27 Drew Narcum
Drew Narcum

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Newtown, Conn.

High School:
Newtown

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 205

Position:
Defense

Birthdate:
02/06/1984

Experience:
3 VL



Big defenseman who gives coaching staff another option and quality depth on defense ... good size and knowledge of the game ... ready to step in and contribute on an everyday basis ... versatile player on defense .... can fill any role ... one of Army's top man-down defenders and leader on that man-down unit ... talented player with a long pole ... experience will be very valuable in game situations ... part of man-down unit last season that ranked 14th nationally ... gained confidence of coaching staff and should push incumbents at close defense for a starting role ... capable one-on-one marking skills ... rugged defender ... three-year letterwinner.

2005: Appeared in five games ... saw action in back-to-back Patriot League contests against Lafayette and Colgate ... did not figure statistically in either contest ... gained playoff experience with appearances in Patriot League Tournament and NCAA Tournament against Georgetown ... integral piece of Army's nationally ranked man-down unit.

2004: Appeared in 14 of Army's 15 games ... did not figure statistically.

2003: Appeared in three games ... saw time against Patriot League foes Holy Cross, Hobart and Lafayette ... did not figure statistically.

Prior to West Point: All-conference in 2001 and 2002 ... first team all-state in 2002 at Newtown H.S. ... all-area as a senior as well ... team defensive MVP junior and senior seasons ... captained the lacrosse team in 2002 ... also captained the football squad his senior year.

Personal: Andrew Michael Narcum ... born Feb. 6, 1984, in Dallas, Texas ... parents are John and Donna Narcum ... both parents attended U.S. Naval Academy .... also has cousin who attended U.S. Naval Academy as well ... majoring in Systems Engineering.

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