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  • Davis named CGA regular season All-American

    Following an impressive campaign, sophomore Mathew Davis has been named a College Gymnastics Association All-American on floor exercise. Davis excelled on the floor this season, posting scores of above 14 on seven different occasions. In Army’s dual meet win against service academy rival Air Force, he posted a career-best 14.500 to lead Army to its first win over its rival since 2016. He becomes the first cadet to receive the honor from the CGA since Brian Lee was named an All-American on still rings in 2005. The Frisco, Texas, native followed his NCAA Individual Finals performance from 2019 with an accolade-filled 2020. He was recognized as Gymnast of the Week by the ECAC on three separate occasions. He set new career-highs on five different apparatuses throughout the course of the season. Read More

  • Sullivan named football’s director of recruiting

    Army West Point football head coach Jeff Monken announced the addition of Mike Sullivan to his staff as the director of recruiting March 19.
    Sullivan, a 1989 U.S. Military Academy graduate, comes back to West Point after coaching in the NFL.
    “We are thrilled to welcome Mike Sullivan back home to the banks of the Hudson and the Army Football Brotherhood,” Monken said. “His wealth of knowledge of the academy and his wealth of experience in the NFL make him a premier addition to our team. He will be a great source of knowledge for our staff and players and will help us continue to raise the bar in our recruiting efforts and development of our players.”
    Sullivan most recently was the quarterbacks coach of the Denver Broncos and the offensive coordinator of the New York Giants, mentoring Pro Bowl Players Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. Read More

  • All Army West Point athletics events cancelled

    The Army West Point Athletic Association has officially announced the cancellation of all remaining athletic events for the 2019-20 season.
    Due to the increased concerns around COVID-19, Army Athletics is in alignment with the NCAA and Patriot League decisions to immediately suspend all athletic activities for all teams.
    “We all have the core instinct to fight and to compete, but it has reached the point where competing under the current conditions may bring us more harm than good,” Army West Point Athletic Director Mike Buddie said. “Our number one concern is the health and safety of our cadet-athletes, coaches, staff and their families. The decision to suspend all practices and competitions helps to promote social distances and has the potential to prevent the spread of the virus. Read More

  • Davis named CGA regular season All-American

    Following an impressive campaign, sophomore Mathew Davis has been named a College Gymnastics Association All-American on floor exercise. Davis excelled on the floor this season, posting scores of above 14 on seven different occasions. In Army’s dual meet win against service academy rival Air Force, he posted a career-best 14.500 to lead Army to its first win over its rival since 2016. He becomes the first cadet to receive the honor from the CGA since Brian Lee was named an All-American on still rings in 2005. The Frisco, Texas, native followed his NCAA Individual Finals performance from 2019 with an accolade-filled 2020. He was recognized as Gymnast of the Week by the ECAC on three separate occasions. He set new career-highs on five different apparatuses throughout the course of the season. Read More

  • Sullivan named football’s director of recruiting

    Army West Point football head coach Jeff Monken announced the addition of Mike Sullivan to his staff as the director of recruiting March 19.
    Sullivan, a 1989 U.S. Military Academy graduate, comes back to West Point after coaching in the NFL.
    “We are thrilled to welcome Mike Sullivan back home to the banks of the Hudson and the Army Football Brotherhood,” Monken said. “His wealth of knowledge of the academy and his wealth of experience in the NFL make him a premier addition to our team. He will be a great source of knowledge for our staff and players and will help us continue to raise the bar in our recruiting efforts and development of our players.”
    Sullivan most recently was the quarterbacks coach of the Denver Broncos and the offensive coordinator of the New York Giants, mentoring Pro Bowl Players Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. Read More

  • All Army West Point athletics events cancelled

    The Army West Point Athletic Association has officially announced the cancellation of all remaining athletic events for the 2019-20 season.
    Due to the increased concerns around COVID-19, Army Athletics is in alignment with the NCAA and Patriot League decisions to immediately suspend all athletic activities for all teams.
    “We all have the core instinct to fight and to compete, but it has reached the point where competing under the current conditions may bring us more harm than good,” Army West Point Athletic Director Mike Buddie said. “Our number one concern is the health and safety of our cadet-athletes, coaches, staff and their families. The decision to suspend all practices and competitions helps to promote social distances and has the potential to prevent the spread of the virus. Read More

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  • Hanson, Kutz earn rifle All-America honors

    The junior co-captain duo of Clayton Hanson and Kaitlyn Kutz of the Army West Point rife team both earned NRA All-America honors. Hanson was tabbed a second team all-American in smallbore and Kutz was named a second team all-American in air rifle.
    This marks the first time since 2014 that the Black Knights have had multiple all-Americans in a season.
    For Hanson this marks his second all-American honor as he also earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association (CRCA) All-American honorable mention nods on Saturday.
    He was additionally a Second Team All-Great American Rifle Conference (GARC) selection in smallbore and aggregate.
    The Jamestown, New York, native posted an average score of 582.3 in smallbore this season and hit at least the 580 mark in all but one match. Read More

  • All Army West Point athletics events cancelled

    The Army West Point Athletic Association has officially announced the cancellation of all remaining athletic events for the 2019-20 season.
    Due to the increased concerns around COVID-19, Army Athletics is in alignment with the NCAA and Patriot League decisions to immediately suspend all athletic activities for all teams.
    “We all have the core instinct to fight and to compete, but it has reached the point where competing under the current conditions may bring us more harm than good,” Army West Point Athletic Director Mike Buddie said. “Our number one concern is the health and safety of our cadet-athletes, coaches, staff and their families. The decision to suspend all practices and competitions helps to promote social distances and has the potential to prevent the spread of the virus. Read More

  • Sharp shooting leads women’s basketball past Colgate

    Behind a school-record tying 14 three-pointers, Army West Point women’s basketball topped Patriot League foe Colgate 81-67 on senior day Saturday in Christl Arena.
    Army’s (8-20, 4-13 Patriot League) top-two contributors were sophomore guards Natalie Stralkus and Sarah Bohn, each of whom registered new career highs in points.
    Stralkus poured in 21 on 7-of-10 shooting from beyond-the-arc, while Bohn registered 20 points and shot 6-of-10 from three-point range.
    Army also had two more players score in double digits, as freshman forward Kamryn Hall and sophomore forward Kate Murray each finished the game with 12 points.
    Overall, the Cadets shot 44.8 percent from the field and 46.7 percent from deep.
    For Colgate (19-9, 11-6 Patriot League), Rachel Thompson led the way with 17 points and was 5-of-5 from the charity stripe. Read More

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