Action photos from the USAG Team Finals at the Academy on April 9.
Action photos from the MPSF Championships at the Academy on March 19.
Action photos from the Falcons dual meet with Easterm Michigan on March 2.
Action photos from Air Force's home match with Bridgeport on Saturday, Feb. 12.
Action photos from the Falcons' season-opening meet at No. 13 Denver on Jan. 8.
JUNIOR (2010): Mountain Pacific Sports Federation all-conference selection on the balance beam...competed on the balance beam at the NCAA Regional Championships in Salt Lake City...competed on the balance beam and floor exercise in all 12 meets...also participated on the vault in 11 competitions...set a pair of career-best marks in the regular season finale against Denver to help the Falcons to their highest team total in six years...tallied a 9.550 on the vault and a 9.675 on the floor exercise at that meet...recorded a career-best beam score of 9.725 on two occasions...first tallied that mark at the Texas Woman's University Quad...matched that score at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships to place 10th...finished third on the floor exercise (9.300) during the Falcons' win over Alaska-Anchorage at the Academy...received the team's Warrior Award for the second straight year...MPSF all-academic team honoree...USAG Scholar-Athlete.
SOPHOMORE (2009): Competed in every meet for the Falcons, including six as an all-around competitor...tallied a career-best 37.850 in the all-around at Centenary...also recorded personal-best marks on the uneven bars (9.400) and balance beam (9.650) at that meet...finished second on the beam at Centenary...matched the beam score again at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships...tallied a second-best floor exercise score of 9.600 at that meet...placed fifth on the floor exercise at the Air Force Triangular to help Air Force to four of the top five places...improved career mark on the vault to 9.550 at the Pittsburgh Quadrangular...received the team's Warrior Award...MPSF all-academic team selection.
FRESHMAN (2008): Competed in every team competition...participated as an all-around competitor in eight meets...set career-best marks in the uneven bars (9.325) and all-around (37.500) at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships...tallied personal-best marks on the vault (9.475) and balance beam (9.600) one week earlier against Denver...scored a season-best 9.675 on the floor exercise during first road competition to Texas Woman's University...earned the team's "Most Consistent Performer" award.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB TEAM: Montgomery Blair High School...named team MVP...also received the Coaches' Award...named Scholar-Athlete...member of the National Honor Society...competed at Fairland Gymnastics...coached by Ping Wang...Maryland state all-around champion at the 2005 Level 9 Championships...won the balance beam at the Level 9 Region VII Championships...finished second in the all-around at the Level 9 Eastern Championships...placed fifth on the balance beam at the Level 10 Region VII Championships in 2006.
PERSONAL: Full name is Lisa Yun-Chun Wong...daughter of Daniel and Audrey Wong...nicknames are "Delicious", "Ling Lang", "Li Li", "Tinkerbelle" and "Sunshine"...has one older brother, Vincent (26)...majoring in management...earning a minor in Chinese...future plans include becoming a pilot...spent the 2010 fall semester as Assistant Flight Commander and on the Inspection Team...served as the Summer Wing Director of Stan/Eval over the summer...also served as the Hellcats Squadron Safety/Medical NCO during the second session of Basic Cadet Training...selected to the Superintendent's List, for excellence in military, academic and athletic performance in four of six semesters...received jump wings in the summer of 2008...hobbies include relaxing, being with friends, going to the beach, relaxing, traveling and having a good time with good company...spent four weeks over the summer on a language program to China...member of Cadet Squadron 08.