Four men and four women were chosen by their teammates to lead the Falcons next season.
Air Force qualified mulitple athletes in seven events.
The 20 selections by the men's MW champions are the most in program history.
Alex Lindsay has now run on the second- and third-fastest DMR times in Academy history.
Five Falcons earned multiple all-MW honors.
JUNIOR YEAR | 2012-13: Three-time all-conference honoree...earned top-three finishes in the 800-meter run at both the indoor and outdoor Mountain West Championships...also earned all-MW honors as a member of the 4x400-meter relay team that finished second at the MW Indoor Championships...ran the third leg of the distance medley relay team that recorded the second-fastest time in Academy history (9:34.51) at the Alex Wilson Invitational...also recorded the program's fifth-fastest 800-meter time (1:49.93) at that meet...finished second in the 800 at the conference championships (1:51.28)...won that event at the Air Force Invitational...also competed in the 500-meter dash (1:05.65, Air Force Holiday Open) and 600-meter dash (1:21.24, Nebraska adidas Classic) during the indoor season...placed third in the 800-meter run at the MW Outdoor Championships with a career-best time of 1:49.25...that time is ranked fourth on the program's all-time list...competed in that event at the NCAA West Preliminary, finishing 33rd with a time of 1:50.79...earned a seventh-place finish in that distance at the Mt. SAC Relays (1:50.54)...ran on the distance medley relay that finished second at the Drake Relays (9:47.19)...earned "Standout" distinction from the team twice during the season.
SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2011-12: Mountain West conference champion in the outdoor 800-meter run...two-time all-conference honoree...finished second in that distance at the MW Indoor Championships...member of the distance medley relay team that clocked the second-fastest time in Academy history (9:35.28) at the Alex Wilson Invitational...debuted on the program's all-time list in both the indoor and outdoor 800-meter races...posted a outdoor-best 1:50.41 to finish fourth at the Arizona State Invitational...that time ranked eighth on the program's all-time list...clocked 1:50.84 (adjusted for altitude) to win the outdoor conference title...claimed a third-place finish in that distance at the Front Range Classic (1:55.35a)...competed in the 1500-meter run at the Mt. SAC Relays, clocking a time of 3:53.18...ran on the distance medley relay (9:43.22) and 4x800-meter relay (7:37.53) teams that competed at the Drake Relays...recorded an indoor-best time of 1:50.84a during runner-up performance at the MW Indoor Championships...that time was the sixth-fastest time in Academy history...competed in the 600-meter run at the New Mexico Classic (1:20.90) and Nebraska Wesleyan Open (1:20.92)...won both events...ran the anchor leg of the two-mile relay (8:09.65) that won the Air Force Blue-Silver Open.
FRESHMAN YEAR | 2010-11: Did not compete.
HIGH SCHOOL: Rochester Adams High School...member of the cross country team that placed third at the state championship meet...two-time all-region selection in track (2007, 2008)...also earned three all-region selection in track (2007, 2008, 2009)...three-time all-league selection in track (2007, 2008, 2009)...earned 2008 all-county honors in both cross country and track...also earned all-country honors in track in 2009...two-time all-state selection in track (2008, 2009)...member of the 4x400-meter relay team that finished second at the Michigan state championships...also ran a leg of Michigan's 4x800-meter relay team that competed at the Midwest Meet of Champions...served as captain of the cross country and track teams during senior season...also played ice hockey...also served as captain of that team during senior year...helped all three sports to a top-10 finish at the Division I state finals during senior year (cross country - ninth, track - fifth, hockey - Elite 8).
PERSONAL: Full first name is Alexander, but goes by Alex...nickname is "Cookies"...son of Rick and Sandy Lindsay...has one older sister, Chantal...majoring in management...future career plans include becoming an Air Force Financial Manager...also plans to "make my first million by age 30"...served as Assistant Support Officer...named to the Athletic Director's List...member of the Basic Cadet Training Course Cadre over the summer...also worked as a counselor for Falcon Sports Camps...attended Northwestern Preparatory School following high school graduation...hobbies include camping and fishing...was born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada...became a naturalized citizen of the United States at age nine...member of Cadet Squadron 10.