Tyler Huebner
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    Tyler Huebner

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    San Antonio, Texas

    High School:
    Claudia Taylor Johnson

    Height:
    5-4

    Event:
    PH, SR, PB

    Club:
    Alamo

    02/18/2014

    Tyler Huebner Named Air Force Athlete of the Week

    Huebner set a program-record on the still rings during the Falcons' win over Army.

    JUNIOR YEAR | 2013: Competed on the still rings in every team competition...scored a career-best 15.350 to finish second against Temple...that mark is ranked eighth on the program's all-time list...won that event during both meets with Washington...scored a 14.550 during the meet in Seattle and added a 15.100 at the Academy...also reached the 15-point mark at Arizona State, scoring a 15.000 to tie for second...tied for sixth in the team finals of the USAG National Championships (14.400)...finished seventh at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships (14.700).

    SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2012: Participated on the still rings in every team competition...recorded a career-best 14.900 to finish fifth during the team finals of the USAG National Championships...that mark is ranked 17th on the program's all-time list...recorded another top-20 all-time score (14.800) at the Rocky Mountain Open...won the still rings at Arizona State with a mark of 14.500...earned a top-10 finish at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships (14.500).

    FRESHMAN YEAR | 2011: Competed on the still rings in every team competition...scored a career-best tally of 14.700 in the regular season finale against Washington...that score is one of the top-20 marks in Academy history (19th tie).

    HIGH SCHOOL | CLUB TEAM: Claudia Taylor Johnson High School...graduated Summa Cum Laude...competed at the club level for Alamo Gymnastics Center...coached by Yuegin Sun and Brandon Kays...served as team captain...placed eighth on the still rings at Nationals.

    PERSONAL: Full name is Phillip Tyler Huebner...goes by Tyler...son of Phil and Lori Huebner...has one younger brother, Tate...majoring in Foreign Area Studies...future plans include becoming an A-10 pilot...served as four degree coach...named to the Athletic Director's List for excellence in athletic performance...spent the summer completing Combat Survival Training, Global Engagement and the Space program...hobbies include rock climbing and mountain climbing...grandfather served in the military...favorite event is the still rings, because "that's where I excel"...member of Cadet Squadron 15.

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