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1 U.S. Air Force Academy Men s Swimming & Diving Media Guide The Air Force men s and women s swimming and diving media guide is produced as a source of information for the media. Other materials may be obtained by contacting the athletic media relations office: Air Force Athletic Media Relations 2168 Field House Dr. USAF Academy, CO Phone: Fax: Working Press Credentials Press and Photograph credentials are issued to members of the working media only. These credentials may be obtained by contacting the athletic media relations office. Upon acceptance of applications, appropriate passes can be picked up at the Athletic Media Relations office. Press Parking There is no press parking available. The earlier you arrive, the better parking you ll find. Air Force Practices All Air Force practices both home and on the road are open to the media. Media members wishing to film practice must make arrangements with the athletic media relations office to attend practice. A representative from the athletic media relations office must accompany you. Post-Meet Procedures Head swim coach Rob Clayton and head diving coach Stan Curnow will be available 10 minutes following the end of the meet on the pool deck. Swimmers and divers will be available immediately after. The Air Force locker room and training room are closed to all media. Final statistics are available following the meet upon request. In-Season Interviews All Air Force players and coaches are available for interviews with the following guidelines. All interviews must be made through the athletic media relations office at or All interview requests must be made at least one day in advance so that the player or coach can be properly notified. Quick Facts General Information Location Field House Drive USAF Academy, CO Colors Blue & Silver Nickname Falcons Enrollment ,000 Founded Affiliation NCAA Div. I Conference Mountain West Home Pool The Cadet Natatorium Superintendent Lt. Gen. John Regni Athletic Director Dr. Hans Mueh Vice A.D Brad DeAustin Coaching Staff Head Coach Rob Clayton Alma Mater/Year Wyoming/1991 Phone Career/School Record /Same Assoc. Head Coach K.C. Converse Head Diving Coach Stan Curnow Team Information Dual Record Conference Record Conference Meet rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost /5 Newcomers Media Relations Asst. A.D./Media Relations.... Troy Garnhart Swimming Contact Nick Arseniak Office Phone Fax Mailing Address.... Athletic Media Relations Field House Drive USAF Academy, CO Web Site Table Of Contents Schedule IFC Table of Contents/Quick Facts/Media Info... 1 The Staff Head Coach Rob Clayton Diving Coach Stan Curnow Academic Support Staff Meet The Falcons Roster Season Outlook Cadet Athlete Bios History Season Recap Swimming History Diving History Air Force Records Service Academy Records Letterwinners Where Are They Now The Academy The Academy Experience Senior Leadership Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving - 1 -

2 Rob Clayton Head coach Rob Clayton enters his ninth season as the Academy's head men's swimming coach. After eight years, his enthusiasm for the Academy and Falcon swimming hasn't diminished a bit. "I love coaching at the Air Force Academy. It is the perfect school for the young man who is serious about pursuing excellence in school, swimming and life. I'm thrilled to wake up and go to work in the morning," said Clayton. Clayton has led the Falcons to a overall dual record and six top-three finishes in the MWC. After a sixth-place league finish his first season, Clayton led the Falcons to third-place finishes in 2000, 2001 and In 2003, 2004 and 2006, the Falcons finished second at the MWC Championships. At USAFA, Clayton has coached men to 16 individual conference championships and two relay conference championships. Three of his swimmers competed in the Olympic Trials. In addition to the team's success in the pool, Clayton has coached 56 academic all-conference swimmers and five academic All-Americans. He expects excellence in the classroom as well as the pool. "The Academy is the number one undergraduate school in the country," the coach said. "The men come here primarily to get the best education possible and to prepare for a fabulous career in the The Clayton Family Air Force and beyond. While we desire success in the pool, we insist on success in the classroom." Not surprisingly, the Falcon swimmers and divers were the recipients of the Academy's Team Excellence Award for the school year. Clayton is a 1991 graduate of Wyoming where he earned a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering. While at Wyoming, Clayton was one of the premier swimmers in the Western Athletic Conference. A four-year letterman, Clayton swam in the NCAA Championships in the 200 freestyle, 200 IM and 400 IM. He stole the show at the 1991 conference championships, winning the 200 and 400 individual medley, becoming only the second Cowboy to ever win an IM conference title. His time in the 400 IM set a conference championship record. Clayton excelled outside the pool as well. His 3.75 grade point average in chemical engineering helped earn him Academic All-American honors. He received the WAC's Stan Bates Award in 1991, as the league's most outstanding student-athlete. The Bates Award is the most prestigious award an athlete in the conference can win. Following college, Clayton served as an age group coach for the Fort Collins Area Swim Team (FAST). In the fall of 1991, he began a six-year stint as the men's assistant coach at Brigham Young University. While at BYU, Clayton was instrumental in building one of the most successful swimming programs in the region. The Cougars won the 1996 WAC title, their first since During Clayton's tenure in Provo, BYU never finished below third at the WAC Championships. Clayton helped coach 11 individual WAC champions and several WAC champion relay teams at BYU. Additionally, he coached an NCAA finalist and an athlete to a spot on the U.S. National team in the summer of He was very active in USA Swimming during his time in Utah, serving as a senior coach with Hilltop Aquatic Swim Team in American Fork, Utah. Clayton came to the Academy in 1997 and made an immediate impact on the program. He worked with women's coach Casey Converse to coach the Academy's first woman to qualify for the NCAA Division I Championships. Clayton then took over the reins of the men's program for the season. In addition to his coaching duties, Clayton also instructs cadets in swimming and water survival classes. He was recognized for his teaching accomplishments by being named the Department of Athletics Civilian Instructor of the Year. Clayton comments on his teaching The Clayton File Full Name: Robert Clayton III Hometown: Fort Collins, Colo. High School: Rocky Mountain, four-year letterman in swimming. College: Wyoming, 1991 graduate with a bachelor s in chemical engineering with a 3.75 GPA. Academic All-American, individual conference champion and winner of the 1991 Stan Bates Award as the league s most outstanding student-athlete. Inside the Numbers with Clayton Year W L T Pct. Finish th rd rd rd nd nd th rd totals duties, "I enjoy teaching aquatics classes. It provides me with the opportunity to interact with the rest of the cadets at the Air Force Academy." Originally from Fort Collins, Colo., Clayton was a standout swimmer at Rocky Mountain High School where he was a four-year letterman. The 36- year-old Clayton is married to the former Kelly Costigan, a 1992 graduate of the Academy who competed for the women's tennis team. They have two sons, Robert and Daniel, and two daughters, Noel and recently born Anna. The Claytons are very active in their church, International Anglican Church, and live in Monument with their dog, Aspen Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

3 Stan Curnow Head Diving Coach 14th year Brigham Young Stan Curnow begins his 14th year with the Falcons as head diving coach, the second-longest tenure in Academy history for a diving coach. During his first 13 years, Curnow has continued Air Force s proud tradition in diving. Three women have earned first-team All-American honors at the Division II level while the men annually place among the conference s elite. Outside of the pool, Curnow has been an asset to the Academy as well, being named the 1998 athletic department Instructor of the Year. Curnow came to Air Force from Brigham Young, where he coached for 14 years. His record there was impeccable, including 26 conference titles, 17 All-Americans and two NCAA Division I champions. A native of Denver, Colo., Curnow was named a high school All-American in diving and was a champion performer on the trampoline. He attended BYU and graduated in 1977 with a degree in physical education. He completed his master s degree in the same field in As a competitor at The Curnow family BYU, Curnow was the Western Athletic Conference diving champion three out of four years and earned All-American honors in 1972 and He was also a finalist in the 1972 Olympic Trials. Curnow, named the Mountain West Conference s diving coach of the year in 2001, 2002 and 2006, is currently a member of the NCAA Diving Rules Committee. Academic Support Assisting the Air Force swimming & diving teams are the officer representatives. The O.R. s, as they are known to the cadets, assist the Falcons in all phases of academics. The O.R. s moniter the academic progress of the swimmers and divers. In addition to providing support at the Academy, the officer representatives travel with the team, providing academic monitoring/counseling, tutoring, logistic support and serving as military role models. From Left To Right: Capt. Laura Goodwin, Capt. Krista Marchand, Dr. Kurt Herzinger and Capt. Derek Tharaldson. Did You Know? Undergraduate education at the Academy is second to none in the World! Regularly ranked among the top schools by US News and World Report and the Princeton Review Class sizes typically students per class 33 Rhode Scholars, 10 of them varsity athletes Over 30 majors to choose from Air Force Academy swimmers & divers earned academic All-America ratings year after year Air Force Academy swimmers have been named Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year two of the last four years. 24 Air Force swimmers & divers were named to the MWC academic all-conference team in Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving - 3 -

4 United States Air Force Academy Men s Swimming and Diving Roster Name Events Height Class Hometown (High School) David Arlington Diving 5-9 Fr. Eagle River, AK (Pacific Northern Academy) Bryan Avery Free 6-1 So. Mililani, HI (Mililani) Andrew Bergman Breast 5-11 Sr. Lynden, WA (Lynden Christian) Nick Burton Fly/Breast/IM 6-2 Sr. Vallejo, CA (Armijo) Spencer Butt Breast 5-10 So. Sterling, VA (Potomac Falls) Trebor Cowling Free 6-1 Jr. Newport News, VA (Menchville) Justin Day Breast 6-1 So. Peyton, CO (Home school) Nick Dixon Fly/IM 5-10 So. Canton, MI (Plymouth-Salem) Greg Edmonds Breast 5-9 Fr. Fairfax Station, VA (Hayfield Secondary School) Paul Gannett Fly 6-0 Fr. Bowie, MD (Reformation Christian School) Nathan Glandon Diving 5-10 Jr. Abiline, TX (Cooper) Stephen Grace Free 6-0 Fr. Cincinnati, OH (Saint Xavier) Matt Jurcak Free/Back 6-3 So. Canton, MI (Plymouth-Salem) * Chris Knaute Free/IM 6-0 Sr. Houston, TX (Cypress Creek) David Knicely Back/Free 6-6 Fr. Acworth, GA (North Cobb Christian School) Justin Lapin Back/IM 5-11 Sr. Watertown, WI (Watertwon) Spencer Liedl Back/IM 6-3 Jr. Neenah, WI (Neenah) Brady Lindberg Diving 5-7 Sr. San Antonio, TX (Ronald Reagan) Chris Morin Fly/Free 5-10 Fr. Crown Point, IN (Crown Point) Ryan Moss Free 6-1 Sr. Lafayette, IN (William Henry Harrison) Sean O'Keefe Free 6-0 Fr. Lake Oswego, OR (Jesuit) * Paul Parmenter Fly/IM 6-0 Sr. Phoenix, AZ (Sunnyslope) Randy Rogers Diving 5-8 So. Fort Worth, TX (Arlington Heights) Matt Sievers Fly 6-1 Sr. San Antonio, TX (Sandra Day O'Connor) Nick Uzelac Free 6-2 Sr. Roanoke, VA (Patrick henry) Kyle Van Valkenburg Diving 5-8 Fr. Tucson, AZ (St. Gregory College Prep) Brian Wilhite Diving 5-8 Fr. Chisago, MN (Chisago Lake) Layne Wilson Breast/IM 6-2 So. Austin, TX (Lake Travis) Kai Yamashiro Back/IM 5-10 So. Kaneohe, HI (Iolani) Alexander Yee Back/IM 5-10 Fr. Spring, TX (Klein) Head Coach: Rob Clayton (Wyoming, 1991) Associate Head Coach: Casey Converse (Washburn, 1984) Diving Coach: Stan Curnow (BYU, 1977) * Denotes Team Captains Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

