Sarah J. Zorn
Sara J. Zorn was the first woman in the history of the 175-year old Citadel Military College to lead the South Carolina Corps of Cadets as the regimental commander. The official ceremony in which Zorn took over the leadership, in which a gilt-handled sword was handed to her from her predecessor, Dillon Graham, took place on May 4, 2018. She has three black belts in karate, and is at the top of her class in physical fitness, with the ability to do 65 pushups in two minutes. Zorn's mother, who served in the Unites States Air Force, died when Zorn was 16 years old. Zorn won a four-year Army scholarship and will serve in the military for at least 5 years after graduation. She is from Warrenville, South Carolina, and majored in Business Administration. She attended Midland Valley High School in Aiken County, and began her studies at the Citadel in 2015.
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