Representative Kiley Announces Service Academy Nominees

Jan 24, 2024
In the Community

WASHINGTON – Representative Kevin Kiley (R-CA) has nominated 32 students from across the Third District to be considered for appointments to four U.S. service academies. 

“I’m honored to nominate talented young men and women who are hoping to attend one of several prestigious service academies. California’s Third Congressional District is filled with high achieving students, and we have received over 30 applications for Service Academy Nominations to my office. I wish the following students the best as they continue this process and I look forward to seeing their future achievements,” said Rep. Kiley.

Following an extensive application process, Rep. Kiley has nominated the following students to four service academies for the class of 2028:

U.S. Military Academy

Logan Banks (Loomis)

Keegan McManus (Meadow Vista)

Victoria Pahland (Folsom)

Rebecca Pratt (Roseville)

Sierra Wight (Mammoth Lakes)

U.S. Naval Academy

Logan Banks (Loomis)

Dylan Churilo (Granite Bay)

Mason Drake (Granite Bay)

Bode Farren (Penryn)

Joshua Fuller (Loomis)

Roberto Gago (Grass Valley)

Michelle Gu (Orangevale)

Alexis Guiraud (Meadow Vista)

Elyse Houlihan (Orangevale)

Victoria Pahland (Folsom)

Noah Peters (Penryn)

Christopher Rotelli (Granite Bay)

Naman Seth (Roseville)

Marion Snideman (Tahoe City)

Eve Steinbrecher (Fair Oaks)

Maddison Sundermier (Folsom)

U.S. Air Force Academy

Elina Bergstrom (Lincoln)

Dylan Brandow (Rocklin)

Micah Ericson (Mammoth Lakes)

Amiya Farias (Orangevale)

Jean Fenech (Tahoe City)

Joshua Fuller (Loomis)

Roberto Gago (Grass Valley)

Danielle Hanes (Lincoln)

Elyse Houlihan (Orangevale)

Matthew Long (Folsom)

Aiden Marino (Lincoln)

Keegan McManus (Meadow Vista)

Dylan Metzger (Rocklin)

Brandon Nazworth (Folsom)

Victoria Pahland (Folsom)

Noah Peters (Penryn)

Logan Roycraft (Lincoln)

Marion Snideman (Tahoe City)

Kaitlyn Tan (Lincoln)

Max Weinstein (Granite Bay)

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Roberto Gago (Grass Valley)

Elyse Houlihan (Orangevale)

Victoria Pahland (Folsom)

Rep. Kiley meets with the Advisory Board before the interview process.

Students interested in academy appointments should begin the application process in the spring of their junior year of high school. Early application is encouraged. The academies select students based on the number of vacancies available for the next school year. To learn more, students should visit Rep. Kiley’s service academy nominations page here.

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