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Navy lacrosse coach Sowell introduces 20 man recruiting class

Posted on 28 July 2014 by WNST Staff

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – With the graduation of 13 players off last year’s squad, fourth-year Navy men’s lacrosse coach Rick Sowell and his staff have welcomed 20 new faces to the Midshipmen lacrosse program this summer.

The Class of 2018 is represented by players from nine states, as far west as California and includes seven standouts hailing from the state of Maryland. Among those players from the Old Line State are Spencer Coyle, Steve Hincks, DJ Plumer and Nick Ramsey who were finalists for the C. Markland Kelly High School Lacrosse Award which has been awarded for the last 60-plus years to the best high school lacrosse player in the state of Maryland.

Meanwhile four of Navy’s recruits garnered All-America recognition (Hiram Carter, Noah Pounds, Nick Ramsey and Ray Wardell) and 11 led their respective programs as team captains. Additionally 17 received all-league honors and four were named their school’s athlete of the year.

“It’s a pleasure to welcome the Class of 2018 to the United States Naval Academy and to Navy Lacrosse,” said Sowell. “This is a rather large class that possesses the talent and desire to excel on the playing field. These young men have the character that it takes to become outstanding midshipmen and we expect them to make an immediate impact, both on the field and within the Brigade.”

 

Navy Men's Lacrosse Class of 2018
Hiram Carter         D          6-0     205    Apopka, Fla. / Lake Brantley
Spencer Coyle        A/M        5-9     175    Annapolis, Md. / St. Mary's
Taylor Esoldi        A/M        6-0     190    Encinitas, Calif. / Cathedral Catholic
Mike Germano         FO         6-0     185    Wilmette, Ill. / New Trier
Carson Hart          M          6-0     190    Wayland, Mass. / Wayland
Cortland Heneveld    M          6-3     205    East Hampton, N.Y. / East Hampton
Chris Hill           M/A        5-10    180    Novato, Calif. / Marin Catholic
Steve Hincks         D          6-3	210    Edgewater, Md. / South River
David Jones          M          6-4	195    Annapolis, Md. / Severn School
Justin Knode         M          5-11	196    Prince Frederick, Md. / Calverton School
Dave Little          A          6-1     190    Vienna, Va. / The Hill Academy
DJ Plumer            M          6-3     187    Stevensville, Md. / Kent Island
Noah Pounds          GK         5-8     185    Fair Lawn, N.J. / Ridgewood
Nick Ramsey          GK         6-0     185    Crofton, Md. / DeMatha Catholic
Jack Ray             A          6-6     255    Wyckoff, N.J. / Don Bosco Prep
Casey Rees           M          6-2     187    Sykesville, Md. / Boys' Latin
Michael Strack       LSM / D    6-1     190    North Babylon, N.Y. / St. Anthony's
George Uhrich        LSM/ D     6-4     205    Ambler, Pa. / La Salle College (HS)
Joseph Varello       M / FO     5-10    195    Kings Park, N.Y. / Smithtown West
Ray Wardell          M          6-5     220    Babylon, N.Y. / Babylon

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CBS to air Navy/Notre Dame game in primetime

Posted on 24 July 2014 by WNST Staff

CBS Sports To Televise Navy-Notre Dame Game In Prime Time

ANNAPOLIS, Md.—CBS Sports announced today that the Navy-Notre Dame game will be televised nationally to a prime time audience with a scheduled 8 PM kickoff at FedExField in Landover, Md.

This is believed to be the first time a Navy football game has been televised live in prime time on an over-the-air network (ABC, NBC or CBS) and it is also believed to be the first night game in the 87-game history of the longest continuous intersectional rivalry in the country.

CBS will televise the Florida-Georgia game at 3:30 PM to serve as a lead-in to the Navy-Notre Dame game.

Last year, Notre Dame hung on for a 38-34 victory over Navy when the Irish stopped the Mids on a fourth-and-four play deep inside Notre Dame’s territory with 68 seconds remaining.

Tickets remain for the Navy-Notre Dame game as well as Navy-Ohio State and all five games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.  Click here to buy tickets online: http://www.navysports.com/tickets/navy-tickets-m-footbl.html

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Navy announces FanFest event August 2

Posted on 19 July 2014 by WNST Staff

Navy fans are invited to the 2014 Navy Football Fan Fest/Media Day on Saturday, August 2 from 10 a.m.-12 noon at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Navy players will sign autographs on the blue side (press box side) concourse from 10:00-11:00 AM., before moving down to the field to interact with the fans on the field.

Fan Fest activities will include interactive inflatable games, giveaways and live music. The first 250 kids will receive a free t-shirt. Fans attending should enter the parking lot through Gate 5 off of Taylor Avenue and enter the stadium on the Blue or press box side. There will be a $5 charge for parking and admission to the event is free.

Fans will also be able to purchase football tickets and merchandise. For more information contact Kris Morgenthaler (410) 293-8712 or at whitacre@usna.edu.

The 2014 Navy football team will report to camp on Wednesday, July 30 and the first practice will be held on Thursday, July 31.

