Ryan Swan transferred to Overland High School in Aurora, Colorado after his sophomore season with Marana and he helped lead the Trailblazers to a Colorado 5A state championship in 2015. Swan played a year with the Air Force prep school before earning a starting position with the Falcons.
Swan’s sister, Jamee Swan, was an All-Pac-12 standout with Colorado after graduating from Marana and she scored over 1,000 for the Buffaloes and was named to the program’s All-Decade Team.
The first three of the game is an important one.
— Air Force Men's Basketball (@AF_MBB) February 9, 2020
Ryan Swan scored his 1,000th point with Air Force on Feb. 15. and the Falcons ended the season with a loss to San Diego State at the Mountain West Championships on Mar. 5. Swan was an All-Mountain West selection after his junior season.
Raise the roof, @ryanswan2015!
1⃣0⃣0⃣0⃣ points & counting pic.twitter.com/2Xy7gjJUKt
— Air Force Men's Basketball (@AF_MBB) February 15, 2020
Future looks bright 💡 for our senior class pic.twitter.com/stXheqbp04
— Air Force Men's Basketball (@AF_MBB) February 22, 2020
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