Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association Academic All-American (2010)
Three-time GARC Scholar Athlete (2010-2012)
2011-12: Appeared in several matches in both disciplines ... three times listed among the scoring unit in air rifle ... career-high 583 recorded in split with TCU and Murray State ... turned in Army's fourth-highest score firing individually ... second highest score of 578 ranked third among the Black Knights in match against No. 1 West Virginia ... shot individually in smallbore with season high 564 recorded in NCAA Qualifier ... nipped mark of 563 fired against Navy previous week ... earned GARC Scholar Athlete honors for third straight year.
2010-11: Coming off best performance in air rifle ... turned in a career-high 581 as member of Army's counting team in home meet against Murray State in the third match of the season ... mark was the second highest by a Black Knight and ranked sixth in the match ... in the lineup, either as member of the counting unit or individually, in the next 11 regular-season matches ... just missed tying career high following a 580 as scoring member in match against defending GARC champion West Virginia in closing out the fall slate ... started off the winter portion with a 579 in three-point (4613-4610) home edging of Columbus State in the first meet of 2011 ... turned in a 577 against Navy and followed with a 578 versus USP at the NCAA Qualifier in the regular-season finale ... competed individually in several smallbore meets ... turned in a season-best 569 against GARC rival Ole Miss ... named a GARC Scholar Athlete for the second straight year ... just the third Black Knight honored and second selected in back-to-back seasons.
2009-10: Fired a 575 smallbore score in first collegiate match, competing individually against North Carolina State in home and GARC opener ... score was the fourth-highest by a Black Knight ... competed in the remaining six fall matches and was part of eight-man travel squad for three road trips ... shot a 574 to tie for 10th place at the President's Trophy Match ... fired a season-best 576 in home match against Kentucky in the second half of the season ... score ranked third-highest by a Black Knight in that meet ... solid showings shooting individually in air rifle ... registered a season-high 577 in GARC road win at Memphis ... score ranked sixth in the meet and second highest on team ... member of five-man counting unit in President's Trophy Match that host Army won ... member of Army's scoring team at the NRA Sectionals (576) and in win over Navy (575), while tying season high of 577 at the NCAA Qualifier against USP ... shot a 576 at the GARC Championships.
Prior to West Point: Competed with Lake Houston 4-H Club all four years of high school ... finished 29th in field of 100 shooters at National Junior Olympics ... led the 4-H team to the NRA Junior Rifle Sectional Championships in 2008 along with taking runner-up honors that year at the U.S. Army Junior Air Rifle Championship ... came on the heels of first-place honors in the American Legion Air Rifle Postal Championships in 2007 ... served as the 4-H Club president senior year and was the treasurer sophomore season.
Personal: Given name is Christopher Adam Malachosky ... parents are Ed and June Malachosky .... cousins Andrea Nyce and William Slotter are currently serving in the Air Force, while uncle, William Slotter, is a member of the National Guard ... graduated ninth in class of 796 students from Klein H.S. ... member of National Honor Society ... majoring in Nuclear Engineering.