Four men and four women were chosen by their teammates to lead the Falcons next season.
Joey Uhle won the pole vault with the seventh-best clearance in Academy history.
The meet will be held Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Cadet Field House.
The men won four conference titles today, while the women claimed two.
JUNIOR YEAR | 2012-13: Competed in the pole vault during seven indoor meets...recorded a season-best 16'2¾" during two competitions...finished fourth with that clearance at the Air Force All-Comers Meet...also earned a fifth-place mark at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic...surpassed the 16-foot mark (16'0 ¾") at the Air Force Holiday Open, Air Force Invitational and Air Force Team Challenge...also participated in the outdoor pole vault at the Arizona State Invitational...cleared 15'7¼" at that meet.
SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2011-12: Scored for the Falcons during both the indoor and outdoor Mountain West Championship meets...placed fourth at the MW Indoor Championships (16'5¼") and fifth at the MW Outdoor Championships (16'0¾")...cleared a career-best indoor mark of 16'6¾" at the Air Force Blue-Silver Open...finished third among collegiate athletes at that meet...also placed third at the Robert Shine Invitational (15'11"), Air Force Team Challenge (16'0¾") and Air Force All-Comers Meet (15'7")...posted an outdoor-best 16'1¼" to finish fourth at the Colorado Invitational...also finished fourth among collegiate athletes at the Jack Christiansen Invitational (15'3½").
FRESHMAN YEAR | 2010-11: Competed in the pole vault in five competitions during the outdoor season...recorded a career-best clearance of 15'7" to finish as the top collegian (third overall) at the Colorado Invitational...earned the team's Newcomer of the Week award following that meet...was the top collegiate finisher at the CSU-Pueblo Invitational, finishing second overall (15'5")...also finished third at the Front Range Classic (15'2¼")...recorded an indoor-best height of 15'1¼" three times...first recorded that mark at the Don Barrett Duals...matched that mark at the New Mexico Classic and again at the Air Force Invitational...was the runner-up at the Robert Shine Invitational (15'0").
HIGH SCHOOL: Mullen High School...four-year letterwinner in track...Colorado state champion in the pole vault as a senior...member of the team that won the state title...served as team captain as a senior...placed second in the pole vault at the state meet as a junior...also finished fourth in the 300-meter hurdles at that meet...2008 Great Southwest champion in the pole vault... was the runner-up in the 300-meter hurdles at the state championships as a sophomore.
PERSONAL: Son of Larry and Suzanne Beski...has one older brother, Johnny, and two older sisters, Meghan and Alyssa...nickname is "E"...majoring in management...future plans include working in finance...served as Chief of Safety...had an article published in Rocket Magazine...hobbies include watching TV, Broncos football, Nuggets basketball, rock climbing, short walks, watching movies, going to dog parks, traveling on holidays and long naps...attended the Academy Prep School...was a member of the soccer team and rock climbing club...completed the Powered Flight program and worked Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training (ESET) over the summer...also traveled from Florida (Tampa) to New Jersey (Cream Ridge) to Colorado (Grand Lake and Aspen/Snowmass)...member of Cadet Squadron 30.