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Air Force freshman guard Alicia Leipprandt goes for a jump shot in the Falcons' game against Western State Jan. 2, 2010. Leipprandt, a native of Ubly, Mich., had three rebounds and 12 points as the Falcons rallied to defeat the Mountaineers, 74-66, in the Air Force Academy's Clune Arena. (U.S. Air Force photo/Johnny Wilson) Basketball: Women Falcons rally to 74-66 win over Western State
Shooting a season-best 54.5 percent from the field, Air Force erased a halftime deficit to rally to a 74-66 win over Western State Jan. 2 at Clune Arena. The win improves the Falcons to 3-10 on the season and drops the Mountaineers to 4-10. The trio of junior guard Raimee Beck, freshman guard Alicia Leipprandt and freshman forward Dymond James
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Falcons fullback Jared Tew fends off Houston cornerback Jamal Robinson on his way to a 71-yard touchdown run for the final score of the game as Air Force beat Houston 47-20 in the Armed Forces Bowl. Tew, a native of Park City, Utah, had 175 yards. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bill Evans) Football: 3rd try a charm for Falcons in 47-20 victory over Houston
Six interceptions powered the Air Force Academy to a 47-20 win over the University of Houston Cougars in the Armed Forces Bowl here Dec. 31.This was the third time the Air Force Academy and University of Houston met on the gridiron in two years. The Academy defeated the Cougars 31-28 during the 2008 regular season, and Houston repaid the Falcons by
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Falcons junior forward Tim Fow takes a three-point shot during the Air Force-Northern Arizona game at the Air Force Academy's Clune Arena Dec. 19, 2009. Fow, a native of Scottsdale, Ariz., led the Falcons in scoring with 15 points, including three shots from three-point territory, in their 60-52 loss to the Lumberjacks. (U.S. Air Force photo/J. Rachel Spencer) Basketball: Lumberjacks topple Falcons, 60-52
Tim Fow scored a career-high 15 points, including nine points from three-point territory, but could not lift the Falcons to victory over the Lumberjacks of Northern Arizona in men's basketball action at Clune Arena here Dec. 19.Other performers were Evan Washington and Todd Fletcher, who had 11 points each, and Mike McClain, who had a career-high
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Falcons freshman forward Katie Hilbig pushes toward the basket as the Braves' Hanna Muegge defends during the Air Force-Bradley game at the Air Force Academy's Clune Arena Dec. 19, 2009. Hilbig, a native of Castle Rock, Colo., had two rebounds in the Falcons' 62-45 loss. (U.S. Air Force photo/J. Rachel Spencer) Women's Basketball: Bradley defeats Air Force, 62-45
Air Force dropped a 62-45 women's basketball game to Bradley Dec. 19 at Clune Arena here. The loss dropped the Falcons to 2-8 on the season and lifted the Braves to 3-6. After starting the game out neck-and-neck, Bradley pulled away late in the first half and never looked back. With the game tied at 16 with eight minutes left in the first half, the
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Under pressure, U.S. Air Force Academy quarterback Tim Jefferson looks to pitch the ball to a running back during the sixth annual Bell Helicoptor Armed Forces Bowl Dec. 31. The Academy set a new Armed Forces Bowl game rushing yardage record, running 67 times for 243 yards, but fell short of beating the University of Houston Cougars, 34-28. (U.S. Air Force photo/David Armer) Football: Air Force accepts bid to Armed Forces Bowl
Air Force accepted a bid Dec. 6 as the Mountain West Conference representative to play in the 2009 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, scheduled to be held Dec. 31 in Fort Worth, Texas.Air Force will play against the 25th-ranked Houston Cougars of Conference-USA at Amon G. Carter Stadium beginning at 11 a.m. Central Standard Time. The game will air
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Falcons junior defensive back Reggie Rembert tackles Aztecs senior wide receiver Roberto Wallace during Air Force's 26-14 win over San Diego State at Falcon Stadium, Colo., Sept. 26, 2009. Rembert, a native of Flower Mound, Texas, forced a fumble and returned an interception for a touchdown. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Football: Rembert, 10 other Falcons named to all-conference team
Air Force junior defensive back Reggie Rembert was named first-team all-Mountain West Conference in football, as announced Tuesday by the conference. Rembert was the lone Falcon to earn first-team honors.Senior offensive linemen Nick Charles and Peter Lusk, junior fullback Jared Tew, sophomore kicker Erik Soderberg, senior nose guard Ben Garland
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Cougars defenders tackle Falcons running back Jared Tew at the end of a 29-yard run during the Air Force-BYU game at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo, Utah, Nov. 21, 2009. Tew led the Falcons running game with 19 carries for 82 yards. Air Force had 212 rushing yards on the day and 300 total yards in the 38-21 loss to BYU. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Don Branum) Football: Falcons end season on a sour note with 38-21 loss to BYU
The Falcons dropped their last game of the season to 22nd-ranked BYU 38-21 in the final game of the season here Nov. 21.The Cougars took advantage Air Force turnovers, scoring two touchdowns from a fumble and interception in the second quarter to take a decisive 24-7 lead at halftime. BYU took the first possession of the game and drove 60 yards to
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Air Force sophomore running back Asher Clark runs 24 yards for a touchdown against UNLV at Falcon Stadium Nov. 14, 2009. Clark, a native of Lawrenceville, Ga., had a career-high 160 rushing yards and three touchdowns in Air Force's 45-17 victory. (U.S. Air Force photo/Bill Evans)

U.S. Air Force Academy, CO -- So. RB Asher ClarkRuns for a touchdown against the UNLV Rebels during their 14 November 2009 contest. Air Force Photo/Bill Evans Air Force triumphs in last 2009 home game, 45-17
Air Force gained more than 550 yards of total offense and held the UNLV Rebels to less than 300 total yards in a 45-17 rout at Falcon Stadium here Nov. 14.The Falcons took a 7-0 lead on a 95-yard drive and never looked back. Running back Asher Clark capped the drive with a 24-yard touchdown run, the first of a career-high three rushing touchdowns
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U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Jeffrey Downie and U.S. Military Academy Cadet Chuck Nadd square off over who will win the Air Force vs. Army football game during ESPN's "College GameDay" broadcast from the U.S. Air Force Academy Nov. 7 in Colorado. "College GameDay's" latest Academy visit is part of ESPN's salute to veterans of the U.S. armed forces, which will include a week of programming -- "America's Heroes: A Salute to Our Veterans" -- culminating in special "SportsCenter" editions from West Point on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. This is "College GameDay's" third visit to the Academy. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Bennie J. Davis III) ESPN films 'College GameDay' from Air Force Academy
The popular sports show ESPN "College GameDay" was filmed on location Nov. 7 at the U.S. Air Force Academy prior to the Falcons taking the field against service academy rival, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.About 1,000 Air Force and Army cadets crowded the terrazzo holding signs displaying their enthusiasm for their respective teams.This
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Air Force Academy senior Brandon Geyer punts during special teams drills during football practice Aug. 4 at the U.S. Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs, Colo.  The Falcons host the Nicholls State Colonels Sept. 5 in their home opener.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Football: Geyer named MWC special teams player of the week
Air Force senior punter Brandon Geyer was named Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in the Falcons' 35-7 win over Army on Nov. 7. It is the first MWC player of the week honor for Geyer, who had punts of 71 and 63 yards versus the Black Knights.Geyer joined Max Hall and Jan Jorgensen from BYU and Andy Dalton
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