5 Season Outlook With the return of three conference champions in six events and an emerging diving program, the Air Force men's swimming & diving team envisions a tremendously successful season. "We are a much stronger team than we were a year ago," men's swimming head coach Rob Clayton said. "Our diving squad is much improved. Coach Stan Curnow has brought in some excellent divers to complement platform diving champion Brady Lindberg." Led by a veteran and talented senior cast, the team goal of a conference title is within grasp. Seniors Chris Knaute and Paul Parmenter are the team captains for "Our team captains Chris Knaute and Paul Parmenter are both conference champions and will continue to lead by example," Clayton said. Knaute is a seven time Mountain West Conference Champion, the 2005 MWC Swimmer of the year and a two-time honorable mention All-American. "Since he's walked into the program, we've had great expections of Chris and he's never disappointed," Clayton said. "Paul has developed into the top 200 IMer in the Mountain West Conference. Parmenter holds the school record in the 200 IM and is the defending MWC 200 IM Champion. Picked by the conference coaches in the preseason poll to finish third, Clayton feels optimistic that the Falcons have a shot to win the conference title. "BYU and UNLV look like they are at the top of the conference, but we feel we are right up there with them," Clayton said. "Our team goal, as always, is to win the Mountain West Conference. In order to meet that goal, we have to have everybody swim better than they've ever swam before." With Knaute and Parmenter leading the way, the medley events look to be one of the Falcons top events. Fellow seniors Nick Burton and Justin Lapin were also all-mwc Senior Nick Burton first team selections in both the 200 and 400 IM. "Along with Chris and Paul, we have Nick and Justin. These four are clearly the class of the MWC in the medley events," Clayton remarked. "We anticipate freshman Alex Yee will step in and make it to the IM finals come February." Another team strength will be the distance freestyle events. Knaute is the three-time defending conference champion and school record holder in the 1650 free. Knaute also holds the school records in the 200 and 500 free. Freshman Sean O'Keefe and sophomore Bryan Avery have shown promise in the early season and will be counted upon to score points in meets. "We should be very strong in the distance free events with Knaute and freshman Sean O'Keefe. Bryan Avery is vastly improved from a year ago and will have an outstanding season in the 200 and 500 freestyles," Clayton said. The Falcons are deep in the sprintfreestyle events as well. Seniors Ryan Moss and Nick Uzelac lead the charge with junior T.J. Cowling and freshman Chris Morin providing added depth as well. Moss is tied for 10th all-time at the Academy in the 50 free and Cowling ranks 10th in the 100 free. "Seniors Ryan Moss and Nick Uzelac should lead our sprint groups, Clayton said. T.J. has been training very well and should have a breakthrough season," Clayton said. "Freshman Chris Morin should contribute immediately." In the breaststroke events, Clayton looks to senior Andrew Bergman and sophomore Justin Day to carry the load. Bergman is amongst the top 10 all-time at the Academy in both breast events and Day ranks fifth alltime at the Academy in the 100 breast. Burton, who was a all-mwc selection in the 200 breast will also contribute. "Justin Day had a tremendous freshman year, culminating as a finalist in the 100 breaststroke," Clayton said. "Between Justin and Andrew, and with Nick in the 200 Breaststroke, we should be very strong in the breast events." Leading the way in the backstrokes will be Lapin, Yee, junior Spencer Liedl and sophomore Kai Yamashiro. Lapin ranks third at the Academy in the 200 back and seventh in the 100. Parmenter is seventh all-time in the 100 back and Yamashiro is ninth all-time in the 200 back. "Justin will challenge for the MWC title in Senior Chris Knaute the 200 back, and Kai looks like he's ready for a great year after a standout freshman campaign," Clayton said. The butterfly events will be handled by Parmenter, Burton and fellow senior Matt Sievers. Burton set the school record in the 100 fly at the 2006 MWC championships and Sievers is 6th all-time at the Academy in the 200 fly and ninth in the 100 fly. Paul Parmenter ranks fifth all-time in the 200 fly. "Matt Sievers had a great year in both butterfly events as a junior and he should be right near the top of the MWC this year, Clayton said. Nick is at the top of the returning swimmers in the conference in the 100 fly. Paul will be one of the MWC favorites in the 200 fly." The Falcons will be strong again in the relay events, headlined by the 800 freestyle group. The Falcons have set school records in the 800 free the last two years and should challenge the school record for a third consecutive season. "Our 800 free relay should be right at the top of the conference," Clayton remarked. "We should be strong in all our relays." The diving team is the deepest and most talented group that diving coach Stan Curnow has had in his tenure at the Academy. Led by senior Brady Lindberg, the Falcons have six divers that will compete to earn points for the team. Lindberg is the defending MWC platform diving champion and the Falcons' top point scorer in both the one-meter and three-meter dives. Sophomore Randy Rogers had a solid freshman campain and showed steady improvement in the offseason. Junior Nathan Glandon joins the team after being an NCAA qualifier for the men's gymnastics team his first two years at the Academy. David Arlington, Kyle Van Valkenburg and Brian Wilhite comprise the freshmen diving class and come to the Academy with strong credentials. "Our diving team is as solid as we've had here," Clayton said. "They will be competitive in every meet and should score a lot of points at the MWC Championships." Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving - 5 -

6 S ENIORS At AFA: two-time MWC All-Academic selection... ranks seventh in AFA history in the 100 breast (57.11) and 10th in the 200 breast (2:05.33)... at the 2006 MWC Championships: consolation finalist in the 100 and 200 breast... at the 2005 MWC Championships: consolation finalist in the 100 and 200 breast, setting career bests in both events, and was part of the 200 and 400 medley relay team MWC Championships: consolation finalist in the 100 and 200 breast. High School: Washington high school runnerup in 100 breaststroke (57.4)... was member of Bellingham Bay swim team... club coach was Aaron Dean. Personal: Member of cadet squadron favorite song is Fine Again by Seether... favorite food is salmon... lived in Sweden as a kid... on the Deans list... aspires to fly planes after graduation... birthdate is May 23, has an older brother, Cory (22) and younger brother, Daniel (17)... son of Gary and Colleen Bergman. Senior Nick Burton At AFA: Returned to swim team last year after returning from a religious mission... on the Air Force water polo team as a junior... set school record in the 100 fly at the 2006 MWC Championships with a time of USAFA Top 10 in 200 IM (1:48.87), 100 breaststroke (57.51), 200 breastroke (2:02.62)... all-mwc firstteam in the 200 IM and second team in the 100 fly and 200 breast... At 2003 MWC Championships: finished fourth in 200 IM (1:50.64), fifth in 400 IM (4:02.81), and fifth in the 200 breastroke (2:04.81). High School: Played water polo for four years... a four-time All-American swimmer... four-time team MVP in swimming and three time MVP in water polo. Personal: Member of cadet squadron birthdate is Feb. 17, majoring in law... plans on becoming a contracting officer in the Air Force... hero is his brother, Marcus (24)... hobbies include swimming, water polo, piano and church... favorite inspirational quote is This too, you will overcome, from a short story his brother created... favorite food is Mexican... enjoys listening to CPM favorite book is The Giver... son of Mark and Diane Burton. Senior Andrew Bergman At AFA: Seven-time Mountain West Conference champion... two-time honorable mention All- American MWC Swimmer of the Year... three-time team MVP... owns the fastest times at the Academy in the 200, 500, and 1650 free and 400 IM... team co-captain. 2006: Repeat MWC champion in the 400 IM (3:49.33), 500 free (4:21.62) and 1650 free (15:16.30)... setting then-school and conference records in the 500 free and 400 IM... also set school record in the 200 free... swam at the NCAA Championships, earning honorable mention All-American in the 400 IM (3:48.98) and 500 free (4:20.00)... set school and conference records in both events at NCAA s... swam the 400 meter free, 400 IM and 1500 free at the U.S. Summer National Swimming Championships... named MWC Swimmer of the Week on Oct. 26 and Nov : 2005 Mountain West Conference Men s Swimmer of the Year as a sophomore MWC Champion in the 400 IM, 500 free and 1650 free... set conference championships and school records in the 400 IM (3:50.22) and 1650 free (15:09.15) and swam the second-fastest 500 free time in school history (4:22.32)... placed 21st in the 400 IM at the NCAA championships and also swam in the 500 and 1650 free... placed 19th in the US World Championship trials in the 400 meter free and 36th in the 200 meter free... first-team All-MWC in the 400 IM, 500 and 1650 free... named MWC men s Swimmer of the Week on Nov. 3, : MWC Champion and set a them-championship record in the 1650 free with a time of 15: at the 2004 MWC Championships: First in the 1650 free, second in the 500 free and third in the 400 IM. High School: High School All-American in 200 freestyle (1:40.42), 500 freestyle (4:30.11), 400 freestyle relay... made the national cut in 1000 freestyle (9:13.82)... Texas State Champion in the 500 free... also an All-American in water polo... high school coach was John Webb and club coach was David Harbach. Personal: Member of cadet squadron birthdate is July 8, on the superintendent s list twice... on the commandant s and athletics list every semester... favorite song is Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin... favorite food is lasagna... has one brother, Alex (23)... nickname is Cosmo... slated to go into pilot training after graduation... credits his parents as having the biggest influence in his sports career... son of Don and Mary Knaute Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

