Awards for Midshipmen
Each year during Commissioning Week, prizes are awarded to graduating midshipmen whose major is administered by the Mathematics Department.Below is description of the prizes, criteria, and list of winners. Prizewinners are selected by the Chair of the Mathematics Department on advice of the Mathematics faculty.

National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution Prize
Binoculars and a plaque are presented by the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, to that midshipman of the graduating class who has completed a major administered by the Mathematics Department and excelled in the area of Operations Analysis.
Winners of the Daughters of the American Revolution Prize:
 2022 Caroline Turner
 2021 Logan Robert McGuire
 2020 Steven Fedorovich
 2019 Lauren O'Malley
 2018 John Robinson
 2017 Stephen Ward
 2016 Joseph Curtis
 2015 Megan Lewis
 2014 Alec McGlaughlin
 2013 Taylor Boosmann
 2012 Clifford Nelsen
 2011 Zachary S. Bunting
 2010 Christine Cairoli
 2009 Timothy Folts
 2008 Austin Hancock
 2007 Daniel Baldwin AmmonsMoreno
 2006 John Doherty
 2005 Dennis C Panos
 2004 Charles Alfred Larwood III
 2003 David Lawrence Zane
 2002 Alexander Earle Goodno
 2001 Dallas Ridgeway Jamison
 2000 Gerald Paul Lorio
 1999 Jeb Scott Lyne
 1998 Titus L. Fortner
 1997 Mark D. Tripiano
 1996 Darin F. Twete
 1995 Robert Bowman Johns
 1994 Thomas Howard Hayghe
 1993 Robert Scott Thomas
 1992 Vincent Callahan Vertin
 1991 Daniel Lee Forry
 1990 Barbara Scott Hundley
 1989 Sean P. Omalley
 1988 Christopher Cook
 1987 Andrew Charles Lennon
 1986 Michael Andrew Dorko
 1985 Melanie Sue Camp
 1984 Paul Stephen Esch
 1983 Michael James Blasik
 1982 Arthur Raphael Salindong
 1981 James Michael Rice
 1980 Michael John Kane
 1979 Gregory Thomas Hutto
 1978 Jonathan Everett Will
 1977 David Robin Mickle
 1976 Albert William Schmidt
 1975 David Wayne Rogers
 1974 Willcox Keith Bailey
 1973 Jeffrey Wiley Crews

Military Order of Foreign Wars Prize
A wrist watch and a plaque are presented by the Military Order of Foreign Wars to that midshipman of the graduating class who has attained the highest class standing among those who have completed a major administered by the Mathematics Department. This midshipman's name will be engraved on a plaque installed in the Mathematics Department (first deck of Chauvenet Hall).
Winners of the Military Order of Foreign Wars Prize:
 2022 Jacob Allen
 2021 Thomas M. Johnstone
 2020 Aidan SabetyMass
 2019 Megan Hanson
 2018 Thomas Savage
 2017 Kathryn Quandt
 2016 Thomas Wester
 2015 Conner O'Donnell
 2014 Alec McGlaughlin
 2013 Jonathan Poole
 2012 Charles Celerier
 2011 Zachary S. Bunting
 2010 Allison Aichele
 2009 Anthony Arguelles
 2008 Michelle Mattingly
 2007 Daniel Baldwin AmmonsMoreno
 2006 Gregory Dietzen
 2005 Patrick A Brooks
 2004 Derek Michael Jennings
 2003 Mathison Guy Hall
 2002 Benjamin Murray Heineike
 2001 M. P. Feist
 2000 K. M. McMahon
 1999 K. E. Oliver
 1998 P. J. Detar
 1997 G. H. Truitt
 1996 B. H. Benedict
 1995 W. A. Hildebrandt
 1994 R. L. Hartman
 1993 K. W. Culler
 1992 J. B. Oglesby
 1991 M. D. Lucas
 1990 B. S. Hundley
 1989 S. M. Debus
 1988 B. A. Jobe
 1987 S. D. Johnson
 1986 J. E. Paganelli, Jr.
 1985 A. J. Curtis
 1984 J. D. Baldwin
 1983 P. G. Savage
 1982 J. Cerasuolo
 1981 J. P. Hetrick, Jr.
 1980 M. J. Kane
 1979 W. T. Harris
 1978 B. M. Tilden
 1977 A. E. Stuart, Jr.
 1976 L. J. Saccoccio
 1975 J. F. Ennis
 1974 R. C. Rigazio
 1973 S. C. Kanaga
 1972 J. L. Phillips
 1971 L. F. Clark
 1970 P. T. Cahill
 1969 D. G. Deininger
 1968 A. J. Sisk
 1967 R. W. Mies
 1966 G. M. Moore
 1965 G. A. Kent
 1964 J. A. Haugen
 1963 M. A. Blackledge
 1962 P. B. S. Trapnell
 1961 J. M. Barr
 1960 M. H. Sollberger
 1959 D. A. Gill
 1958 R. A. Schnepper
 1957 F. R. Hanvey, Jr.
 1956 V. J. Brillantes
 1955 S. D. Lowe
 1954 P. A. Petzrick
 1953 W. T. Prewett
 1952 P. V. Strehlow, Jr.
 1951 R. W. Pysz
 1950 W. H. Pravitz
 1949 L. M. Noel
 1948 F. J. Suttill, Jr. , J. W. Hawthorne
 1947 J. D. Andrews
 1946 D. G. Iselin
 1945 R. L. Martin
 1944 G. D. Prestwich
 1943 W. R. Riblett
 1942 S. M. Logan
 1941 W. H. Rowen
 1940 L. B. Ramsey
 1939 A. M. Fields, Jr.
 1938 J. E. Hausman
 1937 J. A. Obermeyer
 1936 D. F. Pinkerton
 1935 J. R. Middleton, Jr.
 1934 C. R. Nelson
 1933 R. A. Gallagher
 1932 R. S. Mandelkorn
 1931 T. W. Rogers
 1930 W. T. Hines
 1929 J. B. Webster
 1928 J. R. Lee
 1927 F. D. Overfelt

