Josh Rhynard
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    Josh Rhynard

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Helena, MT

    High School:
    Helena

    Height / Weight:
    5-8 / 160

    Position:
    F

    2008 (Junior)

    Appeared in all 18 games, started 13 of them ... tallied one assist during the campaign, on the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Army ... finished third on the team with 14 total shots ... had four shots on goal.

    2007 (Sophomore)

    Appeared in all 18 games, starting 11 of them ... notched the team's first goal of the season against UMBC ... it was his only score of the campaign ... finished second on the team with three assists, including two on game-winners ... 11 of his 13 total shots were on goal for a team-high 84.6 shot-on-goal percentage ... team's top career scorer with 16 points (6g, 4a).

    2006 (Freshman)

    Appeared in all 18 games, starting 15 of them ... led the team in scoring with 11 points, including a team-high five goals and one assist ... tied for ninth in the MPSF for points and finished sixth in goals per game (0.28) ... named to all-MPSF third-team ... most points by a freshman in one season since Josh Sanders had 11 in 2004 ... scored a goal in each of the first three games ... scored AFA's first goal of the season and the last goal of the season ... notched overtime game-winner in season finale at UNLV ... attempted 17 shots with 11 on goal.

    Before Air Force

    Four-year letterwinner in soccer and hockey ... helped team to back-to-back state championships ... first-team all-state selection for soccer as a senior ... twice voted best offensive player by leading team in goals and assists ... all-conference selection as a junior ... led his hockey team in scoring as a sophomore ... member of National Honor Society ... four-year member of academic all-state team ... high school soccer coach was Carl Straub.

    Personal

    Parents are Wayne and Alida Rhynard ... has one sister, Lindsey (29) and one brother, Sean (26) ... his father is a 1966 graduate of the Air Force Academy ... his grandfather graduated from West Point in 1941 ... his brother played soccer at Loyola Marymount ... majoring in systems engineering management ... worked the USAFA Sports Camps this past summer ... also flew the DA-40 aircraft during Power Flight ... active in his squadron as the Standard/Evaluation Officer, in charge of inspections and appearance ... interested in flying fighters or work in aerospace ... also recruited by Fort Lewis College and UC San Diego ... hobbies include playing snowboarding, tennis and skiing ... favorite food is anything Italian ... favorite TV show is Entourage ... favorite book is Helter Skelter ... favorite musical group is The Goo Goo Dolls ... credits his brother with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 3.

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