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Class of 2018 Statistics

  POSTED ON: Friday, June 1, 2018 1:07 PM by MEDIARELATIONS@USNA.EDU

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
(as of May 25, 2018)

TOTAL GRADUATES 

Men...............................783

Women..........................259

Total............................1042

 

COMMISSIONS

Navy Ensigns

Men………………………….. 567

Women…………………………. 219

Total..…………………………786

Marine Corps - 2nd Lieutenants

Men......................................... 203

Women……………………………….33

Total........................................ 236

Graduating but not commissioned

Total………......... 9

Graduating but delayed commissioning

Total………2

International Officers

Total……………............................. 11

Since 1863, there have been 518 graduates from 71 counties (including the Class of 2018).

Foreign national students graduating are from the following countries:
Cambodia, Cameroon (2), Georgia, Korea, Mexico, Montenegro, Nigeria, Senegal, Taiwan and UAE.

 

TOTAL INDUCTED IN CLASS OF 2018 ON INDUCTION DAY
July 1, 2014:  1,191

Men................... 889                                 

Women................. 302

 

TOP GRADUATES

#1 Christopher Gavin Cantillo of Sarasota, Florida, is an aerospace engineering major. He will commission as a Navy ensign.

#2 Gregory Edward Hyer of Tenafly, New Jersey, is a physics major. He will commission as a Navy ensign.

#3 Nathan Robert Bermel of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, is a quantitative economics and political science double major. He will commission as a Navy ensign.

ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS

Winning percentages for the year (as of May12): .678 (336 wins, 159 losses and 3 ties)

FACULTY

        Civilians . . . . . . . …292   

        Military . . . . . . . ….255

        TOTAL . . . . . ........ 547

ALUMNI

Since 1845, approximately 85,800 midshipmen have graduated from the Naval Academy (including the Class of 2018).

Since 1980, more than 5,250 women (including the Class of 2018) have graduated from the Naval Academy.

GRADUATION CEREMONY

This is the 168th traditional graduation ceremony. 

GRADUATION SPEAKER

President Donald Trump will deliver the graduation address to the Class of 2018.

HONORARY MEMBERS OF THE CLASS

The Honorary members of the Class of 2018 are:

  • GySgt Kelvin Carrington, USMC, 1st Company Senior Enlisted Leader
  • Vice Admiral Walter E. “Ted” Carter Jr, USN, U.S. Naval Academy Superintendent
  • Captain Donald S. Hughes, USN, Ret., Brigade Supply Officer

 

ESTIMATE OF ATTENDANCE.

Outdoors..........30,000

Indoors...............5,700

 


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