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Air Force sophomore forward Kelsey Berger drives past Colorado Christian's Christina Whitelaw during the Falcons' match against the Tigers at the Air Force Academy's Clune Arena Nov. 28, 2010. Berger, a native of Mentor, Ohio, scored eight points in the Falcons' 68-58 win. (U.S. Air Force photo/Megan Davis) Falcons soar over Colo. Christian, 68-58
With four players scoring in double figures, the Air Force women's basketball team picked up a 68-58 victory over Colorado Christian at Clune Arena Nov. 28.Senior captain Raimee Beck led Air Force with 15 points and six rebounds, while sophomore Dymond James added a 13 points and a team-high seven rebounds. Also scoring in double figures for the
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Air Force wide receiver Jonathan Warzeka runs downfield during the Falcons' final game of the season against the UNLV in Las Vegas Nov. 18, 2010. Warzeka, a native of Lake Elsinore, Calif., had two catches for 46 yards and a touchdown. The Falcons came back from a 17-7 deficit to defeat the Rebels, 35-20. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth) Falcons close season with 35-20 win over UNLV
Unfortunately for UNLV, what happens in Vegas does not stay in Vegas, because the Air Force Falcons are bringing home a win from their final game of the season after defeating the Rebels, 35-20.Jonathan Warzeka scored on a 54-yard touchdown run to regain the lead in the second half and jump-start the highly effective triple option for Air Force to
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Air Force goalie Jason Torf blocks a shot on goal during the Falcons' match against No. 3 Yale at the Cadet Ice Arena Nov. 14, 2010. Torf, a native of Hermosa Beach, Calif., was named an Atlantic Hockey Association rookie of the week after making 34 saves in the Falcons' 4-3 victory. (U.S. Air Force photo/Mike Kaplan) Air Force upsets No. 3 Yale, 4-3
Air Force scored four unanswered goals in the third period for a 4-3 win over third-ranked Yale in a non-conference college hockey game Nov. 14 in front of a sellout crowd at the Academy's Cadet Ice Arena.Air Force, 3-6 overall, handed Yale its first loss of the season after five straight wins. Yale came into the game as the nation's top scoring
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New Mexico quarterback Stump Godfrey is hit by Air Force's Bradley Connor during the Air Force-New Mexico game at Falcon Stadium Nov. 13, 2010. The Falcons defeated the Lobos, 48-23, in their final home game of the season. The Falcons, 7-4 overall and 4-3 in the Mountain West Conference, close out their regular season against UNLV Nov. 18. (Air Force photo/Johnny Wilson) Falcons dominate Lobos, 48-23
Air Force dominated New Mexico with their rushing offense, beating the Lobos 48-23 in the final home game of the season at Falcon Stadium.Senior Day at the Academy proved too much for New Mexico to handle as the Falcons totaled 461 yards to the Lobos' 258 in the crushing defeat, showing why the Falcons have earned the Commander-in-Chief's
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Default Air Force Logo Grads react to CIC victory
For the first time in eight years, the U.S. Air Force Academy claims ownership of the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy, a symbol of military academy football supremacy. Capts. Joel Buelow and Nathan Olsen were both seniors on the Academy's 2002 CIC winning football team and they shared their thoughts on the 2010 victory. "It is great to see the
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Nathan Schierholtz, left, poses for a photo with his brother, Cadet 1st Class Vai Schierholtz, Oct. 28, 2010. Nathan Schierholtz is a rightfielder for the 2010 World Series champion San Francisco Giants. (U.S. Air Force photo) One cadet's connection to the World Series
A cadet sits in the Air Force Academy Library. He is leader among his peers, commander of his Cadet Squadron. He faces the terrazzo where classmates and friends pass by under the cold Colorado sunshine. The amount of time until his graduation can be counted in months now, not years. At the same time, a young man rides along a parade route in the
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Senior offensive lineman Tyler Schonsheck celbrates following the Air Force victory over Army Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010 at Westpoint's Michie Stadium.  The Falcons defeated the Black Knights 42-22 and clinched the Commander-in-Chief's trophy for the first time since 2002.  (U.S. Army photo/Tommy Gilligan) Air Force defeats Army, secures Commander-in-Chief's trophy
They are the future leaders of the world's strongest military. They dedicate what could be the greatest four years of their lives to honing the skills necessary to guide their Airmen and Soldiers on the field of battle. But for 60 minutes, they are bitter enemies who square off in a rivalry going back to 1959.The Air Force Falcons defeated the
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Senior running back Nathan Walker leaps over a Utah defender during the first quarter of play against Utah at Falcon Stadium Oct 30, 2010. Walker had six carries for 31 yards in the Falcons' 28-23 loss to the No. 8 Utes. (U.S. Air Force photo/Johnny Wilson) No. 8 Utes survive Air Force comeback, 28-23
Five turnovers sabotaged the Air Force Academy's offense as the Falcons fell to the University of Utah at Falcon Stadium Oct. 30.This was the second straight week the Falcons faced a team ranked both in the top 10 of the nation and the BCS rankings, and was fourth nationally-ranked opponent the Falcons have faced this season.Utah entered the game
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Defensive backs Jon Davis and Reggie Rembert celebrate as Air Force defeated Navy 14-6 at the U.S. Air Force Academy's Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs, Colo., Oct. 2, 2010.  This was the Falcons' first victory over Navy since 2002.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Johnny Wilson) CBS-C to feature Falcons football players
Two Air Force football players will be featured in "Inside Academy Football," scheduled to air on CBS College Sports Oct. 26 at 6:30 p.m. Mountain Time.The show goes on the road with Cadet 1st Class Jared Tew as he takes the flight controls of a Diamond T-52A aircraft and with Cadet 2nd Class Jonathan Davis as he gets his first ride in an F-15
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Air Force quarterback Tim Jefferson breaks into the open en route to a 16-yard touchdown run against TCU at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth Oct. 23, 2010. Jefferson had nine carries for 39 yards and Air Force's only touchdown of the game in the 38-7 loss. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Van Winkle) TCU crushes Air Force, 38-7
The Air Force Academy fell 38-7 to the nation's fourth-ranked team Oct. 23.TCU made a statement with its opening series, marching 71 yards on seven plays and capping the drive with a 5-yard run by quarterback Andy Dalton. A Ross Evans extra point put TCU up 7-0.Air Force returned the favor on their first offensive series, taking the ball at their
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