Falcons take on Toledo on Dec. 28 in Washington D.C. Game to be televised by ESPN.
Falcons looking to get bowl-eligible with win.
Falcons to honor 28 seniors prior to kickoff.
Kickoff set for Noon
2009 (Junior) - Played in the first five games, starting all five ... missed the last eight games of the season due to multiple injuries ... had 24 total tackles, including five unassisted ... had .5 tackles for loss ... season-best eight tackles at New Mexico ... five tackles vs. Nicholls State and four vs. San Diego State ... missed all of spring drills due to injury.
2008 (Sophomore) - Started every game at inside linebacker ... led the Falcons, ranked third in the conference and 29th nationally in tackles with a 9.1 per-game average ... had 71 assisted tackles which ranked second in the conference ... recorded 118 total tackles, including 47 unassisted ... became just the second sophomore with 100 or more tackles in a season since All-American Anthony Schlegel had 118 in 2002 (teammate Chris Thomas had 110 in 2007) ... just the sixth sophomore ever at the Academy with 100 or more tackles in a season ... after recording just one tackle in his first career start in the Southern Utah game, he had four straight games of 10 or more tackles ... had 11 tackles at Wyoming, then added 12 tackles vs. Houston and Utah and a career-best 14 vs. Navy ... his four-game streak of double-figure tackle games is the best since All-American Chris Gizzi set the school record with 12 in 1997 ... added his fifth game with 10 or more with a team-high 13 at Army ... added a team-best 10 tackles vs. Colorado State and a game-high 11 at TCU to give him seven double-figure tackle games on the year which tied for first in the conference ... was an honorable mention all-conference selection ... named second-team all-Colorado by the National Football Foundation's Colorado Chapter.
2007 (Freshman) - Played in four games ... saw action against South Carolina State, Colorado State, New Mexico and San Diego State ... recorded two total tackles, both unassisted ... tackles came vs. South Carolina State and Colorado State.
High School - Lettered three years in football and two years in track ... first-team all-region ... high school football coach was John Gibbons.
Personal - Son of Jerry and Karen Lamendola ... has three siblings, Justin, Nicole and Courtney ... member of cadet squadron 27 ... major is management ... on the commandant's list four times for military excellence ... this past summer, worked Summer Seminar and also took an astronautical engineering class ... is the safety officer in his squadron ... favorite meal is steak and lobster ... listens to rap and rock before games ... famous person he would like to meet is Michael Jordan ... favorite NFL team is the Cleveland Browns ... wears the No. 47 because it was the college number worn by former Ohio State All-American and current Green Bay Packer linebacker A.J. Hawk ... would like attend graduate school after graduation.
Lamendola Career Statistics