Isaiah Bragg, Patrick Corona and Hannah Everson were the Falcons' three all-region honorees.
It is the second weekly award of the season for the sophomore.
It is the first weekly conference honor for both Hawkins and Everson.
- 2013 All-Mountain West, Cross Country
SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2013: Received the program's Most Valuable Athlete award...earned all-conference and all-region honors...was the Falcons' top finisher in all four meets...became the first member of the women's team to ever garner first-team status at the Mountain West Championships...placed fifth at that meet with a time of 21:41.07...earned all-region honors after finishing 20th at the NCAA Mountain Region Championships (21:06.60)...that placement matches the program's best individual finish at the regional meet...earned Air Force Athlete of the Week honors following that meet...posted a career-best 6K time of 21-minutes flat at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational (84th)...that time is the second-fastest 6K mark in program history...won the Colorado State Open...clocked a 5K time of 18:02.00 to finish first in a field of 77 runners...earned MW Runner of the Week and Air Force Athlete of the Week honors following that meet.
FRESHMAN YEAR | 2012: Competed in five competitions, including the conference championships...opened the season with a seventh-place finish at the 5K Colorado State Open (18:42.6)...recorded a season-best 6K time of 22:13.9 at the Pre-Nationals Meet (178th)...finished 37th at the Mountain West Championships (22:21.3)...earned a scoring finish (23rd, 22:48.8) at the Woody Greeno Invitational to help Air Force to its first team title at that meet...clocked a time of 22:22.3 to finish 45th at the Rim Rock Classic.
HIGH SCHOOL: Liberty High School...two-time Gazette Girls Cross Country Athlete of the Year (2010, 2011)...four-time 5A state qualifier in cross country...finished second at the 2011 state championship meet...also placed fourth in 2010...finished fifth at the 2010 NXN Southwest Regionals with a personal-best time of 17:53 (5K)...was a member of the 4x800-meter relay team that won the 2011 Colorado 5A Track and Field Championships...finished fourth in the 3200-meter run in 2011...placed fifth in that race as a senior...clocked a career-best time of 11:02 at that meet...clocked a personal-best 1600-meter time of 5:05 to finish ninth at the 2012 state championship meet...two-time Liberty High School Cross Country Athlete of the Year (2009, 2011)...2012 LHS Athlete of the Year...lettered four years in cross country and four years in track and field...named to the Academic Honor Roll all eight semesters...recipient of the Order of the Crest Award, which honors students who earn a letter in a varsity sport, a letter in a club/activity and a letter in academics.
PERSONAL: Full name is Hannah Marie Everson...daughter of Wendy Everson...mother was enlisted in the Air Force for 20 years...has one younger sister, Rachel...majoring in behavioral science...future plans include becoming a nurse practitioner...named to the Dean's List and Athletic Director's List...hobbies include reading and spending time with friends and family...reads horoscope every night to see how accurate it was...received the women's Most Improved Award for the 2013-14 track and field season...clocked the program's third-fastest outdoor 5000-meter time following a Sophomore Class Record performance of 16:55.43...also debuted in eighth on the program's indoor 3000-meter list with a time of 10:02.61 (adjusted for altitude) and ran on the all-MW distance medley relay team that clocked the program's fourth-fastest time...completed Operation Air Force over the summer at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma...also served as an Element Leader during the first session of Basic Cadet Training...member of Cadet Squadron 33.
COACH COLE ON HANNAH: "Nanners established herself as one of the top cross country runners in the conference last year and is ready to take another step. As her consistency and training level increases throughout the year, I wouldn't be surprised to see Hannah have some very special performances for the Academy."