• #11 Rifle sets program record, but Falls to #2 Kentucky

    By JJ Klein
    Army Athletic Communications

    The 11th-ranked Army West Point rifle team set a program record with an aggregate mark of 4,682 in its season-opener on Saturday. Despite the program feat, the Black Knights fell to Great America Rifle Conference (GARC) foe No. 2 Kentucky, which shot a score of 4,709.
    Army shot its portion of the match virtually in the Tronsrue Marksmanship Center, while Kentucky competed at their own range in Lexington, Kentucky.
    “This is a weird situation to be in,” said Army head coach Web Wright. “We set a program record, but I was expecting a higher score based on the performances we’ve seen over the last couple of weeks.”
    All of Army’s scorers in smallbore had marks above 577. Read More

  • Army football earns third straight win; Tops UTSA

    The Army West Point football team earned its third straight victory with a 28-16 triumph over the University of Texas-San Antonio Saturday afternoon at the Alamodome in San Antonio. The win puts Army at 5-1 on the season, while the Roadrunners dropped to 3-3. Freshman quarterback Cade Ballard made his first career start for the Black Knights and finished with one touchdown. Sophomore quarterback Tyhier Tyler (above) made his Army debut under center, finishing with a touchdown and 95 yards on 19 carries. The Black Knights got on the board first, as sophomore running back Anthony Adkins broke free for a 66-yard touchdown run, the Black Knights’ longest play of the season and a career-long rush for Adkins. Read More

  • Army wins second straight women’s XC ‘Star’ meet

    By Nick Lovera
    Army Athletic Communications

    For the second consecutive season, the Army West Point women’s cross country team defeated service academy rival Navy at the Army-Navy ‘Star’ Meet to kick off the 2020-21 Army-Navy ‘Star’ Series presented by USAA.
    For the third meet in a row, freshmen Georgia Jones and Helen Shearer led the charge for the Black Knights, placing second and third respectively en route to a 27-29 win for the Black Knights at the USNA Cross Country Course at the Naval Academy’s golf course Saturday at Annapolis, Maryland.
    The pair have been superb to start their Army careers, with Jones placing first and Shearer placing second on the team in each of Army’s three meets this season.
    Depth was key for the Black Knights in the race, as the Cadets claimed six of the top ten positions. Read More

  • Sports calendar


    Saturday, 1:30 p.m.—UTSA, Alamodome in San Antonio. (TV: CBS SPORTS NETWORK.)

    Oct. 24, 1:30 p.m.—Mercer, MICHIE STADIUM. (TV: CBS SPORTS NETWORK.)


    Saturday, 4 p.m.—Merchant Marine Academy, Gillis Field House. (Event closed to outside spectators.)

    Men’s and Women’s Cross Country

    Saturday, TBA—Navy. Annapolis, Maryland.

    Sprint Football

    Oct. 25, 1 p.m.—Navy, Annapolis, Maryland. Read More

  • Army claims two exhibition victories at Coast Guard

    By Nick Lovera
    Army Athletic Communications

    The Army West Point volleyball team saw its first action of 2020, claiming two 3-0 victories over the Coast Guard Academy Saturday in New London, Connecticut.
    After several intersquad scrimmages at Gillis Field House, the matches marked the first time the Black Knights were able to compete against another team since the COVID-19 outbreak that led to the postponement of the NCAA volleyball season.
    The day was a great opportunity for Army’s 12-member freshmen class to see their first competitive action, and they piled up the statsheet.
    Freshman outside hitter Allanah Cutler was Army’s top scorer on the day, recording five kills in the first contest and a team-leading eight kills in match two. Freshman setter Isabella Sullivan was the team’s top setter on the day, leading the team with 11 assists in game one and 14 assists in match two. Read More

  • Army-Navy Star Series tilt to be played Oct. 25

    The Army Sprint football contest against Navy initially scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday in Annapolis, Md., has been pushed back to Oct. 25. The start time for the Star Series matchup, which is presented by USAA, will be 1 p.m. Attendance for the event will be limited to Midshipmen. It will not be open to the outside public. The game will be broadcast on ESPN+. Since the start of the 2012 season, Army owns a record of 6-4 over the Midshipmen. During that span neither team has won more than two consecutive games. Of the 82 games that have been played in the rivalry, 37 have been decided by a single possession. The contest initially scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 4 at West Point will not be rescheduled. Read More

