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K's first win set tone for next 999 - 1/26/2015
On Thanksgiving 1975, West Point was shrouded in rain and fog, lending an air of mystery to the deserted campus. Only the first-year cadets - the "plebes" - at the U.S. Military Academy were still on the grounds, along with the men's basketball team, a day away from its season debut. Everyone else was home for the holiday...
By Luke DeCock, News & Observer

Kyle Wilson's unorthodox route from the O.C. to the Army - 1/24/2015
Five years ago, if you had told Kyle Wilson that he'd be where he is now - a Division I basketball player, leading his conference in scoring and ranking 25th in the nation in scoring...
By Sam Perkins, OneBidWonders.com

The Army game that started Krzyzewski on his way to 1,000 wins - 1/24/2015
One of the most significant days in college basketball history start out on a near-empty West Point campus. It was the day after Thanksgiving in 1975...
By Ken McMillan, Times Herald-Record

Mike Krzyzewski's Road to Immortality Started on a Minor Note Nov. 28, 1975 - 1/22/2015
On Nov. 28, 1975, a college basketball game was played that resonated almost nowhere: Army 56, Lehigh 29...
By Pat Forde, Yahoo! Sports

Army D lineman Drummond relished opportunity at Medal of Honor Bowl - 1/18/2015
Army defensive lineman Joe Drummond sat with rapt attention as the coaching staff for the Medal of Honor Bowl Game addressed college football all-stars selected for the game that serves a scouting tool...
By Tom Shanahan, ShanahanReport.com

Army D lineman Drummond relished opportunity at Medal of Honor Bowl - 1/18/2015
Army defensive lineman Joe Drummond sat with rapt attention as the coaching staff for the Medal of Honor Bowl Game addressed college football all-stars selected for the game that serves a scouting tool...
By Tom Shanahan, ShanahanReport.com

Coach K's First All-American - 1/18/2015
Sometime in the next week or so, Mike Krzyzewski will make basketball history when he becomes the first Division I men's coach to reach 1,000 career victories. After Saturday's win, the Duke coach sits at 998.When Krzyzewski hits that magic number, Somerville's Gary Winton will know he had a part in the milestone moment...
By David Elwell, Decatur Daily

Spiker transforms Army men into Patriot League contender - 1/17/2015
Zach Spiker winced at the score after the most intense game of the season: Navy 75, Army 66. That it came in front of a home crowd of 5,291 last Saturday, largest in the history of West Point's Christl Arena, made it that much more difficult for Army's head coach...
By John Kekis, Associated Press

Army women's basketball team leaning on No. Lehigh grad Aimee Oertner - 1/13/2015
Aimee Oertner enjoyed several trips back to the Lehigh Valley over the holidays...
By Stephen Miller, The Morning Call

Reggie Miller talks Army Basketball on The Dan Patrick Show - 1/6/2015
Basketball Hall of Famer and CBS color commentator Reggie Miller talks West Point and Army basketball on The Dan Patrick Show...
The Dan Patrick Show

Annual Event Highlights Impact of Former DePaul Assistant - 1/2/2015
It's been almost nine years since Maggie Dixon passed away but her impact continues to be felt. The former DePaul women's basketball assistant coach and Army head coach will be honored once again at her namesake event at Madison Square Garden on January 4...
By Pam Flenke, Assistant Commissioner, Big East Conference

Russian TV Highlights of Army vs. Russian Red Stars  - 12/30/2014
Highlights of Army game against the Russian Red Stars made it onto TV in Russia...
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2014 FBS College Football Stadium Experience Rankings - 12/19/2014
This season, we visited 50 of the 128 FBS college football stadiums to provide updated coverage. We'll continue to visit each FBS stadium every 2-3 years to ensure we have updated information for sports travelers...
By Paul Swaney, StadiumJourney.com

Wilson scores 30 as Army tops Southern Cal in OT, 85-77 - 12/14/2014
Kyle Wilson's mother bought 100 tickets to accommodate family and friends who wanted to see Wilson's homecoming when Army played at USC, and the actual contingent numbered about 120...
By Curtis Zupke, Associated Press

USC overrun by Army late in second half and loses in overtime, 85-77 - 12/14/2014
Based simply on history, USC's basketball team figured to have an edge against Army on Saturday night...
By Jim Peltz, LATimes.com