7 S ENIORS At AFA: 2006 MWC Championships: Firstteam all MWC in the 200 and 400 IM... ranks third in AFA history in the 400 IM (3:53.52) and 200 back (1:47.21) and sixth in the 200 IM (1:49.98) and 100 back (51.16)... at the 2005 MWC Chamionships: took third in the 400 IM, fifth in the 200 back and ninth in the 200 IM... named first-team All-MWC in the 400 IM and second-team all-conference in the 200 back... at the 2004 MWC Championships: took fourth in the 400 IM, fifth in the 200 back and seventh in the 200 IM. High School: High school national recordholder in 200 Meter Short Course IM (2:03.67)... four-time all-state selection... state champion in the 200 im... high School coach was Mark Cruse... was a member of Lake Country Phoenix Swimming and Diving Club... club coach was David Joyce. Personal: member of cadet squadron favorite food is sausage... Enjoys watching The Simpsons and Family Guy... loves kittens... birthdate is May 9, is an honor officer... completed Global Engagement summer of recently completed AFS (Academy Flight Screening)... has an older sister, Carly (23)... son of Dan and Kay Lapin. At AFA: 2006 Mountain West Conference platform diving champion... all-mwc first-team in platform diving... all-mwc second-team in three-meter diving... placed fifth in platform diving at the NCAA Zone E Regionals... named to MWC All-Academic team in on the dean s and athletics list... spent two years between sophomore and junior year on a religious mission in Montreal, Canada : placed second in the platform diving at 2003 MWC championships : took fourth in platform diving at 2002 MWC Championships, fifth in one-meter diving and sixth in the three-meter diving... on the superintendent s list. High School: Lettered four years in diving at Ronald Reagan HS... first-team all-american in honorable mention all-american in competed in the 2001 Spring U.S. Senior National Championships... high school diving coach was Craig Nolder. Personal: member of cadet squadron born, Feb. 19, cousin, Jeff Andersen, was a 2004 graduate of USAFA and was on the gymnastics team... hobbies are camping, golfing and mountain biking... favorite food is brownies... enjoys listening to the Counting Crows... has a younger sister, Ali (18)... son of Don and Susan Lindberg. At AFA: three-time MWC All-Academic team selection MWC Championships: placed eighth in the 100 free, swiming the 10th fastest time in Academy history in the prelims (20.85)... also part of 200 free relay team... at the 2005 MWC Championships: on the 200 medley and 200 free relay teams and was a consolation finalist in the 100 free. High School: All-American in 200 and 400 freestyle relays... all-state as a junior and senior... four-year letterwinner in swimming... team captain as a senior... team MVP and allconference all four years... club coach was Ed Glick. Personal: Member of cadet squadron birthdate is Dec. 17, likes listening to Taking Back Sunday... favorite food is any type of pie... on the dean s and athletics list every semester... enjoys watching is a flight commander in his squadron... did summer research program at Los Alamos National Lab last summer... completed combat survival training and global engagement the summer of has an older brother David (23)... son of Greg and Marita Moss. Senior Justin Japin Senior Brady Lindberg Senior Ryan Moss Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving - 7 -

8 S ENIORS At AFA: team co-captain... three-time MWC All-Academic team selection : MWC champion in the 200 IM, setting a school record with a time of 1:48.72)... also first-team all-mwc in the 200 fly, swimming the fifth fastest mark ever at the Academy (1:49.71)... first team all-mwc in the 400 IM, swimming a 3:57.45, the fifth fastest mark at the Academy... also part of the all-mwc second-team 400 and 800 free relay team... participated in U.S. Summer Nationals swimming the 200 meter IM... recipient of the team Coaches Award and Men s Swimming Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year. 2005: 2005 MWC Championship results: swam the 10th fastest time in school history in the 400 IM (4:01.36) en route to an eighth place finish... also swam in the 200 IM, 200 fly and 800 free relay...named second-team All-MWC in the 800 relay MWC Championship results: Consolation finalist in the 400 IM, 100 and 200 back. High School: Was the most outstanding swimmer of his class all four years... a member of the National Honor Society... club coach was Michael Maczuga. Personal: Member of cadet squadron birthdate is April 17, is on the inspection team for his squadron... completed Academy Flight Screening this past summer... has been on the superintendent s list four times... hobby is running triathlons... favorite movie is Pulp Fiction... favorite food is fish tacos... has a sister, Stacy (19), and brother, Alec (16)... son of Connie and Gary Parmenter. At AFA: three-time MWC All-Academic team selection... named MWC Scholar-Athlete MWC Championships: placed sixth in the 200 fly, swimming the sixth-fastest time ever at the Academy (1:49.74)... consolation finalist in the 100 fly... also swam on 200 and 400 medley relay teams MWC Championship results: seventh-place finish in the 200 fly... also swam in the 200 medley, 200 free and 400 medley relays and was a consolation finalist in the 100 fly MWC Championship results: consolation finalist in the 100 and 200 butterfly. High School: All-American 100 Fly (50.9)... All- State Honorable Mention Water Polo... Academic All-American... State finalist 100 Fly, 200 Free... All-American Consideration 200 Free... graduated Magna Cum Laude... club coach was Mark Elley and high school coach was Bill Thomas. Personal: Member of cadet squadron 5... birthdate is May 13, on the Dean s list six times... on the superintendent s list... favorite food is churros... has been on the athletics and dean s list four times... was a camp counselor at Falcon sports camps and completed Operations Air Force at Kadena AFB, Japan, summer of recently completed AFS (Academy Flight Screening)... has a sister, Stephanie (25)... brother, Greg (21), is a junior diver at Army... credits his parents as having the greatest influence on his sports career... son of Larry and Lisa Sievers. At AFA: two-time MWC All-Academic team selection MWC Championship results: Part of 200 free relay team MWC Championship results: swam in the 50, 100 and free events and was also on the 200 free relay team. High School: Lettered four years in swimming and three years in baseball... all-district and team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior... Academic All-American... high school swim coach was Doug Fender... YMCA champion member of 2002 short course 400 free relay... was a member of Roanoke Central YMCA and Virginia Gator swim clubs. Personal: Member of cadet squadron birthdate is Aug. 4, recently completed AFS (Academy Flight Screening)... on the dean s and athletics list the last three semesters... is acting first sergeant and B-flight NCO in his squadron... hobbies include going to the beach and surfing... favorite food is ribs... has one sibling, Bradley (17)... credits club swimming coach, Doug Fender, as having the biggest influence on his sports career... son of Pete and Bambi Uzelac. Senior Nick Uzelac Senior Paul Parmenter Senior Matt Sievers Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

9 F ALCONS At AFA: two time MWC All-Academic team selection MWC Championship results: part of all-mwc second-team 400 and 800 free relay team... consolation finalist in the 50, 100 and 200 free... anchored the 200 free relay team MWC Championship results: Swam the ninth-fastest time in school history in the 100 free (45.64)... also swam on the 800 free relay and 100 and 200 free... second-team All-MWC in the 800 free relay. High School: All-American in the 50 and 100 free... All-state selection in three events... also recruited by Virginia Tech, Georgia, North Carolina and Maryland... four-year letterwinner in swimming... three-time Scholastic All- American... National Honor Society member... high school coach was Jeff Scott... USA Swimming coach was Steve Griffin... best times: 50 Free: Free: Free: 1:40.5. Personal: A member of cadet squadron birthdate is April 12, graduated high school with a 4.19 gpa... completed Operations Air Force at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC, this past summer... on the superintendents list... hobbies include surfing, water skiing, wakeboarding and dirt biking... favorite food is Italian... enjoys watching The Family Guy... full name is Trebor John Cowling... has two older brothers, Robert (28) and Steven (25) he credits as having the biggest influence in his sports career... son of Robert and Mary Cowling. At AFA: First year on the diving team after spending first two years on the Air Force men s gymnastics team... the only freshman on the gymnastics squad to qualify for the NCAA s. High School: Four-year letterwinner in gymnastics at Cooper HS... four year state qualifier and three year finalist... qualified for nationals in gymnastics & made finals on Floor and Rings... high school gymnastics coach was Bela Karolyi, the 1996 United States women s Olympic team coach... qualified for the 2004 National Rocketry Contest located in Washington D.C.... earned a spot on the High School NASA Aerospace Scholars program held at Johnson Space Center in Houston... team captain for gymnastics and diving team... Cooper HS Athlete of the Year as a senior. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born March 21, has been a athletic team advisor and element leader in his squadron... hobbies are schooting pool, playing guitar, snowboarding, hiking and jet skiiing... favorite sports team is the Denver Broncos... has an older sister, Lynette (24)... son of Don and Debbie Glandon. Junior Nathan Glandon At AFA: two-time MWC All-Academic team selection... two-time MWC Scholar-Athlete MWC Championships results: consolation finalist in the 100 back and 400 IM. High School: All-state, all-area and all-conference as a senior... four-year letterwinner in swimming at Neenah HS... team captain as a senior... helped lead Neenah to four conference championships and three sectional titles... high school swimming coach was Michael Schuelke... club swimming coach at Fox Cities YMCA was Curt Beutler... member of the National Honor Society... American Legion Leadership award winner. Personal: Member of cadet squadron birthdate is Jan. 18, favorite TV show is The O.C.... credits his parents as having the biggest influence in his sports career... has a younger brother, Max (19)... son of Robert and Melissa Liedl. At AFA: 2006 MWC Championship results: consolation finalist in the 1650 free. High School: Four-year letterwinner in swimming at Mililani HS... Hawai i state long course state champion... On Hawai i state all-star team and team MVP three times... on the all-star team four times... OIA champion as a junior and senior... team captain as a senior... on the honor roll and graduated Magna Cum Laude. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born June 15, 1987, in Tyler, TX... enjoys surfing, woodworking and reading... has four younger siblings, Ben (16), Kevin (14), Daniel (11) and Kalyn (6)... father, Kirk, was a wrestler at Univ. of Rolla... son of Kirk and Jeanne Avery. Junior T.J. Cowling Junior Spencer Liedl Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving - 9 -

10 F ALCONS At AFA: named to MWC All-Academic team in High School: Four-year letterwinner in swimming at Potomac Falls HS... helped swim team to four district championships... National honor society member. Personal: Member of cadet squadron 4... born Nov. 20, 1986, in Charleston, SC... has three younger siblings, Alex (18), Meghan (16) and Nicole (16)... son of Arthur and Deborah Butt. At AFA: 2006 MWC Championship results: placed eighth in the 100 breast with the fifthfastest time in school history (56.98) in the prelims. High School: Home-schooled but competed for Lewis-Palmer HS for two years and Liberty HS for senior year... three-time allleague selection by the Colorado Springs Gazette... named most valuable athlete in 2003, 2004 and on the Liberty Wall of Fame... three-time Colorado Springs Metro Champion in the 100 breast. Personal: Member of cadet squadron 7... born March 30, enjoys swimming, reading and hanging out with friends... swam in the 1998 Junior Goodwill Games... has seven siblings... son of Roger and Carol Day. At AFA: named to MWC All-Academic team in MWC Championship results: consolation finalist in the 400 IM, 200 fly and 1650 free. High School: Four-year letterwinner in swimming at Plymouth-Salem HS... seventime all-state selection in the 200 IM and 100 back... five-time all-american selection in the 200 IM and 100 back... along with fellow Falcon freshman Matt Jurcak, led Plymouth- Salem to conference championships in 2002 and 2003 team MVP in 2004 and high school swimming coach was Chuck Olson... member of National Honor Society... USS Scholastic All-American. Personal: Member of cadet squadron 9... born Jan. 26, 1987, in Houston, TX... enjoys movies, eating and just having fun... has a younger brother, Jon (15)... son of Bryce and Betty Dixon. At AFA: swam in several dual meets. High School: Four-year letterwinner in swimming at Plymouth-Salem HS... four-time all-conference selection... four-time All-Observerland... four-time academic all-state... along with Falcon teammate Nick Dixon, helped lead Plymouth-Salem to conference and division championships in team captain as a senior... member of National Honor Society... scholar athlete of the year. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born Aug. 15, 1987, in Detroit, MI... enjoys the guitar... has two sisters, Michelle (20) and Carie (16)... son Brad and Fran Jurcak. Sophomore Matt Jurcak At AFA: Had the second-highest one-meter dive scored on the team with points at the CC/CSM/Metro State three-way meet... also second on the team with points in the three-meter dive scored against BYU. High School: Four-year letterwinner in swimming & diving at Arlington Heights HS... placed 5th in diving and 8th in the 100 fly at the Texas state swim meet... all-regional... led Arlington Heights to district championships as a junior and senior... high school swimming coach was Ron Forrest and diving coach was sister Robyn Rogers... member of National Honor Society... Jacket scholar. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born July 31, 1987, in Fort Worth, TX... enjoys movies and video games... nickname is Roo... has siblings, Rusty (30) and Robyn (28)... son of Thomas and Sarah Rogers. Sophomore Justin Day Sophomore Bryan Avery Sophomore Nick Dixon Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

