Wang had an excellent junior season, being named first-team all-MAC in air rifle and second-team all-MAC in smallbore ... was named a Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association Academic All-American and earned a prestigious Bowman Scholarship for his work in Neural Network Applications in Iris Recognition ... recorded career highs in both smallbore (578 on Jan. 22) and air rifle (590 on Oct. 3) ... shot over 570 seven different times in smallbore and ranked third on the team in smallbore average (569.2) ... was over 580 four different times in air rifle and ranked fourth on the team with a 578.5 average.
As a Sophomore
Wang broke out during his sophomore season, earning second-team All-MAC honors in smallbore ... competed in 13 events in smallbore and seven in air rifle ... tallied a career-high 574 twice in smallbore coming in the MAC Tournament (10-4-08) and MIT (10-12-08) ... totaled a 579 in air rifle against the Coast Guard ... shot a strong 578 in air rifle against Army.
As a Freshman
Did not see any action as a freshman.
A four-time letterwinner in rifle, Wang graduated from Allen D. Nease High School in 2007 ... was an American League SharpShooter National Qualifier ... also lettered in wrestling and swimming and finished third at districts in wrestling... was a member of NJROTC as a company commander and was a batallion training officer ... full name is Kenan Edward Wang ... son of David and Jun Ping Tankersley ... born July 3, 1987, in Guilin, China ... is a professional artist, starting an apprenticeship in a famous art workshop in China. He can do any artwork from pencil sketch to an oil painting, and also taught himself 3D animation ... majoring in electrical engineering.
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