Professor Henry M. Robert, Jr., Prize
The name of that midshipman of the graduating class who, in completing a major administered by the Mathematics Department, has shown both a high degree of proficiency in mathematics and an outstanding potential for success in continued mathematical study and who accepts a commission in any branch of the naval service, is engraved on a plaque installed in the Mathematics Department (first deck of Chauvenet Hall). In addition, this midshipman will be awarded a dress sword. This prize is sponsored by the late Miss Alice D. Butterfield in memory of the late Professor Henry M. Robert, Jr., who taught mathematics and economics while a member of the Naval Academy faculty.
Winners of the Professor Henry M. Robert, Jr., Prize:
 2022 Caleb Williams
 2021 Philip Smith
 2020 Marshall Shires
 2019 Matthew Dods
 2018 Trevor Karn
 2017 James Talisse
 2016 Ian Shaw
 2015 Joshua Steves
 2014 Michael Troncoso
 2013 William Harris
 2012 Charles Celerier
 2011 James A. Berg
 2010 Stephanie Stamm
 2009 Jacob Cates
 2008 Thomas Thomas
 2007 Marjorie Drake
 2006 Gregory Dietzen
 2005 Stephen S McMath
 2004 Derek Michael Jennings
 2003 Matthew Joseph Ahlert
 2002 Eric Andrew Rittermann
 2001 Matthew P. Feist
 2000 Scott C. McKinney
 1999 Joshua T. Wood
 1998 Paul J. Detar
 1997 Glenn H. Truitt
 1996 Gregory W. Hodgson
 1995 Daniel P. Moloney
 1994 Bartt G. Greene
 1993 Paul W. Miller
 1992 Carl H. Ebersole
 1991 David M. Ruth
 1990 Mark W. Dixon
 1989 Michael J. Tesar
 1988 Michael S. Parish (tie)
 1988 Daniel B. Widdis (tie)
 1987 John C. Woughter
 1986 Steve McPhillips
 1985 Mark D. Little
 1984 Perry G. Higgins
 1983 Randy M. Beekman
 1982 Peter P. Haglich
 1981 Joseph J. Arango III
 1980 Michael D. Chapline
 1979 Richard K. Boyd
 1978 Lawrence Galvin
 1977 Alfred E. Steuart, Jr.
 1976 Stephen J. Raher
 1975 Walter N. Flippin
 1974 John M. Franklin
 1973 Stephen C. Kanaga
 1972 Paul E. Huck
 1971 Lawrence F. Clark
 1970 Robert J. Kimble, Jr.
 1969 Edward J. Waitt, Jr.
 1968 Arnold J. Sisk
 1967 George P. Nanos, Jr.
 1966 Robert G. Oman
 1965 George A. Kent
 1964 Walter W. Kesler
 1963 Theodore J. Delgaizo