11 F ALCONS At AFA: named to MWC All-Academic team in High School: Lettered four years in swimming at Lake Travis HS... first-team allstate in the 100 back, 200 IM, 400 Free and 200 Medley Relay... second-team all-state in the 100 free... all-state honorable mention in the 50 free... led Lake Travis to 3rd place finish in states and 1st place finish in region and district... UIL scholar... member of National Honor Society... Lake Travis scholar. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born April 13, 1987, in Sydney, Australia... best times: 100 Breast 1:00.80, 200 IM 1: two siblings, Kyle (16) and Bonnie (13)... son of Bruce and Denise Wilson. High School: Lettered four years in diving... all-american... was named Pacific Northern Academy Athlete of the Decade... High School All-American... two-time regional and state diving champion... took second in the USDA Region 10 three-meter Diving Championships in club team was KNIK Aquatics... coached by Art Saltmarsh. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born Dec. 15, 1987 in Stanwood, WA... has an older sister, Rachel (21)... son of James and Kim Arlington. High School: Swam for Bowie Aquatic Club and the Maryland Suburban Swim Club, coached by John Mason... graduated from reformation school at age 14 and attended Prince George s Community College for two years... National Honor Society member... on the Dean s List and National Dean s List... Phi Theta Kappa International Honors Society member. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born Oct. 18, hobbies are playing the guitar and basketball... has six siblings, Luke (25), Emily (21), John (19), Matt (15), Mark (13) and Jude (5)... son of Clifford and Mary Gannett. At AFA: 2006 MWC Championship results: consolation finalist in the 100 and 200 back... swam the ninth-fastest 200 back time in school history (1:51.81). High School: Lettered four years in swimming and one year in football and volleyball... swimming all-american... ILH All-Star in 2004 & 2005 in the 100 back and 200 IM... helped lead Iolani to two consecutive state championships... high school swim coach was Brian Lee. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born Nov. 24, 1986, in Torrance, CA... hobbies are beach volleyball and doing homework... brother, Kimo (22), is a 2006 USAFA graduate and was on the swim team for two years... son of Ward and Nan Yamashiro. High School: Lettered four years in swimming and one year in track... all-american... twotime all-district first-team... team captain as a senior... district title winner in the 100 breast as a senior... swam for Carl Burke swim club and qualified for nationals... high school swim coach was Lisa Broadhead... club swim coach was Pete Morgan... National, Science, and Music Honor Society member. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born July 16, 1988 in Colorado Springs, Colo.... hobbies are swimming, playing the saxophone, baseball and frisbee... has a younger sister Katelyn (12)... father, David, is an Air Force pilot and graduate of USAFA, where he played on the tennis and rugby teams... son of David and Ann Edmonds. Sophomore Kai Yamashiro High School: Lettered three years in swimming... two-time first-team all-league... helped lead Saint Xavier to a state title... high school coach was Jim Brower... swam club for the Cincinnati Marlins, coached by Brent Ransom... National Merit Commended Student. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born April 14, 1988 in St. Louis, Mo.... has two sisters, Shannon (20) and Kathleen (14)... son of Robert and Christina Grace. Sophomore Randy Rogers Freshman David Arlington Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

12 F ALCONS Freshman David Knicely High School: Lettered two years in swimming and three years in cross country... state champion in the 100, 200 and 500 free... fourtime all-star selection... coaches award winner... helped lead North Cobb to district and state title while setting state records in the 200 and 500 free.... swam for Marietta Marlins. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born Aug. 18, hobbies are boating, basketball and poker... has four siblings, Josh (23), Rebekah (22), Max (15) and Cass (11)... son Donald and Vickie Knicely. High School: Lettered two years in diving and cross country and four years in tennis... allstate as a junior and senior... regional champion as a junior and senior... state champion in finished second in the Nike Invitational as a senior and third as a junior. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born Jan. 4, 1988 in Tucson, AZ... has an older brother Zachary (20)... son of Scott and Wendy Van Valkenburg. Freshman Chris Morin Freshman Sean O Keefe High School: Lettered four years in swimming and two years in track... All-American in the 50 free and 100 fly... two-time team MVP... state champion in the 100 fly... team captain... swam club for Nike Swim Team... high school swim coach was Doug Norris... club coach was Bryon Angerman... National Honor Society member. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born May 23, hobbies are swimming, running, poker and fireworks... has two younger brothers, Brendan (15) and Nicholas (11)... son of Bridget and Bruce Morin. High School: Lettered three years in diving... All-American select five times... two-time allstate selection... finished third in state diving championships as a sophomore and senior... second in diving championships as a junior, earning diver of the year honors... dove for the University of Minnesota Diving Club... member of National Honor Society. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born Aug. 22, hobbies are diving, paintball, weight lifting and cars... has four siblings, Nikki (18), David (17), Andy (15) and Heidi (13)... son of Brad and Lisa Willhite. Freshman Kyle Van Valkenburg High School: Lettered four years in swimming... two-time high school all-american in the 200 free and 200 free relay... team captain as a senior, leading Jesuit (Portland, Ore.) to state title... team MVP all four years... junior national finalist and US Open qualifier for the Tualatin Hills Swim Club. Personal: Member of cadet squadron 3... born March 28, 1988 in New Orleans, La.... hobbies are cooking, politics and go-cart driving... has a younger brother Kyle (15)... father, Neil, played tennis at LSU... son of Neil and Cindy O Keefe. High School: Lettered one year in swimming... National Honor Society member. Personal: Member of cadet squadron born May 9, 1988 in Houston, Texas... hobbies are swimming, piano, shooting range and drawing... has two siblings Nicholas (23) and Monica (16)... son of Peter and Elizabeth Yee. Freshman Alex Yee Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

13 S EASON REVIEW Date Opponent Results (8-4-1 overall, 3-2 MWC/3rd) 10/14 Denver W, /21-22 Early Bird Swim Meet (Ft. Collins, Colo.) 3rd 10/29 CC/CSM/Metro State/Neb. Kearney /29 Colorado College W, /29 Colorado School of Mines W, /29 Metro State W, /4 SMU L, /5 TCU* W, /17-19 Speedo Cup 2nd 1/6 at UC San Diego T, /13 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, /20 at Denver L, /21 at UNLV* L, /26 BYU* L, /28 Utah* W, /4 Wyoming* W, / MWC Championships (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 3rd Season In Review: The Air Force men's swimming & diving team finished the campaign with a overall record and 3-2 mark in Mountain West Conference dual meets (3rd). The Falcons took third place at the 2006 MWC Swimming & Diving Championships held at Oklahoma City Community College. Distance swimmer Chris Knaute led the Falcons by winning the 500 and 1650 yard freestyle and 400 individual medley events at the MWC Championships. Knaute, a Houston, Texas, native, also represented Air Force at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships and earned honorable mention All-America honors in the 500 free and 400 IM. Juniors Nick Burton (200 IM, 400 IM), Justin Lapin (200 IM, 400 IM), Paul Parmenter (200 IM, 200 Fly) and Brady Lindberg (Platform Diving) were also named All-MWC First Team. Burton (100 Fly, 200 Breast) and Lindberg (3-meter Diving) were named All-MWC Second Team. The 400 and 800 free relay teams also earned second team honors. Several school records were set at the MWC championships. Chris Knaute set new school records in the 200 and 500 free events, Nick Burton set a new school record in the 100 butterfly (48.90) and Paul Parmenter set a school record in the 200 IM (1:48.72). The 800 free relay broke last year s school record with a time of (6:37.64). Parmenter was the conference champion in the 200 IM and Brady Lindberg was the conference champion in the platform diving. Stan Curnow was named MWC co-diving Coach of the Year and Matt Karmondy earned the MWC Senior Recognition Award at the MWC Championships. All-MWC Second Team Nick Burton (100 Fly, 200 Breast) Brady Lindberg (3-meter Diving) 400 Free Relay (Burton, Knaute, T.J. Cowling, Parmenter) 800 Free Relay (Knaute, Cowling, Lapin, Parmenter) MWC Swimmer of the Week - Chris Knaute (Oct. 26, 2005 and Nov. 23, 2005) Air Force men s swimming highlights - Falcons take second at Speedo Cup, finishing behind Stanford and one spot ahead of BYU. - Air Force downs TCU, Utah and Wyoming in Mountain West Conference Duals. Finish the season in top three of MWC for the fifth time in the last six years. Falcons win five MWC titles. - Falcons set four new school records at the MWC Championships. - Chris Knaute wins the 500 and 1650 free and 400 IM events at MWC Championships for second consecutive year. - Stan Curnow named MWC co-diving Coach of the Year - Matt Karmondy earns senior recognition award at MWC Championships. - Chris Knaute earns honorable mention All-American in the 400 IM and 500 free. - Matt Karmondy named 2006 MWC Scholar Athlete of the year. Team Captain - Matt Karmondy Team MVP - Chris Knaute. Chris Knaute was named team MVP for the third consecutive year. The junior defended his conference titles in the 500 and 1650 free and 400 IM events, giving him seven titles in three years. Knaute earned a trip to the NCAA Championships where he set school and conference records and earned honorable mention All-America honors in the 500 free and 400 IM. All-MWC First Team - Chris Knaute (500 free, 1650 free, 400 IM) - Nick Burton (200 IM, 400 IM) - Justin Lapin (200 IM, 400 IM) - Paul Parmenter (200 IM, 200 Fly) - Brady Lindberg (Platform Diving) Team MVP Chris Knaute Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