Army men's basketball enjoys stunning upset of USC - 12/14/2014
Army pulled off a stunning and rare basketball victory on Saturday night, beating the University of Southern California, 85-77, in overtime in Los Angeles. Army (7-2) erased an eight-point deficit over the final four minutes of regulation play...
By Ken McMillan, Times Herald-Record

Army Football: ESPN College GameDay interview with Rollie Stichweh and Roger Staubach  - 12/13/2014
Watch the ESPN College GameDay segment as former Army quarterback Rollie Stichweh sat down with rival and friend Roger Staubach, along with Chris Fowler and Lee Corso...
ESPN College GameDay

Army Football: ESPN College GameDay feature on Tom Cutinella - 12/13/2014
Watch the ESPN College GameDay feature by Gene Wojciechowski on Tom Cutinella...
ESPN College GameDay

Dixon has one more game as Army's rock-solid leader - 12/7/2014
Players on each sideline cheer loudly as Army senior fullback Larry Dixon breaks through the line. He finishes a 35-yard touchdown without a defender in sight, and Dixon's teammates race into the end zone to congratulate their captain...
By Sal Interdonato, Times Herald-Record

Former Army coach Krzyzewski offers support to Spiker's unit - 11/29/2014
Just over five years ago, Zach Spiker took a position both deeply respected and unenviable, simultaneously joining the lineage of Hall of Fame coaches given the unique opportunity to coach at Army, while also taking over a team without a winning season in a quarter-century...
By Howie Kussoy, New York Post

Army swimmer Dion Hart endured tragic beginnings before finding success and a home at West Point - 11/26/2014
Leah Chavez, a sexual-abuse survivor, wound up living with her baby in a crack house and other sorry outposts in the poorest precincts in Phoenix. She wound up being forced into prostitution, getting by with food stamps and public assistance. Now he is a 22-year-old senior at West Point, a swimming stalwart whose teammates are the family he never had...
By Wayne Coffey, New York Daily News

Cats Culture Impacted by West Point - 11/13/2014
In the tradition of internal post-game awards handed from teammate to teammate in the locker room, the Panthers have moved on from their `Macho Man' hat from last season and transitioned into something that holds a bit more meaning to the team...
By Mike Lewis, FloridaPanthers.com

Max Lenox's amazing journey to much-admired Army hoops captain - 11/10/2014
Here is a nightmare. On Feb. 12, 1992, at 2:34 a.m., a boy was born in a Philadelphia hospital. The mother, 25 years old and with five children already, had been an alcoholic since she was 14; during this pregnancy she had spent most of her welfare checks on crack. Hospital staffers assumed the worst: that the pus oozing from the newborn's eyes...
By S.L. Price, Sports Illustrated

General Raymond Odierno: College football opened doors for U.S. Army leader  - 11/10/2014
When Gen. Raymond Odierno joined the football team at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1972, he hadn't given much thought to a career in the Army. He didn't come from a military family. He just wanted to play college football...
By Carrie Ritchie, NCAA.org

Army's golf team flexing its muscle - 11/10/2014
Every summer, Brian Watts, the men's golf coach at the United States Military Academy, goes down the list of the top high school players in the nation. West Point is a tough sell for most prospective Division I athletes. Founded in 1802 on the west bank of the Hudson River 40 miles from New York City to train cadets in the art and science of warfare, the academy has a...
By Farrell Evans, ESPN.com

Bloody Bucket inspires Army football player from Milford - 11/7/2014
The keystone-shaped patch, with its deep ruby complexion, honors the 28th Infantry Division, a band of soldiers so fierce and so formidable the Nazis called them the Bloody Bucket...
By Brian Koonz, ctpost.com

Army-Navy set for new chapter in rivalry - 11/7/2014
The Army-Navy rivalry is a dominant force in the American collegiate sports universe, with the clash of the two service institutions a highlight on the football calendar. But it's a rivalry that transcends most sports at the two academies as well, and on Friday night (7 p.m., American Sports Network) the Army and Navy men's soccer programs...
By Travis Clark, Top Drawer Soccer

Army Season Preview: What's in Store for the Black Knights in 2014-15? - 10/28/2014
Kevin Ward has now been the head coach at Army for over two months and he's enthusiastic about where the Black Knights stand as the season approaches. "The transition has been just about what I thought it would be, adjusting to a new team and a new school that has a unique way of operating...
By newyorkwrestlingnews.com

