Four Lobo Women's Basketball Players Graduate In UNM Spring Ceremonies
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  05/21/2009
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

May 21, 2009

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. --- Four members of the New Mexico women's basketball program took part in the 2009 University of New Mexico Spring Graduation ceremonies this past weekend. Former Lobos Dionne Marsh, Brandi Kimble, Angela Hartill and Amanda Adamson received their degrees and were honored for their outstanding academic accomplishment. The four graduates continue the strong academic traditions held at UNM and were true examples of what it takes to be student-athletes.

"All four were outstanding students and received All-MWC honors," said Lobo head coach Don Flanagan. "They were true student-athletes and were great athletically over the years. We won a lot of games and that had a lot to do with those four players. I'm confident they will be successful in whatever field they choose. Having four student-athletes graduate is a testament to the success we've had over the last 14 years."

Marsh and Kimble, who both finished their collegiate careers in 2007-08, graduated with degrees in Biology. Hartill and Adamson are coming off their senior seasons and both received Bachelors degrees. Adamson earned her degree in Communications and Journalism along with a double major in Psychology. Hartill graduated with a degree in Business Management.