2009 (Junior) - Played in six games, starting twice ... starts came against Army and in the bowl game vs. Houston ... missed the first six games of the season recovering from injury ... returned to the lineup vs. Wyoming ... matched his career high with three catches at Utah, good for 54 yards ... rushed for 22 yards and a touchdown and caught an eight-yard touchdown pass at Colorado State ... missed the BYU game with an injured knee, but returned to action in the bowl game ... has a career rushing average of 8.6 and reception average of 20.5 entering the 2010 season.
2008 (Sophomore) - Played in all 13 games, starting the first four ... finished fifth on the team in rushing with 350 yards ... averaged a team-best 9.7 yards per carry ... third on the team in receiving with 12 catches for team highs of 266 yards and three touchdowns ... averaged a team-best 22.2 yards per catch ... rushed for 87 yards on six carries in the season-opening win over Southern Utah and scored on a 48-yard dash ... led the Falcons with 85 yards on three carries at Wyoming and broke open the game in the third quarter with a 74-yard run to set up a touchdown to give Air Force a 13-3 lead ... the 74-yard run was the longest by a Falcon since Blane Morgan went 80 yards vs. New Mexico in 1998 ... recorded his first-career catch which was good for a 19-yard touchdown vs. Navy ... finished the day tied for the team lead in receptions with three for a team-best 62 yards and his first-career touchdown receiving ... rushed once for 14 yards at UNLV and hauled in a 44-yard touchdown pass ... two catches for a career-best 99 yards to lead Air Force vs. Colorado State ... hauled in a 74-yard touchdown pass which was the longest play for the Falcons in 2008 ... one carry for 46 yards to set up a touchdown vs. BYU ... led the team with three catches for 17 yards vs. BYU.
2007 (Freshman) - Moved up from junior varsity to the varsity traveling squad midway through the season ... was No. 3 at the wide receiver position ... played in three games, Army, San Diego State and Wyoming.
High School - Lettered one year in football, three in basketball and two in track ... first-team all-state, all-region, all-district, and all-greater Houston, second-team all-state academics and Nati Valdez award winner for most outstanding receiver as a senior ... two-time academic all-district selection in basketball ... National Honor Society member ... high school football coach was Don Clayton.
Personal - Member of cadet squadron 23 ... has two older sisters, Jennifer Werner and Kimberly Batson ... favorite TV show is Family Guy ... best personal sports moment is catching two 99-yard touchdown ... favorite athlete is Chad Johnson ... credits his father as having the biggest influence on his sports career ... son of Ed and Janet Halderman.
Halderman Career Receiving Statistics
Halderman Career Rushing Statistics