Army Women on Deck - 10/29/2014
With a growing need for female officers in the U.S. Army expected in coming years, West Point has responded by adding women's lacrosse to its list of varsity sports programs. "We are fortunate to attract the best and brightest here at West Point and we could not be more excited to provide another avenue, through women's lacrosse, to fulfill our mission in developing leaders of character...
By Ken McMillan, laxmagazine.com

Giovannelli finds room in Army's crowded backfield - 10/28/2014
There didn't appear to be much room in the Army's triple-option backfield for Tony Giovannelli or time left in the West Point career of the senior running back as the 2014 season approached...
By Tom Shanahan, shanahanreport.com

Meghan Curran wins Marine Corps Marathon - 10/26/2014
The Marine Corps Marathon is one of the biggest races in the world and one of the most unique events in the sport of running, and the 2014 edition of the event lived up to the lofty expectations. Dubbed "The People's Marathon," 30,000 runners made their way through the 26.2-mile course from Arlington, Virginia to Washington, DC. The Marine Corps Marathon is also the third-biggest race in the United States...
By Donald Wood, BleacherReport.com

Former LSU coach Dietzel elected to FCA's Hall - 10/21/2014
Paul Dietzel, former LSU, Army, and South Carolina football coach and a pioneer of the ministry, has been elected to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes' Hall of Champions, FCA president and CEO Les Steckel announced today...
By thenewsstar.com

Army's Maples hopes to script happy ending to his Philadelphia Story - 10/22/2014
Army running back Raymond Maples' senior year has not turned out the way he had hoped -- not his senior year in 2013 or 2014. "It's been tough," said Maples, who received an NCAA medical redshirt to return for a second senior season -- known as a "firstie" in West Point vernacular -- in 2014 as a fifth-year senior. Maples' 2013 season was supposed to be the best Philadelphia Story since Grace Kelly's movie version; the West Philadelphia Catholic product was poised to join Mike Mayweather as Army's second three-time 1,000-yard rusher. He ran for 1,248 in 2012 and 1,066 in 2011...
By Tom Shanahan, shanahanreport.com

A walk to remember - 10/17/2014
He's somewhere in the South today. Could be Mississippi. Could be Georgia by now. It would be easy enough to call Mike Viti and talk to him again, but it's better this way. It's better to not know for sure, to imagine this former Army fullback -- this former U.S. Army captain -- in any number of states, because to isolate him to any one state or one town, or even one roadway, wouldn't do justice to the magnitude of his mission.
By Gregg Doyel, cbssports.com

Watch 'Inside the Panthers: Hockey on the Hudson' trailer - 10/17/2014
Pack your bags and come along with the Florida Panthers as they embark on a three-day trip to the United States Military Academy for training and team building...
By FOX Sports Florida

Army's Ricciardi becoming familiar name with each tackle  - 10/14/2014
One thing Army football possesses is plenty of bodies with active personalities. With each recruiting class of direct admits to West Point in addition to those sent to the USMA Prep School, Army proves there is no shortage of overachievers who want the opportunity to play Division I football. They also accept the responsibility to serve their country with a five-year military commitment in a time of war following graduation from West Point...
By Tom Shanahan, shanahanreport.com

Anthony showing leadership signs early in career  - 10/9/2014
Drive is defined as "to strive vigorously toward a goal or objective; work, play, or try wholeheartedly and with determination," according to Dictionary.com. West Point graduate Erin Anthony, a star player on the Black Knights' women's basketball team, has shown drive early in her career with the Army, crediting some of that success to her time being a student-athlete...
By Libby Poland , wbca.org

Army's brotherhood fuels Lawrence's reduced role - 10/8/2014
Coaching transitions are always hardest on the seniors. The most talented ones -- for example, Army's senior offensive backfield -- are still starters and playing primary roles, churning out yardage on the ground. Others, though, slip into the background. Take, for example, senior wide receiver Chevaughn Lawrence. He started 22 of 24 games the last two seasons. As a sophomore he led the Black Knights in catches (21) and yards (357). As a junior he was second in yards (105) and tied for second in receptions (10) with one touchdown catch...
By Tom Shanahan, shanahanreport.com

