Rhodes scholars named for 2014

(AP) - The 32 American students chosen as Rhodes scholars for 2014, listed by geographical region:

District 1:

Jessica Wamala, Milford, N.H., Villanova University

Alexander Joel Diaz, North Bergen, N.J., Harvard University

District 2:

Elizabeth Hockfield Byrne, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard

Katherine Elida Warren, Bainbridge Island, Wash., Harvard

District 3:

Isabel Emma Eggleston Beshar, Rye, N.Y., Yale University

Paolo Poggioni Singer, Bronx, N.Y., Harvard

District 4:

Evan Barrett Behrle, Oxford, Pa., University of Virginia

Alexander Gerard Wang, Doylestown, Pa., New York University, Abu Dhabi

District 5:

Timothy Michael McGinnis, Charlotte, N.C., Princeton University

Charles Samuel Tyson, Chapel Hill, N.C. University of Virginia

District 6:

Brian Westfall McGrail, Arlington, Va., Williams College

Emma Pierson, Arlington, Va., Stanford University

District 7:

James O'Connell, Tampa, Fla., Wake Forest University

Lindsay Evans Lee, Oak Ridge, Tenn., University of Tennessee

District 8:

Melissa Loreice McCoy, Dallas, Georgia Institute of Technology

John Mikhael, Dallas, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

District 9:

Adam Mastroianni, Monroeville, Ohio, Princeton

Courtney Wittekind, Mason, Ohio, Carnegie Mellon University

District 10:

Vinay Nayak, Oak Brook, Ill., Yale

Calla Glavin, Birmingham, Mich., U. S. Military Academy

District 11:

Drew Alan Birrenkott, McFarland, Wis., University of Wisconsin

Samuel Martin Greene, Spring Green, Wis., University of Chicago

District 12:

Donald Mayfield Brown, Vicksburg, Miss., Mississippi State University

Joshua Allen Aiken, Eugene, Ore., Washington University, St. Louis

District 13:

Meredith Lukens Wheeler, Fort Collins, Colo., Stanford

Erin Alexandra Tanith Mauldin, Albuquerque, N.M., U. S. Military Academy

District 14:

Suzanna Marie Fritzberg, Lake Forest Park, Wash., Yale

Andrew Scott Lea, Richland, Wash., Harvard

District 15:

Miles William Unterreiner, Santa Barbara, Calif., Stanford

Clarke Knight, Henderson, Nev., Smith College

District 16:

Aurora Catherine Griffin, Westlake Village, Calif., Harvard

Zarko Perovic, San Diego, University of California, Berkeley


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