14 AFA M EN S SWIMMING HISTORY The Falcon swimming program had its beginnings in 1955 with the first Air Force Academy class. The Academy in Colorado Springs was not yet built and the cadets attended school in Denver at Lowry AFB. Dr. M.M. MacKenzie was the first head coach and compiled a record during the first four years. The Cadet Natatorium was completed in 1959 and the Falcons hosted their first home meet that fall. The 1960s were an exciting decade for the Falcons as Air Force swimmers qualified for the NCAA Championships eight out of 10 years. Capt. Paul Cleland was head coach for three years, achieving a record. Capt. Bob Nugent took over in 1963 and went in a three-year stint. Backstroker Barry Beilinski became the swimming program's first All-American in In 1966, the NCAA brought the Division I championships to the Academy. Swimming World Magazine complimented the meet organization. "The Academy, nestled in an 18,000 acre site at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, matched its architectural grandeur with outstanding organizational efficiency to make the championships one of the greatest ever held." Nugent and Colonel E.A. Rafalko, the Falcons' athletic director and meet director, were commended for their contributions, especially for securing electronic timing. Later, this proved that the equipment should be mandatory for all important meets. The "7,000 plus feet above sea level" conditions created comment and controversy as coaches predicted and evaluated their swimmers' performance at the high altitude. That year, breaststroker Steven Bryan Rye All-America, 1969 Diving Seigler was the swimming team's second All- American. He repeated in 1967, the year Maj. Paul Arata began his tenure as head coach. The final year of the 1960s was one of the highlight years of the decade as the Falcons were 19-0 in dual meets. One of the most exciting dual meets came against Colorado State. The meet came down to the last relay. If the Falcons won, they would win the meet by a point. The packed stands cheered Bob Nieman, Warren Flaherty, D.K. Martin and Bryan Rye to a victory and an NCAA qualifying time (fastest in the country up to that point) of 3:12.02, four seconds ahead of the Rams. The Air Force team took nine to the NCAAs that year and the same relay team placed 10th, good for All-American status. Rye, a transfer from Colorado State, would go down in Falcon history after that year. In the meet versus the Rams, he won the 50 and 100 free and anchored the 400 free relay team with a 45.6 split, one of the fastest splits in the country. Rye also beat CSU's All- American sprinter, Dennis O'Connor, three times that day. After graduation, Rye flew helicopters and served in Vietnam where he was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for a successful rescue mission. Rye was killed in action in 1975 and posthumously promoted to the rank of Captain. The Most Valuable Swimmer Award is named in his honor and given each year at the Annual Individual Awards Banquet. In 1970, Nieman was an All- American in two events as he won the consolation heat in both the 100 and 200 freestyle at the NCAAs. A few years later, Nieman would become the Academy's first Olympian as he competed in the 1976 Games in modern pentathlon. He would qualify for the team again in The men entered the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) in 1981 and a period of adjustment followed. The men had the depth to win dual meets as they were 4-0 in WAC contests that first year but had a tough time at the WAC Championships. In 1982, John Sayre was the program's first WAC champion (400 IM) as he also qualified for the NCAAs. Mike Brown qualified for the Olympic trials in the 200 meter butterfly, after placing ninth (2:03.71) at the NCAAs in Arata, after 16 years at the helm, retired after the 1983 season. His 16 years is the longest tenure of any Air Force Academy swimming coach. His record was for the men and for the women, a combined total of , an unreal winning percentage of 95 percent. The men also had an undefeated home victory streak of 108, covering 16 years beginning in During Arata's reign, there were six All-Americans in eight events and one national champion on the men's team. On the women's side there were six national champions in 12 events with 27 different women achieving All-American honors in 112 different events. Maj. Kelly Kemp was the next head coach and remained in that position until Maj. Jim Hogue took over in 1988, while Lt. Col. Mikki King returned to coach the diving team. The next few years were diving dominant, as Hogue was Division II coach of the year in both 1987 and In the fall of 1988, Keith "Casey" Converse began his first year as head coach. In 1990, the Falcons beat WAC rivals BYU and Utah in home dual meets. That same year, Drew Whitting became the team's second WAC champion by winning the 500 and 1,650 free and qualifying for the NCAAs. The 1991 WAC Championships saw the Falcons ascend to a second-place finish behind Utah, their highest WAC finish ever. The team garnered four WAC champions, Whitting again in the 500 and 1,650 free, Bucky MacLaughlin in the 50 free and Tony Bamsey in the 100 breaststroke. The team also won its first-ever relay championship (200 free relay comprised of Bamsey, MacLaughlin, Sheesley and Squires). For this remarkable finish, Converse was named WAC coach of the year. Whitting also became the first All- American (HM) on the men's team since 1975 as he placed 13th in both the 500 and the 1,650 free at the NCAA Division I Championships. The men continued to fare well, going 7-2 in dual meets in 1992 with Bamsey winning another WAC title (50 free). Joining him in the winner's circle was Sam Chestnut (1,650 free) as the Falcons placed fifth at the WAC Championships. The following year brought an end to one great swimmer's career but the beginning of another's. Whitting won his third WAC title by winning a Air Force Men s Swimming &

15 title in the 500 meter free. His time of 4:20.09 is still the WAC record. Freshman Matt Davis also won a WAC championship in the 400 IM as the men went 6-3 in dual meets. Davis continued his excellence, as the Falcons' only WAC champion in 1994, repeating in the 400 IM. Jon Kalberer (distance freestyle) joined Davis on the All-WAC team. Davis would win three more WAC championships during his career (400 IM in 1993 and 1994 and 200 fly in 1995). The season saw Rob Clayton take over as head coach. He replaced Converse, who moved over to coach the women's program full-time. The team continued to climb up the ranks in the conference standings. After finishing 11-2 in dual meets, the team improved to a fifth-place finish at the WAC Championships. With 11 dual wins, Air Force reached the double figure mark in victories for the second consecutive year and only the second time since The effort at the WAC Championships was one of the best ever for the Falcons, with seven records being established, three of them in individual events and four in relay events. In the fall of 1999, the Academy joined the Mountain West Conference as a founding institution. Charlie Toth became the Academy's first MWC champion in any sport when he won the 100 freestyle at the 2000 AFA M EN S SWIMMING HISTORY MWC Championships. The team moved up again in the conference standings to finish third. The highlight of the 2001 MWC Championships was the team's victory in the 200 medley relay. Paul Brehm, John Dayton, Nate Amidon and Toth brought home the title in record-setting time to claim the Academy's first relay championship in 10 years. Matt Ihlenfeld swept the breaststroke events, establishing new MWC records of and 1: The Falcons also sent two swimmers to the NCAA Championships (Toth and Ihlenfeld) for the first time since At the 2002 MWC Championships, the Falcons won the 400 medley relay (Brehm, Dayton, Eric Pounds, Amidon) and Brehm won the 100 and 200 backstrokes. For the third consecutive year, the Air Force Academy finished third. After a 12-2 season (3-1 in MWC) in , the Falcons finished as conference runners-up at 2003 MWC Championships. This was only the second time in Academy history that the program had finished this high. Paul Brehm again led the effort, as he successfully defended his championship in the 200 backstroke. At the 2004 Championships, the Falcons repeated as runners-up. This came on the heels of finishing the regular season with an 8-4 record in dual meets. Freshman Chris Knaute capped off a stellar rookie campaign by winning the 1650 free with a time of 15:28.21, an MWC record and the secondfastest mark in school history. As a sophomore, Knaute dominated the 2005 MWC Championships, winning the 500, 1650, and 400 IM. His accomplishments led to his being named MWC Swimmer of the Year. He became the first in the history of the program to receive Conference Swimmer of the Year Honors. Joining him on the all-mwc team were sophomore Justin Lapin and senior Evan Parr. In 2006, the Falcons took third place at the MWC Championships setting four school records in the process. Knaute defended his titles in the 500, 1650 and 400 IM while Paul Parmenter won the 200 IM and Brady Lindberg won the platform diving. Stan Curnow was named co-diving coach of the year. Knaute also participated in the NCAA s earning honorable mention All-America honors in the 400 IM and 500 Free. As with the Falcons swimming program, the Air Force diving team has also enjoyed enormous success over the last 31 years. Air Force has had a total of 16 first-team All- Americans and three national champions (Division I and Division II) in just three decades of competition. The first great diver in Academy history was Don McLean. A 1966 graduate, McLean was an All- American in 1965 and placed ninth in the nation on one-meter and 12th on three-meter. He was the first Falcon diver to qualify for the NCAAs and earn All- American status. In the 1970s, the diving coach position was filled by Olympic diving coach Dick Smith, who began laying a solid foundation that would benefit future Air Force divers. He was replaced in 1973 by Capt. Micki King, a springboard diving gold medalist in the 1972 Olympic Games. Included in this era is Rick McAlister, one of the best athletes to ever attend the Academy. Coached by both Smith and King, McAlister is the most successful diver in Academy history. In 1974, he was the three-meter NCAA national champion and placed fourth on one-meter, single-handedly scoring 27 points as the Falcons placed 13th in the nation. A four-time All- American, he won five national independent titles and took three second-place finishes on the onemeter board at the National AAU s. In 1976, Chuck Kennedy replaced King as the coach and a new era began as women entered the Academy. Janet Peterson, class of 1981, was the Academy s first female All-American in diving. She won the award eight times, twice each year on both boards, at the AIAW Division II National Championships. Shawn Whitson, an 82 graduate and another outstanding diver, was a seven-time All-American. In 1982 Linda Telkamp became the first female diver to claim a national title, winning the three-meter competition. Telkamp was also an Air Force Diving Program Has Rich History eight-time All-American as the 1980s produced several diving legends including Nancy Burdick ( 83), a five-time All-American. In 1983, Micki King returned to coach four more All-Americans. They were Tina Landschultz (five times), Dana Strong (three times), Pam Klein (one time) and Mary Rainaldi (one time). In 1990, King was replaced by Capt. Brian Shimel and both had a hand in coaching the strongest duo of woman divers in the history of the Academy, Kim Dornburg and Dawn Dishner. Dornburg, a six-time All-American, was national champion on one-meter and three-meter in 1988 and again won the one-meter title in Dishner, a seven-time All-American, was the three-meter national champion in Dornburg won the Most Valuable Swimmer/Diver award three times, while Dishner won it twice. Only one other swimmer or diver (Patty Martinez) has ever won the award more than twice. In addition to the success of the women divers, the men also fielded strong competitors. Jeff Faley qualified for the NCAAs in 1987 on both boards. In 1991, another great Academy diver, Bo Bloomer, became Air Force s first WAC champion diver by winning the three-meter competition. In 1992, Stan Curnow took over the diving reins. Thus far he has produced several female All- Americans. In his first year, Sarah Saxer, class of 1993, earned All-American honors on both boards while Rebecca Currie was an All-American in the three-meter. The two repeated as All-Americans in With Saxer gone, Casey Cornish earned honorable mention on both boards in 1994 while Currie finished out her career with her first top-eight finish in one-meter. In 1995, three women earned honorable mention All-American honors and helped the Falcons to the Division II national championship. They were Lauren Eckert, Cornish and Dawn McCown. Cornish, finishing out a brilliant career, was the only Falcon to score on both boards at the 1996 NCAAs, a year that brought another national championship to Air Force. Sophomore Elly Bunzendahl became the program s first first-team All-American since Currie in 1993 when she earned the honor by placing seventh in the three-meter. As the Academy s diving program forges ahead in the new millenium, a commitment to improve on both the men s and women s side has been evident. In their final season competing in the WAC, the divers contributed to Air Force's fifth-place finish. Doug Hulse added a top-eight finish on the platform while Jim Marion placed in the one-meter. After their strong showing at the WAC, the divers went on to record impressive performances at the NCAA Zone E Championships. Marion and Hulse each placed in two events while Dave Devemark placed in the platform competition. In 2002, Sarah Law won the one- and threemeter diving titles at the 2002 Mountain West Conference Swimming and Diving Championships. Law, who was also named the Diver of the Year, is a repeat winner in the one-meter. The four-time conference diving champion was also awarded with the conference s senior recognition award for excellence in and out of the pool. Jessica Williams won the 2002 MWC platform title. She also holds the conference record on platform (384.55). In 2004, Ben Chapman earned a trip to the NCAA Zone E Diving Regionals with his win in the three-meter dive at the AFA Diving Invitational. The was a solid year for Falcon diving as junior Brady Lindberg was the conference champion in the men s platform diving. Sophomore Danielle Dowds was the lone first-team all-conference selection on the women s team, earning the honors in the platform diving and coach Stan Curnow was named co-diving coach of the year Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

