Jake Sortor
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    Jake Sortor

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Mukilteo, WA

    High School:
    Kamiak

    Height / Weight:
    5-10 / 180

    Position:
    OF

    Bats/Throws:
    R/R

    03/29/2012

    Air Force Baseball travels to San Diego State

    Falcons take on Aztecs March 30-April 1 in San Diego.

    03/28/2012

    Air Force Drops 6-2 Ballgame at CSU Bakersfield Wednesday

    Custons leads Falcons, going 2-for-4 at the plate.

    02/10/2012

    Air Force Baseball 2012 Season Outlook

    Falcons open season Feb. 17 in Baton Rouge, La., vs. Alcorn State and LSU.

    10/14/2011

    Blue Steamrolls White in Game One of Blue-White Series

    Custons and M. Roberts lead the Blue with three hits each; Ceci tosses six scoreless innings.

    HIGH SCHOOL (Kamiak): Lettered three years in baseball and football...All-Wesco South first-team outfielder as a senior...second-team quarterback as a senior...team captain for baseball and football as a senior...set school record for singles as a freshman and batted .423 and earned second-team all-conference...all-conference as a junior...National Honor Society member...football scholar athlete...high school baseball coach was Steve Merkely...played summer ball for the Seattle Dodgers, coached by Chad Boudon.

    PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 2...went to Northwest Preparatory School prior to attending USAFA...nickname is Squanto...has five younger siblings...hobbies are playing guitar, surfing, traveling and creating his own clothing company...favorite food is Papa Murphy's pizza...favorite movies are a tie with the Notebook and Twilight...something not many people know about him is that he broke his toe skimboarding, but still walks on...credits his grandfather has having the biggest influence on his sports career...favorite athlete is Ken Griffey Jr. and favorite team is the Seattle Mariners...son of Jeff Sortor and Dana Sortor Babik.

    Why I came to the Academy: "I came to the Air Force Academy to push myself in every aspect of my life and become a better person. While the challenges are many and tough, I know I will be better for coming here in the end. Also, the opportunities at the Air Force Academy are amazing, along with life-long bonds I will make with classmates."

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