Earlier this week, Craig Sesker of USA Wrestling conducted an interview with Air Force head wrestling coach Joel Sharratt, discussing the program's performance through the first half of the year and what is still to come for the Falcons.
For the full interview, featured on themat.com, click here.
Admission to the Air Force All-Comers Track and Field Meet on Saturday, Jan. 12, is free to all spectators arriving at the Cadet Field House prior to 12pm. Due to ticketing for the Air Force-UNLV women's basketball game at 1pm, a $2 admission fee will be charged to everyone entering the Field House after noon.
The Falcons' first track and field meet of 2013 begins with the women's weight throw at 8am. The remaining field events get underway at 9am, while the running events will start at 10am.
The Air Force track and field team has revised its competition schedule for the AF All-Comers Meet on Saturday, Jan. 12, and all events will now begin one hour earlier than previously posted. The women's weight throw will kick off the day at 8 a.m., at the Cadet Field House, with the remainder of the field events getting underway at 9:00 a.m. The running events will begin at 10 a.m., with the mile run.
The Air Force Armed Forces Bowl practice update is presented by LOWES, www.lowes.com.
Air Force completed its practices today for the Armed Forces Bowl. The team practiced at Kennendale High School for about one hour. The team is scheduled to go to several bowl functions today and tomorrow will participate in a press conference at the Omni Hotel. The Falcons take on Rice on Saturday, Dec. 29, at 10:45 a.m. CT at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas.
The following Air Force Armed Forces Bowl practice update is presented by LOWES. To find out more about LOWES go to www.lowes.com.
Air Force completed its third of four practices today for the Armed Forces Bowl. The team is healthy and rested and will take on Rice on Saturday, Dec. 29, at
The following Air Force Bowl practice update is presented by LOWES. To see more information click on the following link: www.lowes.com.
With a "white" Christmas greeting the schools from Houston and Colorado in Fort Worth Tuesday, the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl practice schedules for Rice and Air Force have changed for Wednesday (December 26). Both schools will practice at the indoor practice facility on the campus of TCU in Fort Worth. Rice, which arrived in Fort Worth today after traveling from Houston, will practice first Wednesday at the TCU indoor facility at 10:30 a.m. (CST) followed by Air Force at 12:30 p.m.
The following Air Force practice update is presented by LOWES. For more information, click on to the following link: www.lowes.com.
The Falcons arrived in Fort Worth today. All but six players made it on time for practice at TCU's indoor practice facility. The six that missed practice due to flight problems did finally arrive tonight and the entire team is now here in the Metroplex. The Falcons worked out for about 90 minutes today after a pre-practice lift. The team will practice at TCU again tomorrow, Dec. 25, before a final decision is made about where they will practice on Dec. 26-27. Air Force is making is sixth consecutive bowl appearance and takes on Rice on Saturday, Dec. 29, at 10:45 a.m. CT at Amon G. Carter Stadium.