Harmon Gage
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    Harmon Gage

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Madison, Ala.

    High School:
    Bob Jones

    Height:
    6-1

    Event:
    Javelin

    JUNIOR (2008): Recorded the seventh-best javelin throw in Academy history...posted a personal-best distance of 202'0" to win the Jack Christiansen Invitational...became just the seventh Falcon to clear the 200-foot mark...threw a 192'0" to fifth in the javelin throw at the Mountain West Conference Championships...one of three Falcons to finish within the top seven at that meet...also won the javelin at the first-ever Front Range Invitational...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week award twice during the outdoor season.

    SOPHOMORE (2007): Set a new career-high mark in the javelin with a throw of 193'8" at the Sun Angel Classic...that distance was the second-best throw on the team...won the Potts Invitational with a throw of 191'6"...was the top collegian at the Wyoming Invitational, finishing second overall with a throw of 189'7"...finished ninth in the javelin at the Mountain West Conference championships.

    FRESHMAN (2006): Threw a career-best 186'5" in the javelin at the Air Force Twilight Meet...that was the best throw of the season by a rookie...earned the team's Field Athlete of the Week award following that meet.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Served as co-captain of baseball team...super all-metro honoree...named to the Alabama Super 100...played in the East-West All-Star game...also a member of the football team...was team co-captain...earned all-region honors...member of the Student Government Association (SGA)...member of the National Honor Society.

    PERSONAL: Son of Jerry and Mary Gage...has one sister (Jenny) and one brother (Justin)...majoring in operations research...hobbies include watching and playing sports, listening to music, sleeping and eating...three-time academic all-conference honoree...named to the Superintendent's List for excellence in military, academic and athletic performance...member of the 2009 track and field leadership council.

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