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Emily Emerson, Tyler Rose and Lindsay Anderson with President Kelley.
Track and field seniors receive diplomas from UND President Dr. Robert Kelley
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Updated: Monday 05/29/2012 14:53:01 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The University of North Dakota's track and field senior student-athletes were invited to the office of UND President Dr. Robert Kelley to receive their diplomas earlier this month in an exclusive graduation ceremony.

Candidates for degrees Lindsay Anderson (Leeds, N.D.), Emily Emerson (Lino Lakes, Minn.) and Tyler Rose (Brainerd, Minn.) were unable to attend UND's Spring 2012 Commencement on May 12 because UND was in Houston competing at the Great West Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championship.

Each student-athlete received their diploma from President Kelley, with athletics director Brian Faison, head track and field coach Kevin Galbraith and head cross country coach Dick Clay also in attendance.

Click on the photo gallery link to view photos from the ceremony.

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