16 FALCON HONORS Team MVP (Sponsored by the family of Captain Bryan Rye, Class of 71) 1969 Bob Nieman 1970 Bob Nieman 1971 Bruce Fisher 1972 Jim Thompson 1973 Rick McAlister, Diver 1974 Rick McAlister, Diver 1975 Rick McAlister, Diver 1976 Frank Snyder 1977 Frank Snyder 1978 Doug Poorman 1979 Steve Waters 1980 Steve Waters 1981 John Sayre 1982 John Sayre 1983 Garrett Thompson 1984 Garrett Thompson 1985 James Boegman 1986 James Boegman 1987 Tom McGinnis 1988 Bucky MacLaughlin 1989 Bucky MacLaughlin 1990 Drew Whitting 1991 Drew Whitting 1992 Sam Chesnut 1993 Matt Davis 1994 Matt Davis 1995 Matt Davis 1996 Jon Kalberer 1997 Matt Davis 1998 Tim Paschke 1999 Cody Rasmussen 2000 Charlie Toth 2001 Charlie Toth 2002 Paul Brehm 2003 Paul Brehm 2004 Chris Knaute 2005 Chris Knaute 2006 Chris Knaute Diving National Champions* Rick McAlister (1974), Three-meters Swimming All-Americans* Barry Bielinski (1963) Warren Flaherty (1969) Douglas Martin (1969) Bob Nieman ( ) Bryan Rye (1969) Stephen Seigler ( ) Diving All-Americans* Rick McAlister ( ) Daniel McClean (1965) U.S. Olympic Trials Drew Whitting Free ,500 Free Matt Davis Butterfly Matt Horner Back Matt Ihlenfeld Breast Breast Charlie Toth Free Free U.S. World Championships Trials Chris Knaute Free Free Olympic Team Bob Nieman 1976 Modern Pentathlon 1980 Modern Pentathlon, fencing 1988 Modern Pentathlon Conference Champions Tony Bamsey Breaststroke Free Paul Brehm Backstroke Backstroke Backstroke Sam Chesnut ,650 Free Matt Davis IM IM Butterfly Matt Ihlenfeld Breast Breast Breast Chris Knaute Free Free Free IM Free Free IM Bucky MacLauglin Free Free Free Brady Lindberg 2006 Platform Diving Paul Parmenter IM John Sayre IM IM Charlie Toth Free Drew Whitting Free ,650 Free Free Brehm, Dayton, Amidon, Toth Medley Relay Brehm, Dayton, Pounds, Amidon Medley Relay MWC Men s Swimmer of the Year Chris Knaute, 2005 MWC Diving Coach of the Year Stan Curnow, 2001, 2002, 2006 MWC Scholar-Athlete of the Year John Dayton 2003 Matt Karmondy 2006 MWC Senior Recognition Award Matt Horner 2002 Paul Brehm 2004 Matt Karmondy 2006 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Matt Karmondy, 2006 John Dayton, 2003 Charlie Toth, 2001 Shawn Whitson, 1982 Bill Lauritzen, 1973 College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Academic All-American Team Paul Brehm ( ) John Dayton ( , , , ) Tim Paschke ( ) Charlie Toth ( ) Academy Awards Athletic Leadership 1960 Derry Adamson 1968 John Graham 1969 Chris Curtis 1985 Troy Davis Scholar Athlete 1966 Ronald Grabe 1967 Gary Reid 1979 Frank Synder 1980 Dirk Jordan 2003 John Dayton 2006 Matt Karmondy Athletic Excellence 1975 Rick McAlister 2001 Charlie Toth 2006 Chris Knaute Rhodes Scholar Ken Davison, 1984 Academic All-Conference Andrew Badgett (1999, 00) James Bales (1998, 99, 00, 01) Andrew Bergman (2004, 05, 06) Casey Bowen (2001, 02, 03, 04) Paul Brehm (2001, 02, 03, 04) Spencer Butt (2006) Ben Chapman (2001, 04) T.J. Cowling (2005, 06) John Dayton (2000, 01, 02, 03) Dave Devemark (1997) Matt Dunker (1997) Matt Durkin ( ) Dave Dutcher ( ) John Fitzsimmons ( ) Mike Foster (1997, 98, 99) Steve Frank (1994) Andrew Hauffe (2006) Justin Hauffe (2004) Marshall Haylett (2000, 01, 02) Matt Horner (2000, 01, 02) Scott Hudson (1997, 98, 99) Matt Ihlenfeld (2000, 01) Matt Karmondy (2003, 04, 05, 06) Greg Kraus (1995) Spencer Liedl (2005, 06) Coby Leslie (1996) Sean Londrigan ( ) Rolf Lundemark (1993 & 95) James Marion (2000) James McCroan (2001, 02) McKay Morgan (2000) Ryan Moss (2004, 05, 06) John Olson (2000) Paul Parmenter (2004, 05, 06) Evan Parr (2002, 03, 04, 05) Tim Paschke (1998, 99, 00) Eric Patten (1991) Scott Percival (1998, 99, 00, 01) Rory Peterson (2001, 02, 03, 04) Mason Phelps (2001, 02, 03, 04) Eric Pounds (2001, 02, 03, 04) Cody Rasmussen (1997, 98, 99) Nate Rump (1991) Matt Shipstead (1998, 99, 00) Ted Seitz (2006) Matt Sievers (2004, 05, 06) Tim Songster ( ) Race Steinfort (2000, 01, 02) Andrew Stolee (2001) Shawn Strabley (2001) Derek Tharaldson (1997) Charlie Toth (2000, 01) Nick Uzelac (2005, 06) Patrick Vandam (2003) Mike Vetter ( ) Layne Wilson (2006) * - Listed All-Americans are first team only (placed one through eight) Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

17 50 FREESTYLE 1. Charlie Toth ('01) Trevor Kildare ('97) Bucky MacLaughlin ('91) John Dayton ('03) Tim Paschke ('00) Tyler Paige ('01) Tony Bamsey ('92) Garrett Lowe ('95) Quoc-Nam Nguyen ('02) Ryan Moss ( 07) Nate Amidon ('03) FREESTYLE 1. Charlie Toth ('01) Bucky MacLaughlin ('91) Tim Paschke ('00) John Dayton ('03) Tyler Paige ('01) Garrett Thompson ('84) Chris Knaute ( 07) Charles Lebeau ('06) Garrett Lowe ('95) T.J. Cowling ( 08) FREESTYLE 1. Chris Knaute ('07) 1: Drew Whitting ('93) 1: Bryan Avery ( 09) 1: Garrett Thompson ('84) 1: Tim Paschke ( 00) 1: Nate Amidon ('03) 1: Jon Kalberer ('96) 1: Greg Robertson ('92) 1: Casey Bowen ('04) 1: Sam Chesnut ('92) 1: FREESTYLE 1. Chris Knaute (07) 4: Drew Whitting ('93) 4:20.09$ Jon Kalberer ('96) 4: Sam Chesnut ('92) 4: Steve Sharpe ('91) 4: Brian Smith ('81) 4: James McCroan ('03) 4: Andy McCoy ('92) 4: Sean O Keefe ( 10) 4: Matt Karmondy ( 06) 4: ,000 FREESTYLE 1. Drew Whitting ('93) 9: Chris Knaute ('07) 9: Sam Chesnut ('92) 9: James Boegman ('86) 9: Matt Karmondy (06) 9: Sean O Keefe ( 10) 9: James McCroan ('03) 9: Jon Kalberer ('96) 9: Steve Sharpe ('91) 9: Ryan Fitzgerald ('05) 9: ,650 FREESTYLE 1. Chris Knaute ('07) 15: Drew Whitting ('93) 15: Sam Chesnut ('92) 15: James Boegman ('86) 15: Matt Karmondy (06) 15: Steve Sharpe ('91) 15: Jon Kalberer ('96) 15: James McCroan ('03) 15: Sean O Keefe ( 10) 15: Ryan Fitzgerald ('05) 15: INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Paul Parmenter ( 07) 1: Nick Burton ( 07) 1: Matt Davis ( 97) 1: Cody Rasmussen ( 99) 1: Chris Knaute ( 07) 1: Justin Lapin ( 07) 1: Eric Pounds ( 04) 1: Matt Horner ( 02) 1: John Dayton ( 03) 1: Mike Foster ( 99 ) 1: INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Chris Knaute ( 07) 3: Matt Davis ( 97) 3: Justin Lapin ( 07) 3: Drew Whitting ( 93) 3: Paul Parmenter ( 07) 3: Matt Horner ( 02) 3: Cody Rasmussen ( 99) 3: Josh Finch ( 01) 3: John Sayre ( 84) 3: Jim Boegman ( 86) 3: BUTTERFLY 1. Nick Burton ( 07) Eric Pounds ( 04) Bucky MacLaughlin ( 91) Charles Lebeau ( 06) Garrett Lowe ( 95) Charlie Toth ( 01) Matt Davis ( 97) Nate Amidon ( 03) Matt Sievers ( 07) Andrew Smith ( 00) Cody Rasmussen ( 99) BUTTERFLY 1. Matt Davis ('97) 1: Cody Rasmussen ('99) 1: Mike Brown ('86) 1: Eric Pounds ('04) 1: Chris Knaute ( 07) 1: Paul Parmenter ( 07) 1: Matt Sievers ( 07) 1: Paul Brehm ('04) 1: Eric Patten ('91) 1: Mason Phelps ('04) 1: USAFA T OP BACKSTROKE 1. Paul Brehm ('04) Charles Lebeau ('06) Evan Parr ('05) Lance Bohlman ('94) Race Steinfort ('02) Justin Lapin ( 07) Paul Parmenter ( 07) Derek Tharaldson ('98) Kai Yamashiro ( 09) Matt Horner ('02) BACKSTROKE 1. Paul Brehm ('04) 1: Matt Horner ('02) 1: Justin Lapin ('07) 1: Race Steinfort ('02) 1: Charles Lebeau ('06) 1: Evan Parr ('05) 1: Joe Alkire ('97) 1: Gerry Benson ('93) 1: Kai Yamashiro ( 09) 1: John Fitzsimmons ('93) 1: BREASTSTROKE 1. Matt Ihlenfeld ('01) John Dayton ('03) Shanon Anderson ('99) Tony Bamsey ('92) Justin Day ( 09) Wes Hallman ('90) Todd Scherm ('95) Andrew Bergman ( 07) Rich Sumrall (86) Nick Burton ( 07) Blake Chaney ( 98) BREASTSTROKE 1. Matt Ihlenfeld ('01) 1: Shanon Anderson ('99) 2: John Dayton ('03) 2: Nick Burton ( 07) 2: Ellis Eaton ( 93) 2: Paul Heitmeyer ( 96) 2: Andrew Bergman ( 07) 2: John Doolittle ( 92) 2: Mike Foster ( 99) 2: Greg Kraus ( 97) 2: Paul Gannett Class of Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

