Scott Stucky
    Scott Stucky


    Dublin, OH

    High School:
    Dublin Coffman

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 180


    Systems Engineering Management


    Taylor Stewart Earns Top Honor at Men's Basketball Banquet

    Senior wins coveted Bob Spear Award


    Air Force Drops Regular-Season Finale to Colorado State, 75-65

    Michael Lyons scores 18 points to lead the Falcons


    Falcons Host Colorado State in Regular Season Finale

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


    Falcons Battle New Mexico in Albuquerque on Wednesday

    AFA looks to snap two-game skid


    Air Force at No. 21 UNLV - Feb. 25, 2012

    Air Force at No. 21 UNLV - Feb. 25, 2012


    Air Force vs. Florida A&M 1/2/11

    AFA MBB vs. Florida A&M

    2010-11 (Junior)
    Appeared in two games, at Wright State and vs. Florida A&M ... scored career-high four points in two minutes at Wright State ... played career-high nine minutes vs. Florida A&M.
    2009-10 (Sophomore)
    Did not play a varsity game after tearing same ACL during the summer.
    2008-09 (Freshman)
    Did not play a varsity game after suffering a torn ACL during the preseason.
    Before Air Force
    Four-year letterwinner in basketball ... also lettered three years in football ... three-time all-conference and all-district selection in basketball and football ... holds Dublin Coffman school record for career three-point percentage at 46 percent ... also No. 2 on the school's career scoring list ... holds school record for most career interceptions and most interceptions in one game ... high school basketball coach was Jamey Collins.
    Parents are Jedd and Cindy Stucky ... has one brother, Danny (19) ... worked the USAFA Sports Camps last summer ... also worked at the command center as a controller ... active in his squadron as a security officer ... hobbies include fantasy football and Ohio State athletics ... favorite food is spaghetti ... favorite movie is Rudy ... favorite TV show is SportsCenter ... favorite book is Lone Survivor ... greatest moment in sports was appearing in his first career game last season at Wright State, near his hometown ... credits his family with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 37.
    Inside Men's Basketball