Patrick Sunderman was born in Farmington, Minnesota, and graduated from Farmington High School in 2012. He joined the West Virginia Army National Guard in August 2012 and completed basic and artillery training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He then attended West Virginia University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sport psychology in May 2016. He enlisted on active duty in June 2016 and was assigned to the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (USAMU) International Team as a shooter/instructor. Patrick has had a distinguished shooting career before joining the Army. He was a four-time NCAA National Champion (2013-2016) with the West Virginia University rifle team.
- 2022 Championships of the Americas, Gold, 50m Rifle 3 Position Men’s Team; Silver, 50m Prone Rifle; Gold, 50m Prone Rifle Mixed Team
- 2021 ISSF World Cup New Delhi Silver Medalist (Men’s Mixed Team Smallbore)
- 2020 Tokyo Olympics, 12th place, 50m rifle 3 position
- 2019 CMP Prone National Championships Gold Medalist (Prone)
- 2019 ASSA Prone Championships Gold Medalist (Prone)
- 2018 Championship of the Americas (CAT Games) Silver Medalist (Smallbore)
- 2018 CMP 3-position National Championships Gold Medalist (Smallbore)