Chris Carter
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    Chris Carter

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Port St. Lucie, FL

    High School:
    Treasure Coast

    Last College:
    USAFA Prep School

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 200

    Position:
    Guard

    03/07/2012

    Falcons Open MW Championships vs. New Mexico on Thursday

    Air Force the seventh seed, will play Thursday night at 6 p.m. (PT)

    03/02/2012

    Falcons Host Colorado State in Regular Season Finale

    Senior Day at Clune, three seniors honored in post-game ceremony

    02/28/2012

    Falcons Battle New Mexico in Albuquerque on Wednesday

    AFA looks to snap two-game skid

    02/24/2012

    Falcons Travel to #21/20 UNLV on Saturday

    AFA plays its second ranked team in seven days

    02/21/2012

    Falcons Host TCU on Wednesday

    AFA looking for third straight win

    Before Air Force
    Averaged a team-high 11.8 points and 3.1 rebounds per game in 30 contests for the USAFA Prep School ... shot 48 percent (112-231) from the field and also led the team with 109 assists ... finished second on the team with 60 steals ... led the squad with 96 FTM and 128 FTA ... averaged 16 points, 5.5 rebounds and five assists per game as a senior at Treasure Coast ... first-team all-area and all-conference selection ... named MVP of the St. Lucie County Holiday Classic as a senior ... named team MVP as a senior ... high school basketball coach was Brad Lehman.
    Personal
    Parents are Dennis and Valerie Carter ... has one brother, Brian ... given name is Christopher ... planning to major in management ... would like to enter hospital administration following his time at the Academy ... hobbies include dancing and fishing ... favorite food is Moe's burritos ... favorite TV show is Fresh Prince of Bel Air ... favorite book is The Coldest Winter ... favorite movie is The Lincoln Lawyer ... people in history he would most like to meet are the Wright Brothers ... greatest moment in sports was hitting the game-winning shot against his seventh-grade rivals ... credits his brother with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 17.
    Inside Men's Basketball