Jon McMahon
Jon  McMahon


Londonderry, NH

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195




Air Force vs. BYU - May 21, 2011

Air Force vs. BYU - May 21, 2011


Air Force vs. BYU - May 19, 2011

Air Force vs. BYU - May 19, 2011


Air Force vs. UNLV - May 12, 2010

Air Force vs. UNLV - May 12, 2010


Air Force vs. Utah - April 29, 2011

Air Force vs. Utah - April 29, 2011


Air Force vs. San Diego State - April 21, 2010

Air Force vs. San Diego State - April 21, 2010

Jon McMahon Career Stats in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

Notable: Did not play in 2010 to focus on other Academy opportunities...will see time at third and second.

Sophomore (2009): Played in 46 games, starting 39...started 27 games at second and 12 games at third...batted .271 with 45 hits and 24 RBIs...second on the team with four triples...fourth on the team with eight stolen bases...second on the team with 116 assists and fifth with 93 putouts...had season-high three RBIs three times...had a season-high four hits vs. Utah Valley...stole season-best two bases vs. Northern Colorado and UNLV...Mountain West Confernece All-Academic.

Freshman (2008): Appeared in 35 games, starting 29...started 20 games at second and nine at third...batted .243 with 18 runs and nine RBIs...earned first-career hit in first-career game against Navy...hit first-career home run against Lehigh...went 5-for-5 with five RBIs and three runs scored in a game vs. Doane...also had three hits in a game vs. Maine and hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to drive in game-winning, walk-off win over Ohio State.

Londonderry HS (Londonderry, N.H.): Lettered four years in baseball, three in soccer, two in basketball and one in track...first-team all-state...New Hampshire Union Leader Player of the MVP...batted .474 as a senior and .495 as a sophomore...batted .406 for his career and set school records for hits (116), runs (80), doubles (19), triples (11) and stolen bases (51)...National, Math and Spanish Honor Society member...high school baseball coach was Brent Demas...played American Legion summer ball for Post 27, coached by Rick Brothers.

Personal: Member of Cadet Squadron 22...nickname is Jonny Mac...future career plans are to become a UAV Pilot...on the Superintendent's list four times, the Dean's list six times, the Commandant's list five times and the athletics list five times...credits his father as having the biggest influence on his sports career...has two older sisters, Jen and Becca...son of William and Cindy McMahon.

Why I came to the Academy: "I came to the Academy to play baseball and to make a difference in the world in the Air Force."

Getting to know Jon:

Squadron job: Squadron Commander.

Greatest moment in sports: When the Red Sox came back and won 4 games in a row against the Yankees in the 2004 ALCS and went on to win the World Series.

Hobbies: Skiing, watching sports, TV.

Favorite food: Steak and mashed potatoes.

Favorite Movie: Boondocks Saints.

Person in history you'd like to meet and why: Ted Williams because I would like to get to know the last person in history to hit .400 in a season and because he was on the Red Sox.

Something not many people know about you: I listen to classical music when I write papers.

Who's had the biggest influence on your sports career and why: My father and mother because they gave me all the support and confidence I could ever ask for. My father took me to the fields whenever I wanted and always had enough time to throw with me in the yard. They are my idols.

Most noteworthy thing(s) about your hometown: Sometimes called "Appletown," there are 5 apple orchards covering a large portion of our town.

Favorite athlete and why: Dustin Pedroia because of his attitude and energy on the field.

Pregame rituals: Music and staying loose.

If you could be on any reality TV show, what would it be? American Gladiators-that show was the ultimate test of athleticism and skill.

What do you have on your iPod? Every genre, I can appreciate all kinds music but mainly country, alternative rock and R&B.

If you could trade places with one of your teammates for day, who would it be and why? I would trade places with Evan Abrecht so I could get a taste of standing on the mound and striking someone out again.

How did you spend your summer? Cadet Summer Research program at Hanscom AFB studying airborne networking and designed a demonstration meant to enhance the communication capabilities of the UAV in the battlefield, home for leave and was the Logistics Commander for Cadet Survival Training program.

Favorite quote: "Have I done all that I can do today to better myself and help others?"


Year avggp-gsabrh2b3bhrrbitbslg%bbhbpsogdpob%sfshsb-attpoaefld%
2008.... .243 35-29 103 18 25 3 0 1 9 31 .301 5 8 27 5 .325 1 3 4-6 52 61 8 .934
2009.... .271 46-39 166 12 45 6 4 0 24 59 .355 11 1 24 1 .318 1 1 8-11 93 116 11 .950
TOTAL... .260 81-68 269 30 70 9 4 1 33 90 .335 16 9 51 6 .321 2 4 12-17 145 177 19 .944
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