Congressional delegation names service academy nominations

DOVER — Delaware’s U.S. congressional delegation recently announced their U.S. Service Academy nominations for the class of 2022.

•Among the principal nominees, Sen. Chris Coons named Alyssa Spell of Lewes, a Cape Henlopen High School student, to the United States Military Academy at West Point.

•Downstate alternative nominees named by Sen. Coons are as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Technical High School

Madison Cook of Camden, Caesar Rodney High School

Steven Ferrandino of Dover, Caesar Rodney High School

Dylan Norman of Seaford, Seaford High School

Aidan O’Connor of Wyoming, Caesar Rodney High School

Jack Windham of Dover, St. Thomas More Academy

Jacob Wandless of Magnolia, Polytech High School

Jack Whittam of Lewes, Cape Henlopen High School

Andrew Zimmerman of Magnolia, Caesar Rodney High School

•Local nominees by Sen. Coons to the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point: are as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Technical High School

Helen Davis of Dagsboro, Indian River High School

Jacob Wandless of Magnolia, Polytech High School

Chris Trentham of Middletown, Delaware Military Academy

Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester nominated 23 Delaware students for admission to United States service academies for the class of 2022.

•Local students to the United States Air Force Academy as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Tech High School

Madison Cook of Camden, Caesar Rodney High School

Aidan O’Connor of Wyoming, Caesar Rodney High School

Victoria Szabo-Block of Greenwood, Woodbridge High School

Andrew Zimmerman of Magnolia, Caesar Rodney High School

•Congresswoman Blunt Rochester’s local nominations to the United States Naval Academy as follows:

Dylan Norman of Seaford, Seaford High School

Aidan O’Connor of Wyoming, Caesar Rodney High School

Victoria Szabo-Block of Greenwood, Woodbridge High School

Patrick Whittam of Lewes, Cape Henlopen High School

Jack Windham of Dover, Saint Thomas More Academy

•Congresswoman Blunt Rochester’s local nominations to the United States Military Academy are as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Tech High School

Madison Cook of Camden, Caesar Rodney High School

Jacob Wandless of Magnolia, Polytech High School

Jack Windham of Dover, Saint Thomas More Academy

•Congresswoman Blunt Rochester’s local nominations to the United States Merchant Marine Academy are as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Technical High School

Helen Davis of Dagsboro, Indian River High School

Isaac O’Neal of Laurel, Delmar High School

Christopher Trentham of Middletown, Delaware Military Academy

Jacob Wandless of Magnolia, Polytech High School

•Sen. Thomas R. Carper’s local nominations to the United States Air Force Academy are as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Technical High School

Madison Cook of Camden, Caesar Rodney High School

Steven Ferrandino of Dover, Caesar Rodney High School

Aidan O’Connor of Wyoming, Caesar Rodney High School

Andrew Zimmerman of Magnolia, Caesar Rodney High School

•Sen, Carper’s local nominations to the United States Naval Academy are as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Technical High School

Lindsay Asbury of Smyrna, University of Delaware

Madison Cook of Camden, Caesar Rodney High School

Dylan Norman of Seaford, Seaford High School

Jacob Wandless of Magnolia, Polytech High School

Sen. Carper’s local nominations to the United States Military Academy are as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Technical High School

Madison Cook of Camden, Caesar Rodney High School

Jack Windham of Dover, St. Thomas More Academy

Sen. Carper’s local nominations to the United States Merchant Marine Academy are as follows:

Alex Angell of Selbyville, Sussex Technical High School

Helen Davis of Dagsboro, Indian River High School

Christopher Trentham of Middletown, Delaware Military Academy

Jacob Wandless of Magnolia, Polytech High School

For those students interested in applying to a service academy, Sen. Carper will host a free information session for students, parents and educators on Thursday, Feb. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Delaware Technical Community College’s Terry Campus in Dover.

Representatives from service academies, as well as the Congressional Delegation Offices and the U.S. Air Force, will be on hand to provide information about applying and answer questions.

All students must meet all medical, physical and academic requirements in order to gain admission.

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