Drew Pineda, Dan Starr, Casey Habluetzel and Olawale Lawal claimed individual titles.
Photos from March 1, 2012.
2011: NCBA All-American at 139 pounds...finished second at the NCBA National Championships...NCAA regional champion...Wing Open champion at 139 pounds...earned the team's Boxer of the Week award following the NCBA West Region Championships...collected one of three victories for the Falcons at Army...posted a 10-2 record...2010: Wing Open finalist at 139 pounds...finished the season with a 2-2 record...both wins were by referee stopped contests in the third round...earned the team's Boxer of the Week award following a victory at the 155-pound weight class during the Jan. 15 round of Friday Night Fights...claimed a NCBA victory over Lock Haven's Jaytron Charles at 140 pounds during the Washington Invitational...2009: Wing Open champion at 139 pounds...one of seven freshmen to compete in the Wing Open finals...did not compete at the regional or national meets...posted a 4-1 record on the season...went 4-0 against fellow cadets...first win came during the Nov. 14 round of Friday Night Fights.
HIGH SCHOOL: Oak Ridge Military Academy (North Carolina)...member of the varsity soccer team...two-time team captain...also played varsity lacrosse and was a member of the varsity swimming team...earned the U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award...member of the National Honor Society...named a North Caroline Academic Scholar.
PERSONAL: Full name is Daniel Lee Christion Starr...goes by Dan...son of Lee and Andrea Starr...father is a retired Marine CW03...is an only child and "yes, I am a momma's boy"...nickname is "Sonshine"...majoring in management...future plans include attending pilot training...served as Honor Officer...has also served as Summer Seminar Superintendent and Operation NCO...attended the Academy's Prep School...hobbies include working out, yoga, golfing, shooting, reading, sleeping and eating...also enjoys having a good time, meeting people and travelling...has been to Brazil, Mexico, Guatemala, Jamaica, Japan, South Korea and the Bahamas...spent the summer completing powered flight and "got some serious stick time flying a couple of `high vis' sorties and what not"...member of Cadet Squadron 32.