  • Army West Point football defeats The Citadel, 14-9

    By Rachel Caton
    Army Athletic Communications

    Army West Point football defeated The Citadel, 14-9, on Saturday afternoon at Michie Stadium.
    The defense made its presence known immediately, as sophomore defensive back Marquel Broughton hauled in his second interception of the season and career just 38 seconds into the game.
    The Citadel got on the board first, with a 39 yard field goal as the clock expired on the first quarter.
    The Black Knights entered the second quarter trailing 3-0, the first time they have been behind at Michie Stadium in 2020.
    With 2:57 left in the first half, sophomore quarterback Jemel Jones got the Black Knights on the board with a 29 yard touchdown pass to sophomore wide receiver Reikan Donaldson and senior kicker Landon Salyers’ extra point made it 7-3, Army. Read More

  • Beat Citadel Boxing Rumble scheduled for Friday

    The Beat Citadel Boxing Rumble card Friday at Trophy Point:

    MAX WT: 132-pound females
    RED CORNER: Emma Begin  (H-1)
    Grace Martin  (D-3)

    MAX WT: 156-pound males
    RED CORNER: Ezekiel Mercado  (D-2)
    BLUE CORNER: Will Naumann  (D-2)

    MAX WT: 122-pound females
    RED CORNER: Leija Cobb  (B-4)
    BLUE CORNER: Jahryca McClean  (H-1)

    MAX WT: Heavyweight
    RED CORNER: Matt Beason  (F-2)
    BLUE CORNER: Xavier Williams  (E-1)

    MAX WT: 132-pound females
    RED CORNER: Kristina Hughes  (E-4)
    BLUE CORNER: Jac Chronister  (I-4)

    MAX WT: 152-pound males
    RED CORNER: Shane Ferry  (D-4)
    BLUE CORNER: Mike Matthews  (A-1)

    MAX WT: 200-pound males
    RED CORNER: Elias Manning  (B-4)
    BLUE CORNER: Chris Sharfin  (G-1)

    MAX WT: 165-pound females
    RED CORNER: Sidney Sandburg  (G-4)
    BLUE CORNER: Ruby Romsland  (E-4)

    MAX WT: 152-pound males
    RED CORNER: Lawrence Shepherd  (A-2)
    Isaiah Queen  (G-1)

    The Army West Point boxing team is hosting the BEAT CITADEL Boxing Rumble from 4:30-8:30 p.m. Read More
  • Help virtually sell out Army-Air Force football

    By Army Athletic Communications

    Army Fans,
    We miss you on football Saturdays at West Point. We miss tailgating at Buffalo Solider Field. We miss watching the Cadet Review from the Plain. We miss the spirit of Black Knights Alley. We miss cheering on the parachute team as they deliver the game ball. We miss the roar from the crowd after an Army score. Most of all, we miss YOU and a SOLD OUT Michie Stadium.
    As the leaves begin to change and the calendar turns to November, that means one thing on the banks of the Hudson River: Army vs. Air Force football presented by USAA. The past six Army-Air Force matchups at Michie Stadium have been witnessed by sellout crowds. Read More

  • Men’s Soccer shuts down Merchant Marine Academy, 4-0

    The Army West Point men’s soccer team came out victorious once again against the Merchant Marine Academy, this time by a 4-0 score Saturday at Clinton Field at Malek Stadium. The Black Knights shut down the Mariners in back-to-back weekends. Junior midefielder Oscar Pereira had a standout game with five points, while junior forward Jake Burgess finished with two. Army and Merchant Marine Academy were knotted at 0-0 until Periera put home a penalty kick in the 36th minute to spark the scoring run for the Cadets. Junior goaltender Jacob Suppiah recorded his second-straight shutout against Merchant Marine Academy. The Cadets out shot the Mariners 25-0. Read More

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