The MAS (Military Application Society) Prize
Each spring since 1970 the Military Applications Society (MAS) has awarded a prize to a student at each of the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Military Academy, and the U.S. Air Force Academy. This award is for the outstanding graduating student at the academy in Operations Research. The Naval Academy has made the Midshipman's senior project a strong factor in the choice of the recipient.
Winners of the Military Application Society Prize:
 2022 Gray Benson
 2021 Micah Oh and Leonard J. Pick
 2020 Steel Templin
 2019 Parker Nelson
 2018 John Robinson
 2017 Olivia McQuade
 2016 Miguel Nieves
 2015 Conner O'Donnell
 2014 Colin Bodgan
 2013 William Crutcher
 2012 Nicolas Woods
 2011 Craig S. Moore
 2010 Allison Aichele
 2009 Timothy Folts
 2008 Robert Innerst
 2007 Christopher Nigus
 2006 Peter Barkley
 2005 Brian A Ross
 2003 Douglas Michael Rosenstock and John Martin
 2002 Robert William Niemeyer
 2001 Shaun Paul Hayes
 1999 Brendan C. Beer
 1998 Paul Detar
 1997 Michael Wheeler
 1996 Terrence Nawara
 1995 Megan K. Hines
 1994 Robert L. Hartman
 1993 Brian C. Bender and Michael D. Kozub
 1992 Frederic E. Nauck
 1991 Richard Neitzey
 1990 Philip Beckman
 1989 Edward F. Toppi
 1988 David Carl Chapates
 1986 David M. McGee
 1985 Riki G. Young
 1984 Patrick C. Rabun and Audie Embestro
 1983 Vance S. Tisdale
 1982 Ronald Fricker and Daniel Lynch
 1981 Jay Grafton and Robert Kennington
 1980 Michael Kane
 1979 Don L. Shaw
 1977 Peter M. Chaulk
 1976 Stephen Stroebel
 1975 Michael D. Zeiders
 1974 Wilcox K. Bailey
 1973 Evan M. Chanik
 1971 Wayne J. Hallenbeck
 1970 Frank W. Reifsnyder

Julian Clancy Frazier Award for Excellence in Mathematics
The Julian Clancy Frazier prize will be awarded to that mathematics major of the graduating class who has completed the best research project in mathematics, based on clarity of exposition, sophistication of mathematical content and independence of thought, and who accepts a commission in any branch of the naval service. The recipient's name shall be engraved on a bronze plaque installed in Chauvenet Hall. The midshipman will receive an engraved dress sword and five hundred dollars. The Julian Clancy Frazier Prize is sponsored by Ms. Jean S. Clancy in memory of her son, a devoted mathematics student and educator.
Winners of the Julian Clancy Frazier Prize for Excellence in Mathematics:
 2022 Nicolas Duchez
 2021 Shaun Frances Rodock
 2020 Hunter McGavran
 2019 Shannon Dillman
 2018 Carl Kolon
 2017 James Talisse
 2016 Thomas Wester
 2015 Christopher Kent
 2014 Zachary Powers
 2013 Robert Crutcher
 2012 Thomas Joseph Paul
 2011 Emily A. Frost
 2010 Lindsay Atwood

T.S. Michael Award for Excellence in Discrete Mathematics
Awarded to the student who best emulates T.S. Michael’s passion for Discrete Mathematics by outstanding performance in that field. The recipient’s name will be engraved on a plaque displayed in Chauvenet Hall and the recipient will receive a book written by Professor Michael.
Winners of the T.S. Michael Award for Excellence in Discrete Mathematics:
 2022 Benjamin Rainear
 2021 John M. Johnson
 2020 Alex Psichas
 Naval Intelligence Foundation Award

GoodmanAndre Prize
Awarded to the midshipman who has attained the highest academic standing during the entire course of mathematics with economics study. The winner receives a clock.
Winners of the GoodmanAndre Prize:
 2022 Sullivan Morgus
 2021 Thomas M. Johnstone
 2020 Matthew McVickers
 2019 Cassandra Dooley

MylanderFredland Prize
Awarded to the midshipman of the graduating class who has completed the best research project in mathematics with economics. The winner receives a clock.
Winners of the MylanderFriedman Prize:
 2022 Trevor Brooks
 2021 Matthew J. McMillan
 2020 Kohl Dorsey and Hunter Holstad
 2019 Davis Katakura