Isaac Jimenez

Isaac  Jimenez


El Paso, TX

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Career Highlights
Second-place at the Cowboy Open (elite) (2016-17)
NCWA National Champion (2014-15)

Sophomore | 2016-17: Recorded a 2-1 record on the season … second-place at the Cowboy Open (elite) … was unable to compete for the majority of the season … will serve as an honor NCO as a junior … completed Operations Air Force at Nellis AFB, Nev.

Freshman | 2015-16: Finished the season with an overall record 4-4 and 2-2 in dual meets … earned seven dual points for the Falcons … earned three major decisions on the season … tied for fourth on the team in most major decisions … awarded the A-10 Warthog Award … completed parachutist training over the summer … completed Expeditionary Survival and Escape Training over the third block of summer … will serve as the squadron security clerk as a sophomore.

USAFA Prep: Attended the Air Force prep school where he won the NCWA championships … received the academic rope for three quarters and the athletic rope for having a PFT score over 450, all four semester.

High School: Earned three letters in wrestling … wrestled for coach Aldo Mesa at Coronado HS … runner up at the ASICS cadet nationals as a freshman in Greco Roman wrestling and fifth in the same tournament in freestyle wrestling … as a junior he earned fourth in the Greco Roman wrestling and sixth in the freestyle at the ASICS junior nationals … fourth as a sophomore at the Texas HS state championships … first as a senior at Texas HS state championships.

Personal: Member of cadet squadron 1 … son of Demetrio and Leticia Jimenez with a younger brother … majoring in civil engineering … plans to serve as a civil engineer in the Air Force … credits his father with the greatest influence on his athletic career through his influence of hard work and sacrifice … chose to come to the Academy because he is accustomed to taking the harder paths in life and knew the Academy would be both challenging and rewarding … favorite quote, “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that frightens us the most.”

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