The Civilian Marksmanship Program has announced this year’s top scholarship recipients and will award a total of $178,000 for the 2022-2023 school year.
The selected athletes received $3,000, along with the $5,000 Carolyn Hines Memorial Scholarship awarded to the top overall applicant.
The 2022-2023 Dr. Carolyn Hines Memorial Scholarship winner is Johnathan Dorsten of Bryan, Ohio, who is a graduate of Bryan High School. With a GPA of 3.95 and 30 on the ACT, he made the honor roll all four years and is a National Honor Society member. For the last 12 years he has been a regular at air pistol competitions at all levels. Outside of shooting, he has been involved in 4-H, soccer and tennis. He has also been active through service to his community and has kept busy with a local engineering internship. Dorsten is set to attend Ohio State University, studying agricultural engineering and entering as a member of the school’s pistol team.
Below are the $3,000 CMP scholarship recipients.
- Phoebe Chandler, Parker, South Dakota
- Annie Downum, Springdale, Arizona
- Sarah Folsom, Granbury, Texas
- Victoria James, Woodine, Maryland
- Isaac Joback, Fenton, Missouri
- Alexis Kunze, Oak Harbor, Washington
- Abbie Leverett, Bainbridge, Georgia
- Chandler Livingston, Chula, Georgia
- Molly Palko, Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Emma Rhode, Kempton, Pennsylvania
- Benjamin Rogers, Gardner, Kansas
- Bryce Roop, Decatur, Indiana
- Samuel Sparrow, Hendersonville, Tennessee
- Maria Tortorelli, APO, AE (Germany)
- Hannah Vaagen, Devils Lake, North Dakota
- Elysa Walter, Sugar Hill, Georgia
Learn more about the 2022-2023 scholarship winners at the CMP website.