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Air Force had a single bright spot that year, an overtime win over Army, the school’s fi rst-ever over another service academy. The Falcons didn’t win again. “We had to change


everything,” Seremet said. “We really had no choice.” For 2011, Seremet and assistant Bill Wilson, a former head coach at Dartmouth, overhauled the team’s recruiting, focusing fi rst on Colorado and other non-East Coast states where the sport was growing fast. Among their fi rst local fi nds was Erik Smith, a football and lacrosse star from Denver who had been headed to Dartmouth. In more traditional hotbeds, Seremet and Wilson sold their small roster to players like Mike Crampton, a New Jersey attackman, as a chance for playing time.


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Seremet found comfort in his team in the months following the October 2013 car crash in which his wife, Sonia, died.


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