Army and Community Sports

  • Garrison takes West Point Summer Softball League title

    FINAL PLAYOFF RESULTS:

    * July 31—(Upper backet series) Fourth seeded Stewart Marines defeated fifth seeded DMI/USCC two games to one in a three-game series (Scores: 14-13, 10-15, 16-15 in eight innings.)

    * July 31—(Lower bracket series) Ninth seeded MEDDAC defeated 10th seeded History/Social two games to one in a three-game series. (Scores: 12-8, 3-7, 18-8.)

    * Aug. 1—(Lower bracket series) Sixth seeded ODIA/AOG defeated 9th seeded MEDDAC two games to one in a three-game series. (Scores: 11-1, 9-10, 11-6.)

    * Aug. 1—(Lower bracket series) Eighth seeded Math defeated 11th seeded BS&L/ELDP two games to none in a series sweep. (Scores: 9-6, 8-4)

    * Aug. 2—(Upper bracket series) Second seeded Garrison defeated third seeded CLS two games to none in a series sweep. Read More

  • West Point Summer Softball League playoffs

    PLAYOFF RESULTS:

    * July 31—(Upper backet series) Fourth seeded Stewart Marines defeated fifth seeded DMI/USCC two games to one in a three-game series.

    * July 31—(Lower bracket series) Ninth seeded MEDDAC defeated 10th seeded History/Social two games to one in a three-game series.

    * Aug. 1—(Lower bracket series) Sixth seeded ODIA/AOG defeated 9th seeded MEDDAC two games to one in a three-game series.

    * Aug. 1—(Lower bracket series) Eighth seeded Math defeated 11th seeded BS&L/ELDP two games to none in a series sweep.

    * Aug. 2—(Upper bracket series) Second seeded Garrison defeated third seeded CLS two games to none in a series sweep.

    * Aug. 2—(Lower bracket series) Seventh seeded MPs/DES defeated eighth seeded Math two games to one in a three-game series. Read More

  • Gable named to Women’s Junior All-Americans Squad

    Sophomore Bayleigh Gable of the Army West Point Women’s Rugby team has earned a spot on the AIG Women’s Junior All-Americans under-20 roster for the upcoming Can-Am Series. The team is comprised of 25 of the best women’s rugby players from across the country and will compete in Ottawa, Ont., through Monday. The Grandville, Mich., native was one of four All-Americans for the Black Knights last season as a plebe. Gable led the team in scoring with 54 points on three tries, 18 conversions and a penalty kick. That success carried over in the spring 7s season, where she finished second in scoring. In 13 games, she accumulated 165 points on 15 tries and 45 conversions. The Junior All-Americans will face Canada’s under-20 team as part of the Can-Am Series at 11 a.m. Read More

  • Michie Movie Night

    The Army West Point Football team is set to host the community at Michie Stadium Wednesday, for Michie Movie Knight. Gates open at 5 p.m. and children are invited on the field for various activities with cadet-athletes. The movie, Zootopia, will begin at 7 p.m. Football players will also be on hand to sign autographs before the start of the movie. Fans can bring blankets and enjoy the movie on the videoboard from the field or stands. Food and drinks will not be allowed on the playing surface. Concessions will be available for purchase. Read More

  • Bradshaw named candidate for Unitas Award

    Army West Point senior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw was named one of 47 candidates for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award July 19.

    The 2017 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award candidate list boasts standout quarterbacks from different divisions and conferences across the nation.

    The Golden Arm Award is presented at the end of each football season and the winner is selected based on his accomplishments both on and off the field. Candidates must be a college senior or fourth-year junior on schedule to graduate with their class.

    Bradshaw enters his final season with the Black Knights after a stellar junior campaign. He started 12 games in 2016 and rushed for 824 yards on 184 attempts for a 68.7 yards per game average. Read More

  • Aukerman placed on Nagurski Watch List

    Senior linebacker Alex Aukerman was one of 103 defensive players to be named to the 2017 Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List July 14.

    During his junior campaign, the linebacker played an integral role in the team’s defensive unit that was ranked second nationally. Aukerman appeared in all 13 contests and totaled 35 solo tackles, the most of any returner, and 24 assisted tackles, second amongst returners, on the year.

    The rising senior led the Black Knights with 15.0 tackles for loss. Aukerman boasted a team-best 7.5 sacks, in which Army ranked 11th nationally, and recorded 45 yards from sacks.

    Last season against Duke, Aukerman totaled 13 tackles, seven solo and six assisted, while then recording six solo and two assisted tackles against North Texas in the Zaxby’s Heart of Dallas Bowl. Read More

  • BS&L earns first win, rain delays close game

  • Talen Energy Stadium to host Army-Navy Cup VI

    Army-Navy Cup returns to Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, Pennsylvania for the sixth time on Oct.15 as the two service academies renew their rivalry with this patriotic event, scheduled for a 2 p.m. kickoff.

    “Keystone Sports and Entertainment is excited to host this match between the U.S. Military Academy and the U.S. Naval Academy at the home of Major League Soccer’s Philadelphia Union,” Tim McDermott, chief business officer for the union, said. “We are truly honored to be a part of the journey for these great young people, the future leaders of our military and our country.

    “Having created this extraordinary event, it is gratifying to see it continue to exceed expectations year after year,” McDermott said. “We look forward to this being a part of the sports landscape at Talen Energy Stadium not only this year, but for many years to come.”

    Army-Navy Cup has seen significant growth over its five years at Talen Energy Stadium. Read More

  • Monken, Football welcomes Class of 2021

    Army West Point Football head coach Jeff Monken has announced a recruiting class of 82 athletes who participated in Reception Day at West Point Monday.

    The Class of 2021 marks Monken’s third full recruiting class and includes players from 21 states.

    West Point officially welcomed its newest freshman class on Monday for the start of Cadet Basic Training.

    Monken credited his staff for this year’s recruiting class and praised their hard work.

    The State of Texas has the most incoming members of the Class of 2021 with 13 making the trip to West Point. Ten signees are from Florida, while eight hail from California. Seven recruits are from Illinois and six are coming to campus from Georgia and Pennsylvania.

    There are four rookies hailing from Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee, while Ohio, Virginia and Washington are represented with three. Read More

  • 2013 Grad Chris Rowley called up to Buffalo Bisons

    Former Army Baseball pitching standout Chris Rowley (USMA Class of 2013) earned a well-deserved promotion June 19.

    The right hander was called up to the Buffalo Bisons, who are the Triple-A affiliate for the Toronto Blue Jays. Rowley leaves the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Double-A) with a record of 3-2 and a 1.73 ERA in 52 innings pitched. He also posted 49 strikeouts, a 0.81 WHIP and a .179 opponent batting average.

    The Duluth, Georgia, native quickly jumped into things as he saw his first game action with the team June 19 after coming in for relief in their game at Rochester.

    Rowley allowed six hits, one run and three walks in his 4 2/3 innings of work. He also managed to fan a team-best five batters during his time on the hill. Read More

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