Mike McLain
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    Mike McLain

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Portland, OR

    High School:
    Centennial

    Last College:
    USAFA Prep School

    Height / Weight:
    6-8 / 230

    Position:
    Center

    Major:
    Management

    2008-09 (Junior)

    Appeared in 28 games, started the first 16 ... scored first points of career on a three-point play vs. Western State in season opener ... also had first assist of career vs. WSC, finished game with career-high three ... career-high six points and four rebounds vs. Texas-Pan Am ...career-high six rebounds at TCU ... tied career-high with three assists vs. Norfolk State and Dartmouth ... played career-high 20 minutes vs. Portland.

    2007-08 (Sophomore)

    Played in three games ... grabbed first rebound of career vs. Dartmouth.

    2006-07 (Freshman)

    Did not play a varsity game.

    Before Air Force

    Three-year letterwinner in basketball ... two-time first-team all-conference selection ...named honorable mention all-state by Northwest Hoops ... led team to a second-place finish in the conference as a senior ... attended and played basketball at the USAFA Prep School ... he was also a flight commander at the Prep School ... member of National Honor Society ... high school basketball coach was John Poetsch.

    Personal

    Parents are Larry and Debbie McLain ... has one sister, Christine (24) ... mission support officer at the Academy last summer ... also was a squadron commander for Basic Military Training at the USAFA Prep School, in charge of 11 cadets and 81 basics assigned to his squadron ... his squadron was awarded top squadron honors following basic training ... active in his squadron as the security officer ... hobby is playing the piano ... would like to coach basketball in the future ... favorite food is teriyaki steak ... favorite movie is Gladiator ... favorite book is Wild at Heart ... favorite TV show is SportsCenter ... person in history he would most like to meet is Jesus ... greatest moment in sports was making a game-winning 3-pointer against a top-ranked team in high school ... credits his late grandfather, Walt Stone, with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 10.

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