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Class of 2020 Stats

Class of 2020 Stats

  POSTED ON: Friday, May 29, 2020 4:55 PM by mediarelations@usna.edu

VIRTUAL GRADUATION – CLASS OF 2020

NOTE: Numbers may differ from graduation remarks as they were recorded on May 20 and the information below is current as of May 26.

GRADUATES

men……………………………….. 736

women……………………………. 277

total……………………………... 1,013

 

COMMISSIONS

Navy Ensigns

men………………………….......... 519

women……………………………. 210

total..…………………….………....728

 

Marine Corps 2nd Lieutenants

men……………………………….. 200

women……………………………... 59

total…………………………….....  259

 

Interservice Transfer (Air Force - male) ......... 1

Graduating but not commissioned…………..  9

Graduating but delayed commissioning ……. 10

 

INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS

Since 1863, there have been 543 graduates from 76 counties (including the Class of 2020).

15 foreign national students graduating are from the following 12 countries:

Republic of Bulgaria, Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of Honduras, Republic of Kazakhstan, Republic of Korea, Republic of Marshall Islands, Republic of Peru, Republic of the Philippines, Republic of Poland, Republic of Singapore, Republic of Tunisia, United Mexican States

 

CLASS OF 2020 INDUCTION DAY 

Class size on June 30, 2016:

men……………………………….. 853

women……………………………. 331

total……………………………... 1,183

 

TOP GRADUATES

#1 Kaden Charles Dohm of Maple Grove, Minn., is an aerospace engineering major. He will commission as a Navy ensign.

#2 David Wesley Postma of Bellevue, Wash., is a physics major. He will commission as a Navy ensign. 

#3 Clayton Stanley Pelzer of Shorewood, Ill., is a mechanical engineering major. He will commission as a Navy ensign.

 

ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS

Winning percentages for the year (as of May 14): .633 (1,133 wins, 654 losses and 17 ties)

 

FACULTY 

        Civilians . . . . . . . …248

        Military . . . . . . . ….289

        TOTAL . . . . . ........  537

 

ALUMNI

Since 1845, approximately 87,850 midshipmen have graduated from the Naval Academy (including the Class of 2020). 

Since 1980, more than 5,700 women have graduated from the Naval Academy (including the Class of 2020). 

 

GRADUATION SPEAKER

Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark Esper delivered a pre-recorded keynote address to the Naval Academy’s Class of 2020. 

 

HONORARY MEMBERS OF THE CLASS

The selection of honorary members of the graduating class is designed to recognize individuals who have had an impact on the graduating class throughout their four years at the academy. The honorary members of the Class of 2020 are:

Mr. Gary Sinise
American actor, director, musician, producer and philanthropist who founded the Gary Sinise Foundation honoring America's veterans 

Master Chief Jeffrey Kirby
U.S. Naval Academy Command Master Chief

Cmdr. Kelly Laing
U.S. Naval Academy 5th Battalion Officer, Submarine Warfare Accessions Officer

 


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