Crampton first ever Falcon drafted by NLL, second Falcon ever drafted by professional organization
Seniors are first Air Force All-Americans since 1997
Crampton named team MVP
Eight Falcons honored by the league
Senior scored career-high eight goals in win over Mercer
The Falcons host the 12th-ranked Buckeyes in ECAC action on April 20.
Falcons visit Stags in an ECAC contest on April 13. (Photos by Doug Dreyer)
Falcons face Golden Eagles on March 2 at Falcon Stadium
The Falcons' fourth quarter rally fell short in a 12-10 loss to the Stags.
The Falcons rolled to a 20-4 victory over the Bears in a non-conference match-up.
One of four team captains for the 2014 season ... named a preseason honorable mention All-American by Inside Lacrosse's Face-Off Yearbook ... has scored at least one goal in 29 consecutive games ... his 79 career goals rank as the second-most by a Falcon in the modern era (since 1994) ...
2013: Played in all 14 games for the Falcons, starting 13 ... second-team All-ECAC selection on attack ... named team MVP ... team captain ... reached the 100-point mark for his career, the first Falcon since 2009 to reach the mark ... led Falcons with 53 points on the season, including a team-best 34 goals ... his 53 points were the most by a Falcon since Mike Murphy in 1994 ... his 34 goals were the most by an Air Force player since 1998 ... ended the year ranked 22nd in the nation in points per game (3.79) and 26th in goals per game (2.43) ... also ranked second on the team in assists with 19, while notching 29 ground balls and seven caused turnovers ... recorded a team-leading eight hat tricks on the season, with three goals in games versus Rutgers, Lehigh, Denver, Michigan, Mercer, Ohio State and Hobart ... matched a career high with four goals at High Point ... scored the game-winning goal at Michigan ... recorded 11 points (3g, 8a) in win at Mercer ... eight assists against the Bears were the most by a Falcon since 1990 ... earned ECAC Co-Offensive Player of the Week and Air Force Co-Athlete of the Week honors for his performance against Mercer.
2012: Played in and started all 13 games at attack ... finished the season with a team-leading 29 goals ... his 29 goals were the most for an Air Force player since 1998 ... ended the year ranked 23rd in the nation in goals per game (2.23) ... scored a team-leading five man-up goals ... also notched five assists, 30 ground balls and three caused turnovers on the season ... registered a team-best six hat tricks on the year, registering three goals against Rutgers, Robert Morris, Quinnipiac, Loyola and Hobart ... scored a career-best four goals versus Mercer ... named the Air Force Athlete of the Week on April 30 after notching three goals in Falcons' season finale at Hobart.
2011: Played in and started all 13 games for the Falcons ... finished second on the team in goals scored (16) and third in points (24) ... also picked up 30 ground balls and registered six caused turnovers ... tallied a pair of hat tricks on the season, scoring three goals in wins over Manhattan and Loyola, while adding an assist in both games ... his three goals against 17th-ranked Loyola led the Falcons in their 8-6 upset victory ... named ECAC Rookie of the Week and Air Force Athlete of the Week for his performance against the Greyhounds ... registered a career-high eight ground balls versus Jacksonville.
High School: Lettered two years in lacrosse for coach Kevin Kelly ... won New Jersey Group 1 state championship, as well as Morris County Championship ... also lettered four years in hockey ... won state championship ... championship MVP ... named a Morris County Scholar-Athlete.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 29 ... son of Pete and Karen Crampton ... has two siblings.