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: One of two players to start every game for the Falcons ... finished the year with 14 goals and nine assists ... also registered 15 steals.
2010: Earned a varsity letter, playing in every game for the Falcons ... scored 13 goals and five assists on the season ... also recorded eight steals and five drawn ejections.
2009: Earned a varsity letter ... recorded three goals and one assist on the season ... also notched 1.5 steals.
High School: Three-year letterwinner in water polo ... team captain and MVP during senior season ... registered 115 goals, 45 assists, 60 steals and 29 drawn ejections in senior campaign ... two-time All-CIF selection ... two-time first-team All-Citrus Belt League ...offensive player of the year as a junior ... named most improved in sophomore season ... also lettered two years in swimming ... five-time Scholar-Athlete ... NCAS National Student-Athlete ... USA Water Polo Academic All-American in 2008 ... named to Principal's Honor Roll every semester ... member of National Honor Society ... AP Scholar.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 5 ... son of Darryl and Patty Womack ... uncle, Greg Womack, was a 1982 graduate of the Academy ... younger brother, Kevin, is a freshman on this year's squad ... majoring in aeronautical engineering ... plans to become a pilot following graduation ... hobbies include playing guitar and tinkering ... hero is his grandfather, Paul Womack ... favorite food is his mom's blueberry pancakes ... favorite music is classic rock ... favorite quote: "Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." -Aristotle.