Ben Worker

Ben  Worker


Thief River Falls, Minn.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165



Last Team:
Lincoln H.S.


Falcons open the season with exhibition game vs. McGill, Oct. 6

Air Force opens the regular season, Oct. 10-11,

2005-06 (Junior)
Academic All-CHA selection ... Saw the first action of his career in the win over Union in the second game of the season ... Came on for Ian Harper ... Played the final 6:57 of the game and allowed one goal while making one save in the 9-2 Air Force win, Oct. 8 ... Played the final 10 seconds of the game against Bemidji State, Jan. 20, in relief of Harper.
2004-05 (Sophomore)
Academic All-CHA selection ... On the team all season as the No. 3 goalie, but did not see any game action.
2003-04 (Freshman)
On the team all season as the No. 3 goalie, but did not see any game action.
Before Air Force
Lettered three years in hockey and baseball and one in football at Lincoln High School ... First-team all-conference and all-section in hockey as a junior and senior ... First-team all-conference in baseball ... Member of the National Honor Society and Phi Theta Kappa ... High school hockey coach was Scott Bergland.
Member of Cadet Squadron 11, the Rebeleven ... Parents are Warren and Harriet Worker ... Brother, Dewey, graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in the class of 2005 ... Future goal is to be a pilot ... Hobbies are fishing and all outdoor sports ... Favorite food is Lucky Charms ... Favorite book is The Hunt for Red October ... Favorite TV show is The Simpsons ... Favorite class is physics ... Favorite musical group is The Eagles ... Person in history he would like to meet is Ben Franklin ... Credits his brother, Dewey, for having the greatest influence on his sports career ... Greatest moment in sports was playing in the Minnesota Section 8 Championship Game ... Favorite sport other than hockey is baseball ... Favorite NHL team is the Minnesota Wild ... Favorite player is Devils goalie Martin Brodeur ... What he likes best about the AFA coaching staff is "they will do everything in their power to help you succeed on and off the ice."
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