Timpf rises to new position on Army's defense - 10/1/2014
Army sophomore linebacker Jeremy Timpf never expected to be in such a position four games into the Black Knights' football season. The sophomore linebacker is leading the team in tackles with 43 as a first-year starter. He recorded a career-high with 14 in last week's loss at Yale. He also paces the team in tackles for a loss with five and returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown last week for a 28-14 lead early in the third quarter...
By Tom Shanahan, shanahanreport.com

Center becomes snap for Army O-lineman Hugenberg - 9/21/2014
The play starts with the snap from center to quarterback. It's not going anywhere if the quarterback is grasping or fumbling the ball. So it was puzzling even to Matt Hugenberg why new Army head coach Jeff Monken stuck with him when he made an experimental move to center in spring drills. Hugenberg, a 6-foot-5, 309-pound junior, had never played center in high school at Quincy (Ill.) Notre Dame or his first two years at West Point. He was a backup right guard a sophomore in 2013 who appeared in all 12 games...
By Tom Shanahan, shanahanreport.com

Football newcomer Johnson climbs learning curve at Army - 9/15/2014
AAmong the issues battering the NFL Shield in recent years -- not to mention the last few days -- have been safety concerns surrounding concussions and other injuries that have debilitated former players at an early age. The league and groups such as USA Football have responded by implementing education and safety programs to try and stem the decline in participation at the youth level in recent years....
By Tom Shanahan, shanahanreport.com

Military Precision - 10/3/2014
After his second year at the U.S. Military Academy, Lynn Collyar gave away his uniforms and returned home to Huntsville, Ala. It was 1977, and Collyar figured he was done with West Point. Done with the relentless pressure, done with the grueling academic demands, done with feeling the wrath of his superiors...
By Martin Kaufmann, Golfweek.com

WATCH: Army's Boldt is Expert at Tackling Goals - 10/1/2014
The goals that Army senior co-captain Winston Boldt has set and accomplished in the Academy's three pillars of achievement (academics, athletics and military) have earned him recognition as a 2014 Senior CLASS Award candidate...
By Patriot League Network

Not Your Average Freshmen - 9/5/2014


The moment Conor Andrle walked through the doors of the Eisenhower Hall Theatre on Registration Day at West Point, he knew his life was about to change forever. "I'll never forget, all the hockey guys walked in the front door together, and the military aspect comes at you at once. Everyone's screaming and yelling, and you have to hurry up to get from issue point to issue point," Andrle said. "It was a crazy experience going from being a civilian to walking through this door and being initiated into the military. It's a day I don't remember a lot that happened. I just remember being like, `What's next? I have no idea what's coming.'" ...
By Jen Dobias, collegehockeynews.com

Minato trades bombs with NBA star Curry - 8/18/2014


Kelsey Minato has done plenty in an Army basketball uniform. A two-time Patriot League player of the year in two seasons at West Point, the junior has also played in the NCAA tournament and scored an academy-record 49 points in a February game against Holy Cross. Monday afternoon, Minato felt like she had to pinch herself when she wound up in a 3-point shooting competition with NBA star Stephen Curry as part of the USA Basketball Men's National Team tour of West Point. ...
By William Montgomery, Times Herald-Record

Team USA salutes, entertains at West Point - 8/19/2014


All 16 players vying to be chosen for the final 12 spots on Team USA's roster for the upcoming FIBA World Cup know they have pretty fortunate lives. But that point was hit home for them Monday morning when, soon after arriving at West Point to spend the day and hold a practice at the United States Military Academy, they spent time at the cemetery with the families of soldiers who have lost their lives in battle. ...
By Tim Bontemps, New York Post

Men's National Team Holds Practice At West Point After Meeting With Cadets - 8/18/2014


U.S. Men's National Team head coach Mike Krzyzewski had planned for his team to get a good run in Monday afternoon when they practiced at West Point following a tour of the U.S. Military Academy and meet-and-greet with the cadets. However, following a solemn visit to West Point Cemetery and a morning of bonding with cadets and officers, Krzyzewski said he decided to call an audible. What was scheduled to be a two-hour practice was more a mix of practice and play with the cadets ...
By usab.com

Army grad Coach K takes USA team to West Point - 8/18/2014


On the first day of classes at the United States Military Academy, he was clearly the big man on campus. In much of the basketball world, he's Coach K. Around here, he's Mike Krzyzewski, Army class of 1969. Krzyzewski returned to his alma mater on Monday with the U.S. national team, which toured the campus, ate lunch with cadets in the mess hall and held an open practice for military personnel and families ...
By Brian Mahoney, The Associated Press

