Aug. 24, 2009
USAF ACADEMY, Colo. - The Air Force women's gymnastics team and head coach Doug Day released the 2010 schedule this afternoon (Aug. 24). Over the four-month season, the Falcons will compete in six meets within the state of Colorado, including four at the Academy's Cadet West Gym.
Air Force will open the 2010 season with three consecutive road meets, beginning with a Jan. 8 meet at Oregon State. The Falcons will then travel to Denver, Colo., on Jan. 16, for the first of three meets with the Pioneers this season. Air Force will wrap up the season-opening road trip in Normal, Ill., on Jan. 24, when it faces Illinois State, Western Michigan and Wisconsin-La Crosse.
The Falcons will make their home debut on Jan. 27, when they host Alaska-Anchorage for the first of four competitions against their conference foe. Air Force remains at home, hosting fellow MPSF opponent UC Davis on Jan. 30. Air Force will then travel to Denton, Texas - site of the 2009 USAG Championships - on Feb. 7, for a regular season triangular meet with Texas Woman's University and Northern Illinois.
Air Force returns to the Academy on Feb. 20, for a triangular meet with Southeast Missouri State and conference opponent, Seattle-Pacific. The Falcons will then head up Interstate-25 on Feb. 22 for another meet with Denver, before jetting to Anchorage, Alaska, for a pair of dual-meets with the Seawolves (March 12, March 14).
The Falcons close out the 2010 regular season on March 22, hosting Denver.
Post-season competition begins for the Falcons on March 26, as they travel to Seattle, Wash., for the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships. The NCAA Regional Championships are slated April 10 in Salt Lake City, Utah, while the USA Gymnastics Collegiate Championships will be April 15-17 in Denton, Texas.