Trysta Stingley is a freshman studying physiology. She is from Riverton and decided to come to CWC for many reasons.
“It was close to home, has my major and cross country,” Stingley said. “I also picked CWC for its forensics team and because of the CWC match scholarship. CWC also had a very easy to navigate website and the recruiters were easy to talk to.”
Stingley has goals of becoming a plastic surgeon to help fix cleft palates in babies, she also wants to do other cosmetic face surgeries.
Stingley is involved in many things at CWC. She is on the cross country team and on the Forensics team. She is also a student ambassador and works for CWC in the grounds department. She is also involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters and is currently the lead assistant for the Fremont County group.
Stingley was nominated by her cross country coach, Al Lara.
“Trysta is a Riverton graduate with a 4.0,” Lara said. “She is CWC’s top female runner on the team.”