Falcons drop game one 9-4 and game two 8-5.
Falcons play back-to-back doubleheaders in April 19-21 series in Fresno, Calif.
White strikes out six in eight innings pitched.
Poje homers to lead Falcons in loss.
Air Force travels to UNC on April 3 and hosts UNM April 5-7.
Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - 4/19/11
Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - April 5, 2011
AF vs. Creighton (Game 2) - March 16, 2011 - Photos by Ray McCoy
AFA Baseball Blue/White Series - Game One - Oct. 17, 2010
Sophomore (2012):Started all 14 games pitched in ... led team in pitching starts ... struck out 63 in 82.0 innings ... second on team in innings pitched and third in strikeouts ... 3-9 record and 5.16 ERA ... pitched at least five innings in all but two starts ... pitched at least six innings in 10 starts ... struck out five or more in 10 starts ... earned wins over Alcorn State, UNLV and San Diego State ... pitched eight innings, allowing one run vs. Portland ... struck out seven against Navy ... did not walk a batter in six starts ... allowed two or fewer runs in six starts.
Freshman (2011): Pitched in 15 games, making four starts, both top marks amongst Falcon freshmen...5.55 ERA to go with 1-1 record...struck out 29 in 35.2 innings pitched...ranked second amongst relievers with 3.07 era in MW play...made pitching debut vs. Nebraska...first-career start came against Creighton...earned first-career win against Northern Colorado, pitching career-high six innings and allowing just one run...struck out seven against Wichita State...had multiple strikeouts in seven games...allowed just one earned run over five innings in start vs. BYU, while striking out four.
HIGH SCHOOL (Grapevine): Lettered three years in baseball...first-team all-district, Texas High School baseball magazine Top 100 Texas pitchers, North Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Team selection and Grapevine top pitcher award winner as a senior...went 8-2 with 1.67 ERA, 67 strikeouts in 66 innings as a senior...high school baseball coach was Tim McCune...played summer ball for the DBAT Mustangs, coached by Dave Ostroff.
PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 4...has two brothers, Kyle and Carson...attended the USAFA Prep school in 2009-10 and played on the baseball team...favorite TV show is Entourage...most noteworthy thing about his home town is that was ranked #100 in 100 best places to live in America...credits his father as having the biggest influence on his sports career...son of Ron and Carol White.
Why I came to the Academy: "I came to the Academy to challenge myself in all aspects, play baseball and become an officer in the Air Force. Also, the opportunity to play division one baseball in the Mountain West Conference and receive an education from one of the nation's top institutions is a once in a lifetime offer."
Getting to know Cameron:
Greatest moment in sports:Upsetting the #4 school in the nation my senior year of high school in the playoffs.
Hobbies:All kinds of sports and outdoor activities.
Favorite Movie:The Avengers.
Person in history you'd like to meet and why:Whitey Ford because my dad says he's the best lefty pitcher of all time and I'd like to see so for myself.
Something not many people know about you:I used to play the saxophone back in the day.
Who's had the biggest influence on your sports career and why:My dad, because he's always been my coach from day one.
Favorite athlete and why:Nolan Ryan because he's the greatest pitcher to ever play the game.
Pregame rituals:I eat a lot before games, other than that I like to mix up my pre-game warm up every game.
If you could be on any reality TV show, what would it be?Survivor.
What do you have on your iPod?Mainly country, but I enjoy all types of music.
If you could trade places with one of your teammates for day, who would it be and why?Any of the hitters, so that I know what it would be like to face myself.
How did you spend your summer?I did Ops AF at MacDill AFB in Tampa Bay, and I also worked ESET as a cadre.
Favorite quote:"Leaders aren't born, they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work. And that's the price we'll have to pay to achieve that goal, or any goal." - Vince Lombardi.