Dignacco is in the Army now - 8/16/2014


Nick Dignacco listened to the thrilling tales of his uncle, David Selden, but thought he'd never want a part of that life. Now Dignacco is following his uncle into the U.S. Army. "My uncle's a Green Beret (U.S. Army Special Forces)," said Dignacco, a left-handed relief pitcher with the Spokane Indians ...
By Chris Derrick, The Spokesman-Review

Next time you hear "hero," think of Thul - 7/20/2014


You've never heard of your hero. Perhaps that only adds to his mystique, his myth. He's not this conspicuous sports specimen. He's seldom on the sports page -- he doesn't even have a Wikipedia page. But meet Garrett Thul. In fact, have a seat with him here, in his quiet dorm room. You'll learn all about him -- you'll even learn a little something about yourself. And you'll get a new hero out of the deal ...
By Benjamin Hochman, The Denver Post

Former Williams assistant App returning as head basketball coach - 7/20/2014


When Mike Maker left Williams to take the Marist men's basketball job, a reporter contacted former Williams assistant coach Kevin App to see if he was interested. "It would be an honor if Williams would have an interest in me," App responded on Facebook. Twelve days later, App has that job. Williams made it official Saturday afternoon that App, 28, would be the 12th basketball coach in school history ...
by Howard Herman, Berkshire Eagle Staff

Lizards' Tim Henderson splits time with Army career - 7/15/2014


When Lizards defender Tim Henderson gave notice that he would miss his team's July 3 home game, it was with good reason. He had a scheduling conflict with his other job -- helping to defend his country. Henderson, a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army, is based at Fort Hood, Texas, but flies out for Lizards games, which are mostly on weekends. He has played ...
by Peter Cappiello, newsday.com

Army, Kyle Wilson Won't Sneak Up on Patriot League in 2014-15 - 7/3/2014


The Black Knights of the Hudson ran out to a 6-1 start in the Patriot League before finishing 10-8 in 2014. But with almost all of its offense back in the fold, Zach Spiker's team isn't surprising anyone...
by Jimmy Kelley, midmajormadness.com

Colts' Josh McNary: From cannon-cocker to linebacker - 7/3/2014


Josh McNary's path to the NFL was the one less traveled. When the Indianapolis Colts called to offer a contract two years ago he was gainfully employed as a U.S. Army fire direction officer. As such, he plotted and commanded fire missions on the gun line of a 155-millimeter artillery battery whose cannons heaved lethal 100-pound projectiles as far as 19 miles downrange...
by Phil Richards, Indianapolis Star

Titans G Bob Mischak, 'AFL Original,' Dies - 6/26/2014
We have sad news for all long-time fans of the Jets, which in this case means fans of the Titans of New York. Guard Bob Mischak, the very first all-star in franchise history, died this morning in Orinda, CA, at the age of 81. Mischak was a New York area athlete from the start. He was born in Newark, NJ, and played scholastically at Union (NJ) High School -- which made him part of the inaugural induction into its Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013. For his college football, he went to Army -- recruited to go there by then assistant coach Vince Lombardi ...
by Randy Lange, Editor-in-Chief, newyorkjets.com

Special trio of kids get day to remember for HOPE Week - 6/18/2014
It was a rare thing that happened in the Yankees' clubhouse on Wednesday. Manager Joe Girardi sat down where his interrogators usually fire their questions, while three kids joined him. Then Quinn Ostergren, Ryan Tucker and Sean Callahan all signed a one-day contract with the Yankees, joining the ranks of legends from Babe Ruth to Derek Jeter ...
by Jake Kring-Schreifels, MLB.com

Monken's Mission - 6/14/2014
Of all of the traits new head football coach Jeff Monken has brought to the United States Military Academy, perspective might be his most important. Fresh off a run at Georgia Southern that included three consecutive trips to the national semifinals and ended with a historic triumph over Florida, Monken has a direct energy and persistence that should resonate well at West Point. He leads by example, ...
by BJ Bennett, SouthernPigskin.com

Former Army Football Player Wins McArthur Leadership Award - 6/9/2014
Capt. Matthew Weisner has always been part of a team and looked upon as a leader. From his days at Our Lady of Lourdes high school in Poughkeepsie, New York, to the United States Military Academy at West Point, the former offensive lineman has lead the way for many on the football field as well as the battlefield ...
by Staff Sgt. Terrance Payton, DVIDS.com

