Nathan Holloway
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    Nathan Holloway

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Broomfield, Colo.

    High School:
    Broomfield

    Height / Weight:
    5-10 / 170

    Position:
    D/F

    Birthdate:
    09/29/1984

    2005 (Junior)
    Appeared in the first four games of the season before suffering a season-ending knee injury against Florida Atlantic ... had one shot on goal.

    2004 (Sophomore)
    Did not appear in any varsity games.

    2003 (Freshman)
    Appeared in three games with the varsity ... played mostly on the junior varsity team.

    Before Air Force
    Four-year letterwinner in soccer and track ... first-team all-conference and all-state in soccer as a senior ... led team to two state championships ... assisted on game-winner in state title game as a senior ... two-time state qualifier in track ... second-team all-state as a junior ... helped BHS' 4x200 relay team to a second-place finish at 2002 state track meet ... 4x400 team placed fifth ... member of National Honor Society ... earned spot on honor roll for seven semesters ... high school soccer coach was Jim Davidson.

    Personal
    Born Sept. 29, 1984 ... parents are Richard and Renee Holloway ... has one brother, David (18) ... would like to become a doctor or surgeon following his time at the Academy ... completed a Cadet Summer Research Program at Brooks AFB, Texas, this past summer ... was also a logistics officer for Basic Cadet Training ... majoring in biochemistry ... has been a soccer referee since 1998 ... active in his squadron as the flight commander ... hobbies include reading adventure novels and working on cars ... favorite musical group in Linkin Park ... favorite TV show is Lost ... favorite book is The Giver ... favorite movie is Man on Fire ... greatest moment in sports was assisting on the game-winning goal in the Colorado State Championship game as a senior in high school ... the person in history he would most like to meet is Winston Churchill ... credits his parents with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 30.

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