Solid midfielder with experience and knowledge of Army's system ... team leader in the locker room and on the sidelines ... injuries prevented him from appearing in a game last season ... gained valuable experience and game knowledge on the junior varsity his freshman year ... energetic and always improving different aspects of his game ... has ability to step into any role in the midfield ... adds depth and confidence to the midfield unit ... one of two "Carolina Boys" on the roster (Trip Auray) ... both came out of Cardinal Gibbons program ... two-year letterwinner.
2005: Did not appear in a contest.
2004: Appeared in three games for the Black Knights ... recorded his first collegiate goal in the fourth quarter of Army's win over Holy Cross ... also picked up a ground ball in that contest ... saw action opposite Lafayette and Marist as well ... two of three appearances were against Patriot League foes.
2003: Spent season with the junior varsity.
Prior to West Point: First team all-state at Cardinal Gibbons H.S. under Mike Curatolo ... two-time first team all-conference ... team captain and team MVP senior season ... did not start playing lacrosse until 14 years old ... also played football at Cardinal Gibbons.
Personal: Nathaniel Ivey Foust ... born Jan. 3, 1984, in Siler City, N.C. ... parents are Pete Redpath and Fred Foust ... uncle, Jack Ryan, is a retired colonel and 1970 graduate of USMA, who played hockey at the Academy ... cousin, Will Ryan, is a freshman on Army's hockey team ... high school teammate of former Army lacrosse player Adam Hurley (USMA '03) ... majoring in Systems Engineering.