Grant Caswell
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    Grant Caswell

    Class:
    Sophomore

    Hometown:
    Englewood, Colo.

    High School:
    Cherry Creek

    Height:
    6-0

    Event:
    800m, 1500m

    07/09/2014

    Over 40 Falcons Earn MW Academic Honors

    The track and field team accounted for 41 of Air Force's 69 academic all-conference selections.

    06/21/2013

    Program-Record 43 Named to Academic All-MW List

    A total of 30 men and 13 women comprised 43 of the Academy's 65 academic all-conference selections.

    01/12/2013

    Falcons Conclude Action at All-Comers Meet

    Joey Uhle won the pole vault with the seventh-best clearance in Academy history.

    01/09/2013

    Falcons Set to Host Annual All-Comers Meet

    The meet will be held Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Cadet Field House.

    FRESHMAN YEAR | 2012-13: Ran the anchor leg of the 4x800-meter relay that clocked the second-fastest time in Academy history (7:35.07) at the Drake Relays...recorded a career-best 800-meter time of 1:52.20 during anchor run...competed in that distance during six meets (three indoor, three outdoor)...won the Air Force Twilight Invitational during the outdoor season...clocked an indoor-best 800-meter time of 1:54.89a at the New Mexico Collegiate Classic...was the runner-up at the Air Force Team Challenge...ran the 1000-meter run in collegiate debut at the Air Force Holiday Open (2:37.92)...academic all-conference selection...MW Scholar-Athlete.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Cherry Creek High School...served as the team captain for both the cross country and track teams during the 2011-12 academic year...earned all-conference and all-league honors in cross country as a senior...all-state selection in track as a member of the 4x800-meter relay team...also lettered two years in hockey...2011 Hobey Baker Award recipient...graduated with a 4.42 GPA...Chinese Honor Society officer and member.

    PERSONAL: Full name is Grant Thomas Caswell...nickname is "Ulysses"...son of Chuck and Diana Caswell...has one younger brother, Austin...majoring in computer science...earning a minor in Chinese...future plans include becoming an intelligence officer...raised a guide dog to assist the blind...hobbies include "beating smacks, quilting and yodeling"...involved in a gruesome razor wire incident during Expeditionary Survival and Evasion Training over the summer and nearly lost leg...member of Cadet Squadron 29.

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