Junior Max Reilly is a two-time honoree
The Falcons take on top-ranked USC in the opening round of the National Collegiate Men's Water Polo Championship.
The Falcons face St. Francis Brooklyn in the third-place game of the National Collegiate Men's Water Polo Championship.
The Falcons earn a 19-12 victory over the Sunbirds on the final day of the Air Force Tournament.
The Falcons earn a 15-11 conference victory over the Aggies.
In their home opener, the Falcons cruises to a 14-9 conference victory over the Broncos.
2011: Started in 27 of 28 games for the Falcons ... ranked third on the team with 39 goals, while adding four assists ... also recorded seven steals.
2010: Earned a varsity letter ... notched two goals on the season ... also recorded a drawn ejection.
High School: Lettered four years in water polo ... team captain as a senior ... scored 82 goals, 34 steals and 32 drawn ejections in 24 games ... third-team All-American as a junior and a second-team All-America selection in senior season ... two-time first-team all-state honoree ... team won state championship in 2008 and finished third in 2009 ... chosen for the National Zones Northeast Division in 2008 and 2009 ... runner-up state freshman of the year in 2006, despite missing two-thirds of the season with a broken hand ... named to all-freshman team ... Academic All-American ... also lettered four years in swimming ... named to National Honor Society.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 40 ... son of Doug and Jana Hamilton ... majoring in biology (pre-med) ... would like a career in dentistry ... hobbies include eating, sleeping, video games, snowboarding and skateboarding ... hero is Jesus Christ ... favorite food is Chinese ... favorite music is Angels & Airwaves, Dan Black, Incubus and Dispatch.