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Air Force basketball suffers second 20-point loss to Nevada this season

Thu, Feb 11, 2016 - 8:18 AM 0

Some of the faces changed, but this result was awfully familiar. Air Force changed out 40 percent of its starting lineup since a 21-point...

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Colorado State edges Boise State after controversial call
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FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) — John Gillon scored 19 points, including six in the second overtime, and Colorado State beat Boise State 97-93 on Wednesday...

C.J. Siples scores 25 and an improved Air Force knocks off Boise State
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Sat, Feb 6, 2016

Growth generally occurs so gradually that it's impossible to see in real time.

But with C.J. Siples forcibly waving his hand, telling teammate...

Air Force basketball notes: Falcons get defensive
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Air Force gets defensive

Boise State's offensive output in its 61-53 loss at Air Force on Saturday matched its lowest in 11 conference games...

Air Force to wrestle No. 22 Stanford at local high school
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Fri, Feb 5, 2016

The Air Force wrestling team is taking Saturday's dual with No. 22 Stanford to Discovery Canyon High School.

The move came when Clune Arena...

Boise State's Duncan has a history of frustrating Air Force
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Fri, Feb 5, 2016

There are plenty of players in the Mountain West that simply look the part. When Wyoming's Josh Adams flies above the rim for a putback or Utah...

Pivotal three-week stretch for Air Force hockey starts against rival RIT
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Fri, Feb 5, 2016

The stakes continue to become bigger for the Falcons and with it the opportunity to surprise preseason prognosticators and coach Frank...

On-field success opens new football recruiting avenues for Air Force
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Thu, Feb 4, 2016

Some usual suspects generally emerge when looking at programs battling Air Force for football recruits.

The players the Falcons haul in...

Calhoun signs one-year extension as Air Force football coach
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Thu, Feb 4, 2016

Troy Calhoun’s contract was extended by a year through 2020, Air Force announced on Wednesday.

The football coach had signed a new five-year...

Air Force football notes: It's a strong receiver recruiting class
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Strong receiver class

Air Force continues to shed its reputation as a run-first, run-second offense, at least when it comes to recruiting...

List: 2016 Air Force Academy football recruiting class
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Air Force 2016 football recruiting class

Robert Ator DE 6-4 220 Little Rock, Ark. (Pulaski Academy) Ashton Barnes RB 5-9 177 Sugar Hill, Ga....

Air Force basketball notes: Widefield graduate Alan Herndon's big return
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Tue, Feb 2, 2016

Herndon's big return

Alan Herndon had a big cheering section and an even bigger start to his homecoming game.

The Widefield graduate,...

Air Force tastes victory for first time in a month by downing Wyoming
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Tue, Feb 2, 2016

Air Force opened the second half of its conference slate just as it did the first - with a victory.

And in the glow of this 72-60...

Mountain West notebook: Air Force unsure if Lyons will play
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Tue, Feb 2, 2016


The Falcons (10-12 overall, 1-8 Mountain West) still haven’t made a decision regarding the status of injured point guard Trevor...

Air Force hockey team extends unbeaten streak to seven games
By: - 0 Fri, Jan 29, 2016

Air Force's unbeaten streak reached seven games as the Falcons defeated Canisius, 3-2, Friday in Buffalo, N.Y.

Canisius, in sixth place in the...

Air Force senior goalie Chris Dylewski making his mark on ice and in community
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Jan 28, 2016

Air Force goalie Chris Dylewski says he has received far more from Colorado Springs and the academy than he has given.

He is being humble. The...

Air Force leaves New Mexico frustrated after another blowout loss
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Wed, Jan 27, 2016

ALBUQUERQUE - The final horn sounded and Hayden Graham, slouched back on his seat at the end of Air Force's bench, took a moment to rise to his...

Air Force basketball notes: Unwanted streaks continue
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Wed, Jan 27, 2016

Unwanted streaks continue

In losing 84-55 at New Mexico on Wednesday, Air Force extended its losing streak to seven in a row and has now...

Frank Toohey hustles his way into a larger role for Air Force
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Tue, Jan 26, 2016

Frank Toohey is smart enough to know his limitations, and he's driven enough to overcome them.

As a result, his role for Air Force's...

Air Force point guard Trevor Lyons playing through painful hand injury for now
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Mon, Jan 25, 2016

Air Force plans to keep riding Trevor Lyons and his hurt left hand for now but will keep monitoring the sophomore point guard.

The left-handed...

Air Force Falcons sweep Niagara after physical victory
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Sat, Jan 23, 2016

The development of Air Force's hockey team continued with a gritty home sweep of Niagara on Saturday night.

Sophomore forward Erik Baskin...

Air Force finally solves last-place Niagara's goaltender
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Fri, Jan 22, 2016

Air Force's strong defense and a timely power-play goal were enough to overcome a standout performance for Niagara goalie Jackson Teichroeb in a 3-0...

Pervis Louder continues his crescendo, even as Air Force struggles
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Fri, Jan 22, 2016

Pervis Louder had a name for his defensive miscues on Wednesday night.

"I had a couple of brain farts," the Air Force freshman said.


Air Force hockey gets defensive during playoff chase
By: Joe Paisley - 0 Thu, Jan 21, 2016

Air Force hockey will be relying on its defense as it looks to get back on track offensively against last-place Niagara and maintain its spot in the...

Air Force men's basketball falls short against Colorado State in emotional game
By: Brent Briggeman - 0 Thu, Jan 21, 2016

Air Force turned the ball over just one time in the second half. It came with 14.5 seconds left as it trailed by two points.

The point is not...

Ramsey: Sea of cadets nearly turn the tide for Air Force's struggling basketball team
By: David Ramsey - 0 Thu, Jan 21, 2016

A sea of loud, youthful Air Force officers-to-be chose to attend Wednesday night's game against Colorado State. I've never seen so many cadets in...