Zane Dydasco
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Zane  Dydasco

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Honolulu, HI

High School:
Kamehameha

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 160

Position:
Forward

Major:
Systems Engineering Management

11/11/2012

Falcons Claim MPSF Title With Shootout Win Over #9 New Mexico

Air Force earns league's automatic bid to NCAA Tournament

11/08/2012

Air Force Advances to MPSF Semis with 4-2 Win Over UNLV

Falcons tally four first half goals

11/07/2012

Doug Hill Named MPSF Coach of the Year

Five Falcons earn all-conference honors

11/01/2012

Falcons Close Out Regular Season at Denver on Saturday

A win secures No. 2 seed and first-round bye at MPSF Tourney

10/26/2012

Falcons Fall to UNLV, 3-2, in Overtime

Air Force falls out of first place in Mountain Division

09/20/2011

Air Force vs. Buffalo 9-18-11

AFA vs. Buffalo

11/03/2010

Air Force vs. New Mexico, 10/17/10

AFA Men's Soccer vs. UNM

11/03/2010

Air Force vs. Sacramento State, 10/24/10

AFA Men's Soccer vs. Sac State

10/17/2010

Air Force vs. UNLV, 10-15-10

AFA Men's Soccer vs. UNLV

10/06/2010

Air Force vs. Denver, 10/2/10

AFA Men's Soccer Team vs. Denver

2011 (Junior)
Appeared in 17 games, starting 10 ... recorded five points on two goals and one assist ... finished fourth on the team with 29 total shots and 13 on goal ... scored game-winning goal in the second overtime against Seattle University for a 2-1 victory ... also scored in 2-1 loss at home to New Mexico ... missed three games after suffering an injury in the season opener against Houston Baptist.

2010 (Sophomore)
Second-team all-MPSF selection ... one of only three Falcons to start all 19 games ... led the team and finished tied for sixth in the MPSF with five assists ... added three goals for a team-high 11 points ... four of his assists came on game-winning goals ... scored a goal and added an assist (on the GWG) in AFA's 3-2 upset victory at New Mexico ... also scored against Cal Poly and at the MPSF Tournament against Sacramento State.

2009 (Freshman)
Appeared in all 17 games, started 15 of them ... scored his first career goal two minutes into overtime to defeat service-academy rival Army ... finished the season with one goal and two assists, good for four points ... fourth on the team with 21 shots attempted.

Before Air Force
USAFA Prep School: Led the Prep School in scoring with 16 goals and four assists in 17 games during the 2008 season.

ODP: Member of the Olympic Development Region IV Team in 2003 and `04.

High School: Four-year letterwinner in soccer ... led team to two state championships ... first-team all-state selection as a senior ... named Gatorade Hawaii Player of the Year ... named Player of the Year by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin ... high school soccer coach was Andrew Ah New.

Personal
Parents are Jose and Misty Dydasco ... has two sisters, Caprice and True ... his sister Caprice plays soccer at UCLA ... worked the USAFA Sports Camps this past summer ... also worked Basic Cadet Training ... would like to attend pilot training and start a flight school in Hawaii following his time at the Academy ... active in his squadron as an athletic officer ... hobbies include ceramics and body surfing ... recruited by Seattle University ... favorite food is tossed salad ... favorite book is Moby Dick ... person in history he would most like to meet is King Kamehameha ... greatest moment in sports is scoring a last minute game-winning goal in the Hawaii state semifinals as a senior ... credits his father with the biggest influence on his sports career ... favorite professional soccer player is Lionel Messi ... member of cadet squadron 36.

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