• Army Hockey reveals 2018-19 schedule

    With less than 90 days remaining until the first contest, head coach Brian Riley of the Army West Point Hockey team revealed the 2018-19 schedule, which will feature 17 home games including a weekend series against service academy rival Air Force and an international competition with the Royal Military College at Tate Rink.
    “We are very excited about the 2018-19 schedule,” Riley said. “We start the season off by facing three very talented non-league opponents. I’m hopeful that these early games will help prepare us as we head into our Atlantic Hockey schedule.
    “Our fans will have an opportunity to once again see many of the outstanding Atlantick Hockey teams here at West Point. I also know our fans will enjoy having the chance to see our two rivals Air Force and RMC at Tate Rink,” he added. Read More

  • Army Football welcomes its Class of 2022

    Army West Point Football head coach Jeff Monken announced a recruiting class of 79 athletes participating in Reception Day Monday at West Point.
    The Class of 2022 marks Monken’s fourth full recruiting class and includes players from 23 states.
    West Point officially welcomed its newest freshman class on Monday for the start of Cadet Basic Training.
    Monken praised his staff for the hard work they put in to get the Class of 2022 to West Point. Georgia has the most incoming members of the Class of 2022 with 13 joining the brotherhood.
    Army welcomed 12 players from Texas and 10 from Virginia. Six recruits are from Florida and five are coming to campus from Louisiana.
    There are four rookies hailing from North Carolina and Maryland, while three hail from Pennsylvania and California. Read More

  • West Point Summer Softball League Standings

    STANDINGS                        W   -   L
    1. GARRISON                          17   -   4
    2. LRC/DPW                            15   -   5
    3. ODIA                                     10   -   4
    4. ENGINEERS                        11   -   6
    5. MPs/DES                               11   -   7
    6. MEDDAC                                9   -   7
    STANDINGS                          W   -   L
    7. CLS                                           10   -   9
    8. STEWART MARINES          6   -    8
    9. Read More

  • Rosoff, Burggraaf named ACBA/Rawlings All-Region team

    Two cadet-athletes from the Army West Point Baseball team were selected to the 2018 American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings NCAA Div. I All-Region team June 14.
    The teams are voted on by members of the American Baseball Coaches Association and the process is led by the ABCA NCAA Div. I All-America Committee.
    Newly commissioned 2nd Lt. Jon Rosoff and rising senior Daniel Burggraaf were honored after being named to the first and second team, respectively, for the Northeast Region.
    Rosoff and Burggraaf are the first two Black Knights selected to the all-region teams since the 2015 season when right-handed pitcher Alex Robinett was tabbed to the first team.
    Rosoff, who was named the Patriot League Player of the Year while also garnering his second-straight All-Patriot League First Team praise, led the conference with 47 runs batted in. Read More

  • Flooks added to Women’s Basketball Staff

    Army West Point Head Women’s Basketball Coach Dave Magarity announced that Liz Flooks will be joining his staff for the upcoming 2018-19 season on June 15.
    “I’m excited to have Liz join our coaching staff,” Magarity said. “I have followed her career as an outstanding player in high school and college as well as her time as a head high school coach. Her experience coaching at the Division II and Division I levels makes her a valuable addition to our program.”
    Flooks arrives at West Point after spending three seasons at New Jersey Institute of Technology, two as an assistant and one as a director of basketball operations. During her time with the Highlanders, NJIT garnered a pair of Atlantic Sun All-Freshman players. Read More

  • West Point Summer Softball League Standings

    STANDINGS               W   -   L
    1. LRC/DPW                   12   -   3
    2. GARRISON                12   -   4
    3. ODIA                            10   -   4
    4. CLS                               8    -   6
    5. MEDDAC                    6    -   5
    5. ENGINEERS              6    -   5
    STANDINGS                     W   -   L
    7. MPs/DES                           6   -   6
    8. STEWART MARINES     4    -   6
    9. 101st TASK FORCE          4   -  10
    10. HISTORY/SJA/KACH   3   -  11
    11. MATH                                 1   -  12
    Games through Tuesday. Read More

  • Army-Navy Cup to remain in Philadelphia for five more years

    Keystone Sports and Entertainment announced June 14 that Army-Navy Cup will return to the venue via a contract extension for five additional seasons.
    This year’s matchup, a rivalry renewed between the two service academies, is set for Oct. 12. Kickoff time and broadcast information are to be determined.
    “Keystone Sports and Entertainment is honored to host this annual match and we are proud that it will return for a minimum of five additional years here at Talen Energy Stadium,” Tim McDermott, chief business officer, Philadelphia Union, said. “We are excited for the 2018 edition of this classic rivalry and look forward to providing first-class hospitality for both military academies, featuring the future leaders of our country.”
    Army-Navy Cup has seen significant growth over its six years at Talen Energy Stadium with attendance surpassing 10,000 fans. Read More

  • Army breaks ground on Anderson Athletic Center

    Army West Point Director of Athletics Boo Corrigan has announced June 8 that construction is set to begin on the Anderson Athletic Center, which will be the new state-of-the-art home for the Black Knights’ Sprint Football, Softball and Volleyball teams.
    “We have an incredible opportunity to offer top-level support for many of our cadet-athletes thanks to the Anderson Athletic Center,” Corrigan said. “Lee and Penny Anderson have been transformational for the academy and the athletic department. Not only have the Andersons been instrumental in developing our men’s and women’s rugby programs, but have endowed head coaching positions and contributed their time and mentorship. The building timeline would not have been met without the significant support of Bill Sandbrook, John and Ellen Drew, and Bill and Diane Spurgeon and the Class of 1981.”
    Located between Shea Stadium and the Softball Complex, the Anderson Athletic Center was originally built in the mid-19th century as a boathouse, but the renovation of the building will now create a multi-purpose athletic facility to enhance the cadet-athlete experience across multiple sports. Read More

  • West Point Summer Softball League Standings

    STANDINGS                   W   -   L
    1. LRC/DPW                         10  -   2
    2. ODIA                                  9   -   3
    3. GARRISON                       8   -   4
    4. MPs/DES                           6   -   4
    5. MEDDAC                            6   -   5
    6. ENGINEERS                      3   -   4
    7. CLS                                       4   -   6
    7. STEWART MARINES      4   -   6
    9. HISTORY/SJA/KACH     3   -   7
    9. 101st TASK FORCE           3   -   7
    11. MATH                                 0   -   8
    Games through Tuesday. Read More

  • Cook finishes season at NCAA Championships: Army freshman finished 23rd in the javelin throw at NCAAs

    Freshman August Cook competed at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Wednesday evening in the javelin throw at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.
    Cook finished an amazing outdoor season for the Black Knights.
    He placed fifth at the NCAA East Preliminary Round to advance to the NCAA Championships.
    Cook became the first Black Knight since 2011 to make the NCAAs and the first javelin competitor since 2004.
    After his performance at the NCAA Regionals a couple of weeks ago, he earned the honor as the Northeast Region’s Men’s Track Athlete of the Year, which was awarded by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

    Army notes & highlights
    • Cook recorded his best throw on his second opportunity of the evening  with a mark of 61.10 meters (200-5), so he was able to claim his second throw as his best during the second flight and placed 23rd at the NCAA Championships. Read More

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