Mountain West Images of the Year on conference website

    The Mountain West Conference has posted Images of the Year on the conference website instagram page at http://instagram.com/mountainwestconference. The images were provided by Clarkson Creative/NCAA Photos.

     

    Football, baseball star Baska part of winter graduation

     The Air Force Academy adds five new graduates to the Air Force on Wednesday morning at this fall semester's graduation and commissioning ceremony. David Baska, a football and baseball lettermen, will graduate with a B.S. in humanities and report to Vanderberg AFB, Calif., to serve as a space operations officer before going into acquisitions. 

    Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson, Academy Superintendent, will be the guest speaker for the ceremony. The general will present the diplomas to the new graduates, along with Brig. Gen. Andrew Armacost, dean of the faculty.  After receiving their diplomas, the Academy's newest graduates will swear the oath of office and each will have family members pin on their new rank. These five new lieutenants bring the Air Force Academy's total number of graduates to 46,045 since the first graduating class, which was the Class of 1959. 

    Football photo among best images in 2013

    Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun leading the team out of the tunnel for a game this season was one of the images included in the 2013 Photos of the Year by Airman Magazine. To view the images, click on the link below.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/airmanmagazine/sets/72157638517123276/

    Watch Air Force at CSU at Watch ESPN.com

    The Air Force at Colorado State game will be televised on the internet only. To watch the telecast, you can visit the link below.

    http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index/_/id/1369308/College-Football-Air-Force-vs-Colorado-State

    Watch Air Force vs. UNLV on Watch ESPN

    The following link will allow fans to watch the Air Force - UNLV game via Watch ESPN.

    http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index/_/id/1216421/College-Football-UNLV-vs-Air-Force

    Track & Field Looking for Volunteers to Officiate Home Meets

    The Air Force track and field team is looking for volunteers to serve as officials during its home competitions for the upcoming 2013-14 season. Volunteers serve in roles ranging from timing and recording to serving as umpires for track events and judges for field events. For the 2013-14 season, Air Force will host home meets on five Fridays and seven Saturdays, with most volunteer stints lasting four-to-six hours (a complete list of home events can be found on the track schedule page_

     

    Training and certification sessions will take place at 8:15 a.m., on Saturday, Dec. 14, in the Falcon Athletic Center Auditorium. This session is not mandatory, however, and new officials can be trained in several positions that do require certification.

     

    Any individuals interested in volunteering as a competition official for home track meets during the 2013 season should contact Rich Schornstein, Officials Certification Chairman for USA Track and Field (kidz1023@comcast.net) or Jim Murphy, Air Force's Coordinator of Officials (pat.and.jim@gmail.com) by Monday, Dec. 9.

     

    Take advantage of this great opportunity to observe cadet-athletes in action and learn and serve in the Olympic sport of track and field.

    Air Force Women's Basketball Media Guide Now Online

    The 2013-14 Air Force women's basketball media guide is now available online at the following link:

    http://www.goairforcefalcons.com/sports/w-baskbl/archive/111113aaa.html

    Feature story on former Falcon Chad Hall of KC Chiefs

    The following link is to a feature story on former Air Force Falcon Chad Hall, a WR with the Kansas City Chiefs.

    Chad Hall: http://chiefsspin.com/chiefs-wr-chad-hall-aims-high-perseveres/

    Air Force vs. Army available on Watch ESPN

    A link to watch the Air Force vs. Army game on Saturday on Watch ESPN is available:

    http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index/_/id/1215173/College-Football-Army-vs-Air-Force

     

     

    ESPN Video of Wings of Blue at Wyoming game

     ESPN and the Wings of Blue worked together to have a GoPro camera mounted to the helmet of one of the team as they jumped into Falcon Stadium on Saturday before the Wyoming game. A link to the jump follows below.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrROyxeBWQU&feature=youtu.be