Army and Community Sports

  • WEST POINT, TO THEE

    Beyond the Pitch
    Hello, my name is Cole Stacklin-Jarvis. I am from a small town known as New Washington, Ohio, and I want to tell you about what Army rugby means to me.
    There are very few words that can truly explain what the sport of rugby has done for me. In short, it has given me lifelong friends, a lifestyle of fitness and a mentality of maturity and grit that is growing rare. But with this opportunity to show my appreciation, I want to dive a little deeper and elaborate on my personal journey through West Point as a member of the Army rugby team.
    In 2015, I got a letter of acceptance to the United States Military Academy Preparatory School (USMAPS). Read More

  • Nichtern, Schupler land on final Tewaaraton Award Watch list

    In light of the canceled NCAA lacrosse season, the Tewaaraton Foundation has announced updates to the 2020 Tewaaraton Award, including publication of the final 2020 watch lists for the best men’s and women’s college lacrosse players of the year.
    Sophomores attack Brendan Nichtern and goaltender Wyatt Schupler represented Army West Point men’s lacrosse on the final watch list for the 2020 season.
    “This is a very deserved recognition for both Brendan and Wyatt,” said head coach Joe Alberici. “They are two young players who have already had an enormous impact in our program. Wyatt’s meteoric rise in his first season as a goalie has been exciting for the entire team to see.
    “Brendan has a unique skill set of toughness, vision, intelligence and the ability to make others better around him. Read More

  • Harvey, McCormick named EIWA Academic Award recipients

    Since proving their dominance on the mat at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association conference championship back in February, the Army West Point wrestling team has found ways to shine off the mat as well.
    The conference released the 2020 EIWA Academic Achievement Award recipients with two members of the Black Knights squad were amongst the ranks.
    Seniors Ben Harvey and Cael McCormick were listed amongst the best in conference for their standout performances on the mat and in the classroom. To be selected for the award, the criteria included having achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher and having participated in the EIWA tournament or having achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and qualified for the NCAA Championships through the EIWA. Read More

  • Patriot League classics adds contests featuring Army

    The Patriot League Classic Games series will continue to be featured via the Patriot League Network’s official YouTube page—www.youtube.com/c/patriotleague.
    Memorable contests that have aired on the Patriot League Network will be made available on YouTube in full or condensed form with games and features to be added regularly through the spring.
    YouTube will continue to be home to Patriot League Classic content. Fans can also follow the Patriot League’s official Twitter (@PatriotLeague) and Instagram (@patriotleague) accounts for announcements on updated classic content.
    See the schedule below for content involving the Army West Point Black Knights:

    Patriot League Classic Games Series
    • Tuesday
    7 p.m.: Women’s Lacrosse: Lehigh at Army, April 28, 2019.

    • April 23
    7 p.m.: Men’s Lacrosse: Army at Loyola, April 21, 2015. Read More

  • Nichtern, Schupler land on final Tewaaraton Award Watch list

    In light of the canceled NCAA lacrosse season, the Tewaaraton Foundation has announced updates to the 2020 Tewaaraton Award, including publication of the final 2020 watch lists for the best men’s and women’s college lacrosse players of the year.
    Sophomores attack Brendan Nichtern and goaltender Wyatt Schupler represented Army West Point men’s lacrosse on the final watch list for the 2020 season.
    “This is a very deserved recognition for both Brendan and Wyatt,” said head coach Joe Alberici. “They are two young players who have already had an enormous impact in our program. Wyatt’s meteoric rise in his first season as a goalie has been exciting for the entire team to see.
    “Brendan has a unique skill set of toughness, vision, intelligence and the ability to make others better around him. Read More

  • Harvey, McCormick named EIWA Academic Award recipients

    Since proving their dominance on the mat at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association conference championship back in February, the Army West Point wrestling team has found ways to shine off the mat as well.
    The conference released the 2020 EIWA Academic Achievement Award recipients with two members of the Black Knights squad were amongst the ranks.
    Seniors Ben Harvey and Cael McCormick were listed amongst the best in conference for their standout performances on the mat and in the classroom. To be selected for the award, the criteria included having achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher and having participated in the EIWA tournament or having achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and qualified for the NCAA Championships through the EIWA. Read More

  • Patriot League classics adds contests featuring Army

    The Patriot League Classic Games series will continue to be featured via the Patriot League Network’s official YouTube page—www.youtube.com/c/patriotleague.
    Memorable contests that have aired on the Patriot League Network will be made available on YouTube in full or condensed form with games and features to be added regularly through the spring.
    YouTube will continue to be home to Patriot League Classic content. Fans can also follow the Patriot League’s official Twitter (@PatriotLeague) and Instagram (@patriotleague) accounts for announcements on updated classic content.
    See the schedule below for content involving the Army West Point Black Knights:

    Patriot League Classic Games Series

    • Tuesday
    7 p.m.: Women’s Lacrosse: Lehigh at Army, April 28, 2019.

    • April 23
    7 p.m.: Men’s Lacrosse: Army at Loyola, April 21, 2015. 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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