Backed by a victory from Brett Hagen, the Air Force boxing team kicked off its season on Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Carson Valley Invitational in Nevada. Hagen, who earned Boxer of the Night honors, was one of four Falcons to compete in the NCBA event.
A new era of Air Force boxing gets underway this weekend, as the Falcons kick off the 2014-15 season in Minden, Nev. Under the direction of interim head coach Lt Col Matt Glover, Air Force will compete in 12 regular-season competitions, including multiple contests with its service academy counterparts, as it prepares for the annual...
Eddie Weichers, head coach of the Air Force boxing team for the past 38 years, will retire from the Academy on September 5. Weichers, who has also served as an instructor within the Physical Education department, has transformed the boxing program into powerhouse within a National Collegiate Boxing Association.
Senior Stephen Bittner and sophomore Jacob Berggren captured NCBA championship titles on Saturday, April 5, as the Air Force boxing team earned a second-place finish in the team standings at the 39th National Collegiate Boxing Association Championships.
Four members of the Air Force boxing team picked up semifinal victories on Friday, April 4, as the Falcons continued action at the 2014 National Collegiate Boxing Association (NCBA) Championships in West Point, N.Y. Air Force accounted for a 4-5 record during the second night of national competition.