18 SERVICE ACADEMY freestyle 1 Noah White Navy Charlie Toth Air Force Mike Linn Navy Clinton Cornell Navy Joe Novak Army Joseph Smutz Navy Trevor Kildare Air Force Coll Haddon Army Terrence Fenningham Navy Bucky MacLaughlin Air Force Backstroke 1 Paul Brehm Air Force Charles Lebeau Air Force Kevin Mukri Navy Evan Parr Air Force Chris Ornee Navy Lance Bohlman Air Force Race Steinfort Air Force Justin Lapin Air Force Paul Parmenter Air Force Mike Linn Navy Individual Medley 1 Paul Parmenter Air Force 1:48: Nick Burton Air Force 1: Matt Davis Air Force 1: John VanSant Army 1: Cody Rasmussen Air Force 1: Chris Knaute Air Force 1: Justin Lapin Air Force 1: Ian Johnston Navy 1: Eric Pounds Air Force 1: Beau Oliver Navy 1: freestyle 1 Charlie Toth Air Force Mike Linn Navy Joseph Smutz Navy Joe Novak Army Noah White Navy Bucky MacLaughlin Air Force Tim Paschke Air Force Brett Cline Navy Clinton Cornell Navy Coll Haddon Army Backstroke 1 Paul Brehm Air Force 1: Matt Horner Air Force 1: Justin Lapin Air Force 1: Kevin Mukri Navy 1: Race Steinfort Air Force 1: Paul Kress Navy 1: Mike Heiny Jr Navy 1: Charles Lebeau Air Force 1: Rob Roland Army 1: Brad Juhl Navy 1: Individual Medley 1 Chris Knaute Air Force 3: Matt Davis Air Force 3: Justin Lapin Air Force 3: Drew Whitting Air Force 3: Paul Parmenter Air Force 3: Matt Horner Air Force 3: Cody Rasmussen Air Force 3: Rob Roland Army 3: Josh Finch Air Force 3: John Sayre Air Force 3: freestyle 1 Chris Knaute Air Force 1: Drew Whitting Air Force 1: Efri Ruthenberg Army 1: Britton Smith Navy 1: Lucas Meyers Army 1: Eric Winter Navy 1: Noah White Navy 1: Philip Williams Army 1: Brett Cline Navy 1: Bryan Avery Air Force 1: freestyle 1 Chris Knaute Air Force 4: Drew Whitting Air Force 4: Mark Mathson Army 4: Eric Winter Navy 4: Sumner Rollings Navy 4: Tim Gallaudet Navy 4: Britton Smith Navy 4: Jon Kalberer Air Force 4: Philip Williams Army 4: Sam Chesnut Air Force 4: Breaststroke 1 Matt Ihlenfeld Air Force John VanSandt Army John Dayton Air Force Ian Johnston Navy Coll Hadden Army Shanon Anderson Air Force Brooks Hollan Navy Phil Davis Navy Jake Mentele Army Peter Fehrig Navy Breaststroke 1 John VanSant Army 1: Ian Johnston Navy 1: Matt Ihlenfeld Air Force 1: Shanon Anderson Air Force 2: Jake Mentele Army 2: Dan Downs Army 2: John Dayton Air Force 2: Nick Burton Air Force 2: M. Eliaszewskyj Army 2: Phil Davis Navy 2: Freestyle Relay 1 Navy 1: (Smutz, Linn, Fenningham, White) 2 Air Force 1: (Paschke, Nguyen, Toth, Paige) 3 Army 1: (Sarakatsannis, Tieke, Welch, Anderson) 400 Freestyle Relay 1 Navy 2: (Smutz, Boyd, Fenningham, White) 2 Air Force 2: (Toth, Dayton, Amidon, Parker) 3 Army 3: (Anderson, Welch, Sarkatsannis, Williams) 800 Freestyle Relay 1 Air Force 6: (Knaute, Cowling, Lapin, Parmenter) 2 Army 6: (Anderson, Eddy, Kilroy, VanSant) 3 Navy 6: (Smith, Kennedy, Glaser, Loftin) 1000 freestyle 1 Drew Whitting Air Force 9: Chris Knaute Air Force 9: Sumner Rollings Navy 9: Mark Mathson Army 9: Eric Winter Navy 9: Eric Shangle Navy 9: Jon Kalberer Air Force 9: John Lory Army 9: Tim Gallaudet Navy 9: Jason Neilsen Army 9: Freestyle 1 Chris Knaute Air Force 15: Drew Whitting Air Force 15: Mark Mathson Army 15: Eric Winter Navy 15: Sam Chesnut Air Force 15: James Boegman Air Force 15: Matt Karmondy Air Force 15: Steve Sharpe Air Force 15: Britton Smith Navy 15: Eric Shangle Navy 15: Butterfly 1 Joe Novak Army , 99 2 Mike Linn Navy John Kilroy Army Nick Burton Air Force Eric Pounds Air Force Zach Disbrow Army B. MacLaughlin Air Force Charles Lebeau Air Force Tony Suzzi Army Terrance Fenningham Navy Butterfly 1 Matt Davis Air Force 1: Cody Rasmussen Air Force 1: John Kilroy Army 1: Mike Brown Air Force 1: Tom Albanese Army 1: Eric Pounds Air Force 1: Zach Disbrow Army 1: Chris Knaute Air Force 1:49: Paul Parmenter Air Force 1: Matt Sievers Air Force 1: Medley Relay 1 Air Force 1: (Brehm, Dayton, Amidon, Toth) 2 Navy 1: (Mukri, Kysiak, Linn, Smutz) 3 Army 1: Medley Relay 1 Air Force 3: (Brehm, Dayton, Pounds, Amidon) 2 Navy 3: (Mukri, Kysiak, Linn, Smutz) 3 Army 3: (Haddon, VanSant, Albanese, Kilroy) Team Breakdown Top 10 #1 s Air Force 67% 11 Navy 42% 1 Army 30% Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

19 LETTERWINNERS Letterwinners are listed as the following Name, graduation year, and years letters were earned. A Robert L. Abbott Richard S. Abramson Joseph Abrigo Derry Adamson James (Gary) Alexander John Alfred-Ockya Joe Alkire Chuck Alonzo Nate Amidon David K. Anderson Shanon Anderson Tom Anderson Alan Arata Mark Arnholt Jesse Ashe Bryan Avery Auston Ayres B Paul Baake Eric Baber Andrew Badgett Steven D Bailey James Bales Tony Bamsey Mike Bandow Robert Barnett Daniel T Barraza Stanley Bates Joseph M Baudendistel Kurt Becker Barry T Beilinski Gerald Benson Andrew Bergman Tyson Bertmaring Joshua Biedermann Michael P Blaisdell Bo (T.B.) Bloomer James Boegman Chris Bohn Russell T Bolt Michael J Bone Dirk Bouma Walter B Bourland Casey Bowen John E Jr. Boyd Jeff Braun Paul Brehm Eli Bremer Douglas R Brower Jeffrey H Brown Kevin Brown Michael L. Brown James W Bruskewitz Robert J. Buchanan Nick Burton John C Burwell Spencer Butt C Bernard B Callaway Lovick E Cannon Alfred L Canterbury Gary J. Carnes Thomas J Carpenter Michael H Carrier Geroge W. Carrington John Dayton Class of 2003 Blake Chaney Ben Chapman Sam Chesnut Mark C Chun Tommy Chung Howard Clark III James Cleary Charles S Clegg Clinton E Cline Phillip Cole Mark Collier Norman B Congdon Christopher A Cook Ralph C Cooper Jason Corbett Hank Cormier Charles E Coryn Daniel Cotton Gary N Covington Trebor Cowling Christopher L Curtis D Matt Davis Kenneth Davison Justin Day John Dayton Erick W. Deardorf William F Deeley Marvin J Derrick Carl Devemark Matthew Dixon Nick Dixon John Doolittle John W Dow Matt Dunker Matt Durkin David Dutcher E Jack East Ellis Eaton James A Eberthardt Matt Edwards Joel Everard F Richard C Fairlamb Jeff Faley Eric Falk Jerry Farquahr Robert Fay Stephen J Feaster Gary A Fedel Michael L Ferguson Robb Fiechtner Philip Fields Josh Finch Samuel P III Finch Bruce D Fisher Ryan Fitzgerald John Fitzsimmons Warren T Flaherty Derek Fletcher Frank Flores Michael Foster Mike Foutch John J Jr Francis Steve Frank G Matt Gee Gregory J Gempler Nicholas Gentice Tim Gillaspie Ronald J Grabe Mike Grados John G Graham John Jr Graham Patrick Graham Davey Greer William M Griffith H Gary Hackbarth Joey R Hackbarth Richard H III Hagelin Aaron Hale Ira D Hale Matt Hall Zach Hall Wes Hallman Steven A Halvorsen Richard P Jr Hamlin Doug Hammen Robert J Hampson William K Happ Rufus D Harris Carl M Hatelid Les Hauck Andrew Hauffe Justin Hauffe Marshall Haylett Kevin Heath Paul Heitmeyer William M Hembrough Tom Henry Philip R Jr Hepburn William Hepler John Hickok James L Higham Lincoln Hill Kimberly E Hillen Dan Hogan James R Hogue Charles F Holloway Matthew Horner James J Hourin Scott Hudson John S Hughes Douglas S Hulse Karl T Hutchinson I Matt Ihlenfeld J Don E Jackson William F Jr Jaep James L Jamerson Andrew Jett Brad Johns Eric M. Johnson Richard K Johnson Brad Jones Francis V Jones Jarrett D Jordan Matt Jurcak K Jon Kalberer Timothy E Kane Matt Karmondy Richard Kattau Todd Kechter David Keddington Tyler Keltner Kelvin P Kemp John W III Kennon Trevor Kildare David Kincaid Robert K Kirch Paul Kitko Chris Knaute Steven C Koraly Brian Korsedal John Korsedal Greg Krauss Steven A Kux Theodore G II Kyrazis Ben Chapman Class of Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

