  • Elizabeth Rose Polvere

 

NORTH EASTHAM

  • Reilly Kopp
  • Matthew Turner

 

OAK BLUFFS

  • Quinn Lord Cobban

 

ORLEANS

  • Elizaveta Hosage
  • Anthony D Rock

 

OSTERVILLE

  • Jessica Marie Duane
  • Clair Ellen Hegarty

 

SAGAMORE BEACH

  • Adam Raymond Bjelf
  • Thomas Glinski
  • Joshua Schlottenmier

 

SANDWICH

  • Emma Noel Colombo
  • Erin Louise Condon
  • James Corey
  • Kassandra Leigh Finlayson
  • Nicole Gomes
  • Cooper Zane Heilmann
  • Caroline Muir Keil
  • Bailey Lynn Maiato
  • Tara Michelle McElhinney
  • Tyler Paul McMahon
  • Timothy Ryan Milliken
  • Caroline Olivia Murphy
  • John Francis Phinney
  • Kathryn Rene Preston
  • Genevieve Marie Santry
  • Cameron Bruno Ventre
  • Troy Mathew Wiper

 

SOUTH DENNIS

  • Roxanne Castelone
  • Allison Catherine Moulton
  • John Chandler Oldach
  • Breanna Marie Whitney

 

SOUTH YARMOUTH

  • Benjamin Santi Chapasko
  • Benjamin Leo Farrell
  • Madelyn Fairbanks Hammond
  • Julia Doane Taylor

 

TEATICKET

  • Brittany Tyler Genest
  • Sabrina M Mowatt
  • Tatiana Resende

 

VINEYARD HAVEN

  • Janelle D Agin
  • Eleah J Caseau
  • Kelsey Elizabeth Moreis

 

WAREHAM

  • Thomas Joseph Cummings Jr
  • Samantha Nicole Humberd
  • Rachel M Weaver

 

WELLFLEET

  • Patrick Joseph Keigans
  • Hanna E Morse

 

WEST BARNSTABLE

  • Janice D Jones
  • Samantha Anne Zaino

 

WEST CHATHAM

  • Haylee Heeja Whiteley

 

WEST HARWICH

  • Gabriella Ferri

 

WEST WAREHAM

  • Robert John Digiantomaso II

 

WEST YARMOUTH

  • Angelina Nanami Martin
  • Etain Pages
  • Ashley Marie Reardon

 

YARMOUTH PORT

  • Tyler John Baylis
  • Autumn Alyce Davis
  • William George Mozek

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