KAMRYN WILLIAMS RUMORS

Air Force braces for second game without its point guard

Kamryn Williams gives interviews with the same confidence in which he plays basketball for Air Force, rarely hesitating the slightest bit. But he gave a long pause after being asked how the Falcons, missing their point guard, matched their lowest turnover margin of the conference season. "I feel like we really took care of the ball because J-Hamm (Justin Hammonds), really...
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February 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Wyoming chases down Air Force men after Falcons led by 15

Air Force spent more time looking at the pursuer in the rearview mirror than paying attention to what it was doing. In doing so, it forgot one key component. "We just took our foot off the pedal," forward Kamryn Williams said. The Falcons led Wyoming by 15 points early, then tensed up and watched it slowly unraveled into a 66-59 loss Wednesday at Clune Arena. "...
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January 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Air Force holds the line to beat UNLV, 75-68

Tre' Coggins' layup with 36 seconds left in the game gave Air Force the lead and Kamryn Williams sealed the win by converting four of six free throws as the Falcons beat UNLV, 75-68 Saturday night. Coggins layup answered a pair of free throws by Deville Smith that put UNLV up, 68-67 with :49 to play. Williams was fouled pulling down a defensive rebound and converted both...
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January 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Air Force 67, Texas-Pan American 50

Todd Fletcher led four Air Force players in double figures with 15 points, and Kamryn Williams had his first career double-double to lead the Falcons to a 67-50 victory over Texas-Pan American on Monday night. Williams tied his career high with 11 points and grabbed a career-best 10 rebounds. Air Force (10-4) survived another slow start, trailing by seven in the first half against...
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January 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Air Force shuts down Western State in 65-37 win

Air Force hit 10 3-pointers and held Western State (Colo.) to 31.3 percent shooting in a 65-37 win on Friday night. Freshman Kamryn Williams went 4 for 4 from the floor in leading the Falcons (3-0) with 10 points against the Division II Mountaineers. Fourteen players scored for Air Force, which won for the 17th consecutive time in the series. Travis Shepherd led Western State ...
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November 18, 2011  |  Discuss

Air Force 65, Western St. (Col.) 37

Air Force hit 10 3-pointers and held Western State (Colo.) to 31.3 percent shooting in a 65-37 win on Friday night. Freshman Kamryn Williams went 4 for 4 from the floor in leading the Falcons (3-0) with 10 points against the Division II Mountaineers. Fourteen players scored for Air Force, which won for the 17th consecutive time in the series. Travis Shepherd led Western State ...
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November 18, 2011  |  Discuss
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