Southeastern Connecticut natives graduate from college
The following southeastern Connecticut natives have graduated from college.
Christopher Bouchard, Oakdale.
Iowa State University
Suzanna Fitzgerald, Uncasville.
University of Tampa
Kevin Cole, Chester; Kevin Daley, Clinton; Cassie O'Leary, Colchester; Rikaasha Patel, Norwich.
Bob Jones University
Stephanie Berard, Colchester.
Kailee Robinson, Mystic.
University of New Hampshire
Nicholas Doubleday, North Franklin; Lily Bensko, Gales Ferry; Olivia Potenziano, Mystic; Ryan Deschenes, Niantic; Caleb Sheldon, Oakdale; Alexis Sims, Old Lyme; Zachary Abrahamsson, Old Lyme; Danielle Herrman, Stonington; Olivia Feliciano, Stonington; Rachel Banks, Pawcatuck; Mia Ferguson, Waterford; Britta McCarthy, Chester; Grant Magee, Chester; Corey Walsh, Clinton; Darcy LaFrance, Clinton; Daniela Albert, Colchester; Meghan McAvoy, Old Saybrook.
College of the Holy Cross
Toluwalope Akinosho, North Providence; Connie Ma, Norwich; Maegan Moriarty, Old Lyme.
Norah McKnight, Westbrook; Chiara Giampietro, Old Saybrook.
Paul Smith's College
Lydia Harvey, Old Saybrook.
Evonne Chaput, Quaker Hill; Courtney Cliett, Lisbon; Michael Gambardella, North Providence; Madison Jackson, Norwich; Brandon Morton, East Lyme; Kyra Teixeira, Lyme.
Reaiah Rutherford, Old Lyme.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Anthony Velte, Norwich; Andrew Pan, Old Saybrook.
The University of Vermont
Grace Brill, Mystic; Madison Doucette, Lebanon; Jordan Genovese, Old Saybrook; Katherine Hageman, Colchester; Rose Lillpopp, Colchester; Anna McGugan, Mystic; Abigail Merchant, Jewett City; Jillian Reynolds, Colchester; Alexandra Tamburrino, Jewett City; Devyn Yolda Carr, Lebanon.
Heet Ramesh Dave, Norwich; Brandon Alexander Robertson, Uncasville.
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