20 SERVICE ACADEMY 10 L Lars Lansford Justin Lapin Wallis Laughrey William G Lauritzen Karim Lazarus Charles LeBeau Steve Lee Warren J Leek Jay Lennon Michael C Leonard Richard A Leopold Coby Leslie Coby Leslie David H Leverett Ronald Lewandowski Spencer Liedl Keith G Limbird Brady Lindberg Cameron Linder Jason Lindgren John R Lipp John M Livingood Sean Londrigan Mark J Lorenz Brian L Losey Chris Lowe Garrett M. Lowe Jay Lowell Glen J. Luette Rolf Lundmark M John Mackow Bucky MacLaughlin Donald W Magee John Mallard James Marion David L Marshall Jeff Marshall William C Marshall Douglas K Martin Timothy S Martin E. Martingiette John L Masin William M Mason John P Massey Marco J. Matchefts Mike May Richard W McAlister Grant McCall Ben McCorkle Daniel C Jr McCorry Andy McCoy Thomas M McCrackin James McCroan John McGarrity Tom McGinnis Matthew P McKeon George E McLain Daniel P McLean William C II McLeod Donald L McSwain John C Merrell David L Merrill Jeff Meyers Robert F Miller Andrew Mitchell Shannon Moran MGR Mark E Morgan Matthew Morgan Bob Morse Ryan Moss Allan E Jr Mueller Craig L Murra Ronald W Murray Mark A Muttilainen N Theodore E Needham Bruce M Nelson George J Nelson Quoc-Nam Nguyen David C Nichols George C IV Nield Robert L Nieman Ryan Nofziger O Terrence O'Donnell Frederick W Offutt Richard D O'Keefe Carl W Oliver Matt Olson James W III O'Neal Mike Outlaw P Tyler Paige Michael P Paquette David Parker Robert H Parker Stewart Parker Paul Parmenter Evan Parr Tim Paschke Eric Patten Ralph W Paulson Aerick Paxton Brian Pendergast Scott Percival Raymond P Perkowski Rory Peterson Mason Phelps Dan Phenicie Benjamin W Jr Phillips Robert L Pickrell Richard A Pilling Franz Plescha James C Jr Poole Douglas A Poorman Eric Pounds Rich Prior R Cody Rasmussen Roger W Rechsteiner David J Reed Jarve G Reid Bryan T Riba Jeff Roberson Greg Robertson Peter N Rogas Randy Rogers Matt Rough Nathan Rump Thomas M Ryan Bryan A Rye S Ted Saitz John R. Sayre Roswell M. Schenck Todd Scherm Louis Schiffl Paul M. Schmidt Joe Scholtz John W. III Schrott Michael S. Schulenberg Christopher S. Scott Robert A. Seamster Stephen S. Seigler Scott Selz Timothy A. Shaffer Khalil Sharif Steve Sharpe Stephen D. Sheehan Jim Sheridan Joseph T. Shinnick Matt Shipstead Matt Sievers Barry N. Simmons James R. Simpson Wendell P. III Simpson Thomas C. Skillman Floyd M. Jr. Smiley Jeffrey L. Smiley Andrew Smith Brian C. Smith Peter Smith Francis E. Snyder Timothy Songster Greg Soukup David J. Specht Jason Spees Dan Spires Dave Squires Drew Steadman Randall S. Stedman Eugene Stein Edward Steinfort Chad Steipp Parker Stewart Robert W. Stinson Jeffrey J. Stoddard Andrew Stolee Shawn Strabley William E. Straw Hugh D. Stump Paul B. Sullivan Rich Sumrall Terry M. Symens T Donald R. Talbott Derek Tharaldson Garrett J. Thompson James M. Thompson Jeffrey G. Thompson Alan Thurber Eric Pounds Class of 2004 Stephen W. Tibbitts Michael W. Toepfer Charles Toth Thomas A. Treadon Eric Trimble Jack R. Trimble Hans Tritico U Nick Uzelac V Brian A. Vance David K. Vandam Patrick Vandam Mike Vetter W Brian J. Walsh Timothy J. Ward John J. Warner Steven C. Waters Charles D. Watson David B. Weber Norman A. Weinberg Karol R. Welling Cyrus C. Whinnery Bishop III White Gordon White Richard H. White James M. Whitted Drew Whitting Stanley F. Wiegman Jason Wierzbanowski Robert B. Wilcoxon David L. Williams Earl R. Williams John Williams Thomas A. Williams Layne Wilson Richard M. Wise Jasper S. Woodward Joseph Wotton Y Kai Yamashiro Kimo Yamashiro George O III Young Z Michael A. Zappia Jay Zuber James Zwyer Greg Edmonds Class of Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

21 WHERE ARE T HEY Maj. Bucky MacLaughlin Class of 1991 F-117A Weapons School Instructor 417th Weapons Squadron Holloman AFB, NM OW... HEY N OW Capt. Joe Alkire Class of 1997 HH-60G Pavehawk Helicopter Pilot Air Force Special Ops 66th Rescue Squadron Nellis AFB, NV Joe Alkire (Left) Capt. Mike Foster Class of 1999 PhD Candidate Rochester Institute of Technology, NY Capt. Marshal Haylett Class of 2002 C-17 Pilot Charleston AFB Charleston, S.C. Capt. Matt Shipstead Class of 2001 C-130 co-pilot 37th Airlift Squadron Ramstein Air Base Germany Capt. Matt Ihlenfeld Class of 2001 KC-135R Pilot Grissom ARB, Indiana Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

22 WHERE ARE T HEY OW... HEY N OW 2nd. Lt. Matt Karmondy Class of 2006 Graduate Student Aeronautics/Astronautics MIT James Bales (left side) Class of 2001 Orthodepic Residency San Antonio, TX Professional Triathlete 1st. Lt. JP McCroan Class of 2003 F-16 Pilot 35th Fighter Squadron Kunsan AB, South Korea Inside the Numbers Year W L Coach Dr. M.M. MacKenzie Dr. M.M. MacKenzie Dr. M.M. MacKenzie Capt. Paul Cleland Capt. Paul Cleland Capt. Paul Cleland Capt. Bob Nugent Capt. Bob Nugent Capt. Bob Nugent Capt. Bob Nugent Capt. Paul Arata Capt. Paul Arata Maj. Paul Arata Maj. Paul Arata Maj. Paul Arata Maj. Paul Aehnlich Maj. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Lt. Col. Paul Arata Capt. Kelly Kemp Capt. Kelly Kemp Maj. Kelly Kemp Capt. Jim Hogue Maj. Jim Hogue Casey Converse Casey Converse Casey Converse Casey Converse Casey Converse Casey Converse Casey Converse Casey Converse Casey Converse * Casey Converse Rob Clayton Rob Clayton Rob Clayton Rob Clayton Rob Clayton Rob Clayton Rob Clayton * Rob Clayton (77% winning percentage) * season record includes a tie Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

23 U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY The United States Air Force Academy offers a four-year program of instruction and experience designed to provide cadets the knowledge and character essential for leadership, and the motivation to serve as Air Force career officers. Each cadet graduates with a bachelor of science degree and a commission as a second lieutenant in the Air Force. COURSE OF STUDY Cadets are exposed to a balanced curriculum that provides a general and professional foundation essential to a career Air Force officer. Special needs of future Air Force officers are met by professionally oriented courses, including human physiology, computer science, economics, military history, astronautics, law and political science. The core curriculum includes courses in science, engineering, social sciences and humanities. Cadets take additional elective courses to complete requirements for one of 25 major areas of study. About 60 percent of the cadets complete majors in science and engineering; the other 40 percent graduate in the social sciences and humanities. Some of the most popular majors include management, astronautical engineering, international affairs and political science, history, behavioral science, civil engineering, aeronautical engineering, electrical engineering and engineering mechanics. FACULTY COMPOSITION The majority of the Academy's nearly 600 faculty members are Air Force officers. They are selected primarily from career-officer volunteers who have established outstanding records of performance and dedication. Each has at least a master's degree and more than 35 percent have doctorates. In addition to imparting knowledge, each faculty member must assist with the development of character and qualities of leadership essential to future Air Force career officers and the motivation of service to country. To provide greater contributions by a diverse faculty, the Academy has several distinguished civilian professors and associate professors who serve one or more years. Officers from other services are members of the faculty as well, and a small number of officers from allied countries teach in the foreign language, history and political science departments. Distinguished civilian and military lecturers also share their expertise with the cadets during the academic year. ATHLETIC PROGRAM The Academy's athletic program is designed to improve physical fitness, teach athletic skills and develop leadership qualities. To achieve its goals, the Academy offers some of the most extensive physical education, intramural sports and intercollegiate athletic programs in the nation. Cadets take at least three different physical education courses each year. MILITARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING An aerospace-oriented military education, training and leadership program begins with basic cadet training and continues throughout the four years. Seniors are responsible for the leadership of the cadet wing, while juniors and sophomores perform lower-level leadership and instructional tasks. Cadets are projected into as many active leadership roles as possible to prepare them to be effective Air Force officers. Fundamental concepts of military organization -- drill, ethics, honor, Air Force heritage and physical training -- are emphasized the first summer during basic cadet training. Freshmen then study the military role in U.S. society as well as the mission and organization of the Air Force. Sophomores receive instruction in communicative skills, and juniors study the combat and operational aspects of the Air Force. Military studies for the senior class focus on military thought. The Academy offers courses in flying, navigation, soaring and parachuting, building from basic skills to instructor duties. Cadets may fly light aircraft with the Cadet Flying Team. Those not qualified for flight training must enroll in a basic aviation course. Astronomy and advanced navigation courses also are available. Students bound for pilot training enroll in the flight screening program at the Academy and fly the DA-20 Katana aircraft. Summer training for cadets is divided into three, three-week training periods. There are a variety of programs available, and each cadet is required to complete two training periods each summer with leave during the other period. All new cadets take six weeks of basic cadet training in their first summer. Combat survival training is a required threeweek program during cadets' second summer. For other second-summer training periods, cadets have options such as working with young airmen in an operational unit at an Air Force installation, airborne parachute training, soaring or basic free-fall parachute training. During their last two summers, all cadets are offered leadership training as supervisors or instructors in summer programs, such as basic cadet training, survival training, freefall parachuting and soaring. Extracurricular activities also are an integral part of the education program. The cadet ski club, drum and bugle corps, cadet chorale and forensics are a few of the programs available. NOMINATIONS Nominations to the Academy may be obtained through a congressional sponsor or by meeting eligibility criteria in other categories of competition established by law. For information on admission procedures, write to HQ USAFA/RRS; 2304 Cadet Drive, Suite 200; USAF Academy, CO HISTORY -- In 1948, a board of leading civilian and military educators was appointed to plan the curriculum for an academy that would meet the needs of the newly established Air Force. The board determined that Air Force requirements could not be met by expanding the other service academies and recommended an Air Force academy be established without delay. In 1949, then Secretary of the Air Force W. Stuart Symington appointed a commission to assist in selecting a site and on April 1, 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower authorized creation of the United States Air Force Academy. After considering 580 sites in 45 states, the commission narrowed the choice to three locations. The summer of 1954, Secretary of the Air Force Harold Talbott selected a site near Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado contributed $1 million toward purchase of the property. In July 1955, the first academy class entered interim facilities at Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, while construction began. It was sufficiently completed for occupancy by the cadet wing in late August Initial construction cost was $142 million. Women entered the academy on June 28, 1976, as members of the class of Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

24 U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY ADMINISTRATION Lieutenant General John F. Regni is superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo. He directs a four-year academic, military training, athletic and character development program leading to a bachelor's degree and commission as an Air Force officer. The general was commissioned in the Air Force following graduation from the U.S. Air Force Academy in His career has encompassed a wide range of personnel, training and command assignments, and he has served at base, numbered air force, major command, Air Staff and joint unified command levels. Prior to his stint at the Academy, he served as Commander, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. The general s military awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal with oak leaf cluster, Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal with silver oak leaf cluster and Air Force Commendation Medal. U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY SENIOR STAFF Commandant of Cadets Brig. General Susan Y. Desjardins Dean of Faculty Brig. General Dana H. Born Air Force Men s Swimming & Diving

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