Congrats to all four seniors from the 2008 Ohio State baseball team: Dan DeLucia, Tony Kennedy, Chris Macke and Rory Meister. The four were among the 115 current and former OSU student-athletes who received their degrees Sunday in Ohio Stadium. Additionally, former Buckeye Christian Snavely returned to pick up his degree during the hot ceremony in Columbus.
DeLucia earned his degree in finance while Kennedy's degree is in information systems. Macke graduated with a degree in sport and leisure studies and Meister picked up his degree in human development and family sciences. Snavely, who left after his junior season in 2003 after getting drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays, returned to earn his degree in family resource management. He spent four seasons in the Blue Jays organization.
It is great to see former players come back and earn their degrees and I am happy for all four seniors who are leaving campus with degrees in hand.