Alejandro Villanueva's Long NFL Path - 5/22/2014
Lieutenant Alejandro Villanueva, a 23-year-old former Army football player and rifle platoon leader of the 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, gathered his troops to act on the call ...
by Ashley Fox, ESPN.com

(VIDEO) FOX News: Former Army Ranger Villanueva Getting NFL Shot With Eagles - 5/15/2014

From The Army To The NFL: What A Year For Colts' Josh McNary - 5/7/2014
Ryan Grigson and his personnel departments have found hidden gems from a variety of spots. Josh McNary has one of the more unique stories and the Colts inside linebacker added to that story with a successful end to his rookie NFL season ...
by Kevin Bowen, Colts.com

Eagles Sign U.S. Army Ranger Ali Villanueva - 5/5/2014
First Lt. Alejandro Villanueva is getting his shot at the NFL. The 6-foot-9, 277-pound U.S. Army Ranger signed a rookie free-agent contract to play defensive end with the Philadelphia Eagles, the team announced Monday. Villanueva, 25, spent the last four years as an active member of the Army, serving in three tours in Afghanistan ...
by Kevin Patra, NFL.com

(VIDEO) Glesener Is A Force For Army Lacrosse - 5/2/2014

Former Mustangs QB Kauffman Vying For Starting Role Under New Era At Army - 4/30/2014
The last time Army's football team took home bragging rights against its armed forces rival Navy, Matthew Kauffman was barely a first grader - 13 years ago. But Army's futility stretches much farther than that, and during his time at West Point, the former McAllen Memorial quarterback quickly learned that is not in line with the Black Knights' standards ...
by Alex E. Pena, 956sports.com

Lindner Shining On Diamond In First Year At Army - 4/25/2014
Kris Lindner has made a seamless transition to Division I baseball. The former West Carteret standout has shined in his first season at Army, ranking among the team's top batters and earning a Patriot League Rookie of the Week honor ...
by J.J. Smith, Carteret County (N.C.) News-Times

Before Minor League Hockey, McKelvie Played Defense For U.S. Army - 4/25/2014
With rare exceptions, a North American hockey player's path to the pros follows a template: You develop your game with a college or major-junior team and then head directly to a pay-for-play circuit. Of the 22 North Americans on the Alaska Aces' postseason roster, 11 guys went the college route, nine took the major-junior journey and one - center Jordan Morrison - did both. Zach McKelvie is the outlier ...
by Doyle Woody, Anchorage Ledger-Inquirer


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Wings' Thul Living The Dream As Infantry Officer And Pro Lacrosse Player - 4/21/2014
Young boys often have similar dreams about their futures. Many want to be a professional athlete, firefighter, astronaut or soldier. Many of these dreams die when they reach school age, and different career paths are forged for them. For Garrett Thul, more than one of his childhood dreams are coming true ...
by Andrew Albert, The Philadelphia Inquirer

Army's Cook Defies Naysayers - 4/16/2014
Don't be surprised when Army's Connor Cook gets lost in a snarl of lacrosse traffic because he likes it that way. Cook has heard the comments for years about how he's too short to be a good player in Division I lacrosse, and yet the 5-foot-5 attackman seems especially pleased to defy his detractors and prove himself worthy among players of taller stature ...
by Ken McMillan, Times Herald-Record (Middletown, N.Y.)

Army Veteran Giving NFL One Last Shot - 4/14/2014
He only catches your eye in the first place because of his raw size. Then, you find out the magnitude of First Lieutenant Allejandro Villanueva's story dwarfs even that 6-foot-9 frame. Two-hundred-and-forty players were invited here, to Ford Field, this past weekend for the NFL's Super Regional Combine. Unlike some of the regionals, this one isn't such a mixed bag when it comes to skill level, since players have to qualify ...
by Albert Breer, NFL.com

Poling Becomes Winningest Coach In Army Men's Tennis History - 4/15/2014
Thanks to his team's 4-3 win at Navy on Saturday, Army men's tennis head coach Jim Poling became the program's career wins leader with 177 victories at West Point ...
by Army Athletic Communications

Sincero Shines In Senior Day Win Over Navy - 4/12/2014
It didn't matter that it was the Star Game, the biggest match of the season. (Bobby) Sincero