Brad Hackert
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    Brad Hackert

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Thomaston, Conn.

    High School:
    Thomaston

    Height:
    6-4

    Event:
    Decathlon

    06/24/2013

    Falcons Place 21 on MW Scholar-Athlete List

    The track and field team had 16 men and five women earn GPAs of 3.50 or higher.

    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.

    06/20/2012

    Twenty Falcons Earn MW Scholar-Athlete Distinction

    Kimber Shealy became the program's fourth athlete to claim this honor all four years.

    06/19/2012

    Track and Field Places 39 on Academic All-Conference List

    Paige Blackburn, Katie Carroll and Kimber Shealy claimed their fourth straight academic all-MW honors.

    01/16/2013

    Air Force All-Comers Meet

    05/15/2012

    Front Range Classic

    Photos from the Front Range Classic on May 4.

    04/16/2012

    Air Force Relays

    Photos from the Air Force Relays on April 7.

    04/16/2012

    Outdoor Combined Events

    Photos from the Outdoor Combined Events on April 5.

    02/10/2012

    Air Force Invitational

    Photos from the Air Force Invitational on Feb. 10.

    SOPHOMORE (2012): Competed in the javelin throw during four competitions...recorded a career-best 165'7" to finish fourth at the Air Force Relays...participated in two high jump events during the outdoor season...cleared a personal-best 6'0¾" at the Front Range Classic (fifth)...competed in the long jump (18'1") and 110-meter hurdles (16.71) at the Jack Christiansen Invitational...ran the 400-meter dash (54.67) at the Front Range Classic...competed in five events during the indoor season...participated in the long jump during three meets...posted a personal-best distance of 18'9¼" to finish sixth at the Robert Shine Invitational...also competed in three shot put competitions...recorded a career-best 41'0¼" at the Air Force Invitational...competed in the high jump twice, posting a personal-best 6'0¾" at the Air Force Invitational...also competed in the 60-meter dash (career-best 7.65, Robert Shine Invitational) and 60-meter hurdles (season-best 9.19, Air Force Blue and Silver Open) ...academic all-conference selection...MW Scholar-Athlete.

    FRESHMAN (2011): Finished fourth in the decathlon at the Glenn Morris Multi-Event Meet (5,767 points) ...won the decathlon shot put at that meet with a career-best 39'11½"....also tallied career-best marks in the 100-meter dash (11.89), 400-meter dash (53.53), 1500-meter dash (5:10.76 adjusted for altitude), high jump (5'9¾"), pole vault (11'5"), long jump (18'9") and discus throw (112'5") at that meet...tallied career-best 110-meter hurdles time of 16.22 at the CSU-Pueblo Invitational...recorded a personal-best javelin throw distance of 146'11" at the New Mexico Tailwind Invitational...competed in the long jump during three indoor competitions...recorded an indoor-best distance of 18'3¼" at the Don Barrett Duals...participated in the 60-meter hurdles during two meets...clocked a career-best time of 8.70 at the Potts Indoor Invitational...competed in the high jump (6'0") and shot put (38'7½") at the Robert Shine Invitational...also ran a leg of the 4x400-meter relay team that placed second (3:35.98) at that meet...academic all-conference selection...MWC Scholar-Athlete.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Thomaston High School.

    PERSONAL: Full name is Bradford Cook Hackert...goes by Brad...son of James and Carmel Hackert...has three older brothers, Peter, Brian and Derek...also has one younger brother, Connor...majoring in political science...future plans include becoming a combat rescue officer...named to the Superintendent's List for excellence in military, academic and athletic achievement...ranked eighth overall in the Class of 2014...served as A-3 NCO...received Jump Wings over the summer...is a prior enlisted Senior Airmen...served as an intelligence analyst for the MQ-1 Predator at Creech AFB, Nev....hobbies include reading...member of Cadet Squadron 30.

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