College-sponsored National Merit Scholarship winners announced

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College-sponsored National Merit Scholarship winner


Autumn L. Simpson, Aledo High, TCU


John E. Brown, Martin High, University of Oklahoma

Tori Lane Lindberg, home school, Baylor University

Ashlynne S. Macnee, Christian Life Preparatory School (Fort Worth), OU

Deepa S. Ramakrishnan, Oakridge School (Arlington), University of Southern California

Nathan Richbourg, Martin High, OU


Bryan David Adams, Jr., Trinity High, University of North Texas

Mason C. Rumuly, Covenant Christian Academy (Colleyville), Texas A&M University


Eleanor J. Crowley, Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts, Texas A&M

Abbie G. Harville, Nolan Catholic High School, Washington University in St. Louis

Christine D. Robb, Southwest Christian School, OU


Bryan A. Capps, Centennial High, OU


Ian C. Kampine, Cistercian Preparatory School, UT-Dallas


Michael P. Eamma, Trinity High, Baylor

Mavis C. Francia, Trinity High, UT-Dallas

Fort Worth

Dalton S. Butler, Southwest Christian School, OU

John S. Callaway, Country Day School, TCU

Christopher R. Cook, Southwest Christian School, University of Chicago

Katherine A. Dillard, Paschal High, Texas A&M

Daniel Gelvez, Trinity Valley School, UT-Dallas

Ji Hwang, Country Day School, Texas A&M

Catherine E. Pfang, homeschool, Texas A&M

Katherine Schneider, homeschool, Texas A&M

Grand Prairie

Marshall T. Addington, Nolan High School, Oklahoma State University


Ekaterina Lopatko, Hockaday School, USC

Vijay Darshan Ramesh, Carroll High, SMU


Hayley L. Hartmann, L.D. Bell High, OU


Charles A. Crum, Keller High, OU

Stacy T. Nguyen, Keller High, Baylor


Amy E. Adams, Carroll High, Baylor

Farzan H. Jafri, Carroll High, UT-Dallas

Matthew R. Kirby, Carroll High, Texas A&M

Brittany E. Tew, Carroll High, Baylor

Source: National Merit Scholarship Corporation

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Thirty-three area students have won National Merit scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and universities.

The colleges selected the recipients from among finalists in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program who plan to attend their institutions, according to a news release issued by the National Merit Scholarship Corp.

The awards provide between $500 and $2,000 annually for up to four years of undergraduate study at the institution financing the scholarship.

There are 190 higher education institutions that underwrite scholarship awards. Sponsor colleges and universities include 113 private and 77 public institutions across 44 states and the District of Columbia.

About 1.5 million juniors in 22,000 high schools entered the 2014 National Merit Scholarship competition when they took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, or PSAT.

Diane Smith, 817-390-7675 Twitter: @dianeasmith1

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