The 41 student-athletes are the most ever in Mountain West sponsored sports only
The 75 honorees is the third most since the Falcons joined the MW in 1999-2000
Personal-Best Times -- 1500m: 3:53.34a | 5000m: 14:22.75
SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2016: Did not compete.
FRESHMAN YEAR | 2015: Competed in the first three meets of the season...finished 13th out of 233 runners at the Woody Greeno Invitational (25:58.0)...posted a career-best 8K time of 24:41.2 at the Washington Invitational (76th)...clocked a 5K time of 15:47.3 to finish 40th at the season-opening Colorado State Invitational...academic all-conference selection...Mountain West Scholar-Athlete.
HIGH SCHOOL: De La Salle Collegiate High School...two-time all-Midwest selection...four-time all-state honoree...five-time Catholic League champion...four-time county champion...seven-time regional champion...holds the school records in both the 1600-meter run (4:15) and 3200-meter run (9:11)...national AP Scholar...graduated within the top five of senior class.
PERSONAL: Full name is Michael F. Davey, Jr...goes by Mickey...son of Michael Davey and Jae Jung...father served in the Air Force...has one younger brother...majoring in electrical engineering...future plans include becoming a pilot or engineer...hobbies include saving desk clerks on recruiting visits with Andrew Tankersley and subscribing to CatFacts...can complete a Rubik's cube in 19 seconds...is excited to work in the electrical engineering lab, like the great Sean Bapty before him...expert Clif Bar hider...has an uncle that served in the Air Force and two cousins that currently attend West Point...member of Cadet Squadron 35.
COACH COLE ON MICKEY: "When Mickey makes it to the starting line, he tends to make it to the finish line very quickly. But our challenge is to continue to figure out ways to keep Mickey intact so that he makes it to the starting line consistently. We're committed to that process, and with continued improvements on that front, we'll see continued improvements not only in Mickey's individual performance, but in the overall performance of AFXC."