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Navy QB Reynolds named to Walter Camp Player of the Year Watch List

Posted on 18 July 2014 by WNST Staff

Walter Camp Football Foundation Announces 2014 Player of the Year “Watch List”

New Haven, Conn. – The Walter Camp Football Foundation has announced the names of fifty “players to watch” for its 2014 Player of the Year award, the nation’s fourth-oldest individual college football accolade.

Florida State sophomore quarterback Jameis Winston, the 2013 Walter Camp Player of the Year award recipient, headlines the 2014 watch list.  Winston, a Second Team Walter Camp All-American a year ago, accounted for 4,057 passing yards and 40 touchdowns for the national champion Seminoles.  Ten players on the 2014 watch list, including Winston, have previously earned Walter Camp All-America honors.

In all, 42 schools are represented on the list with Alabama having three players.  There are 33 offensive players (16 quarterbacks, 8 receivers, 7 running backs, and 2 offensive linemen) and 17 from the defensive side of the ball (7 defensive backs, 5 defensive lineman, and 5 linebackers).

“We are proud to continue the great work of Walter Camp and recognize the best college football players in the nation,” Foundation president James Monico said. “This watch list is a great start to what is shaping up to be another exciting year of college football.”

The watch list will be narrowed to 10 semi-finalists in mid-November.  The 2014 Walter Camp Player of the Year recipient, which is voted on by the 125 NCAA Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors, will be announced live on ESPN SportsCenter onThursday, December 11.  The winner will then receive his trophy at the Foundation’s annual national awards banquet on January 17, 2015 at the Yale University Commons in New Haven.

Please note: Appearing on the preseason Watch List is not a requirement for a player to win the Walter Camp award or be named to the All-American team.

Walter Camp, “The Father of American football,” first selected an All-America team in 1889. Camp – a former Yale University athlete and football coach – is also credited with developing play from scrimmage, set plays, the numerical assessment of goals and tries and the restriction of play to eleven men per side. The Walter Camp Football Foundation (www.waltercamp.org; @WalterCampFF) – a New Haven-based all-volunteer group – was founded in 1967 to perpetuate the ideals of Camp and to continue the tradition of selecting annually an All-America team.

Reynolds is coming off one of the greatest seasons by a Navy football player in school history, rushing for 1,346 yards and 31 touchdowns, while throwing for 1,057 yards and eight touchdowns. His 31 rushing touchdowns was not only a school record, but an NCAA record for a quarterback as well. Reynolds was just the fourth player in NCAA history (any position) to rush for 30 or more touchdowns in a single season.

He finished the 2013 campaign No. 1 in the country in scoring per game (14.7 points per contest), tied for first in touchdowns (31) and tied for 11th in points responsible for per game (18.2). His 1,3446 rushing yards are the 14th most in NCAA history by a quarterback and the third most in school history by any player. His seven rushing touchdowns against San Jose State set an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in any game and tied the NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by any player against an FBS opponent.

Reynolds scored 188 points in 2013, eclipsing the school record of 174 set by Bill Ingram in 1917. His 236 points responsible for (31 rushing touchdowns, eight passing touchdowns, one two-point conversion) shattered the previous school record of 198 set by Ricky Dobbs in 2009.

Reynolds has led Navy to five fourth quarter comebacks in his first two seasons, which is the second most fourth quarter comebacks in the country among active quarterbacks. Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has engineered six fourth quarter comebacks.

The Navy football team finished the 2013 campaign with a 9-4 record, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the ninth time in the last 11 years, qualified for a bowl game for the 10th time in the last 11 years, won a bowl game for just the eighth time in school history and defeated Army for a series-record 12th-consecutive year. The 2013 team is just the fifth in Navy’s 132-year history of playing football to win at least nine games in a season, beat Army and win a bowl game joining the 1957, 1978, 2004 and 2009 squads.

Navy kicks off the 2014 campaign on August 30th against national title contender Ohio State. The team reports for camp onWednesday, July 30, the first practice is Thursday, July 31 and Media Day/Fan Fest is Saturday, August 2.

Season and single-game tickets are still on sale by going to navysports.com (click on this link for the direct link:http://bit.ly/LNw2FX), by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or at the ticket office in Ricketts Hall. Navy has sold out its allotment of Army-Navy tickets.

2014 Walter Camp Player of the Year WATCH LIST

Ameer Abdullah, Sr., RB, Nebraska
Nelson Agholer, Jr., WR, USC
Jay Ajayi, Jr., RB, Boise State
Chi Chi Ariguzo, Sr,. LB, Northwestern
Vic Beasley, Sr., DL, Clemson (2013 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Shilique Calhoun, Jr., DL, Michigan State (2013 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Shane Carden, Sr., QB, East Carolina
Rakeem Cato, Sr., QB, Marshall
Landon Collins, Jr., DB, Alabama
Amari Cooper, Jr., WR, Alabama
Jamison Crowder, Sr., WR, Duke
Mike Davis, Jr., RB, South Carolina
Stefon Diggs, Jr., WR, Maryland
Lorenzo Doss, Jr., DB, Tulane (2013 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Sr., DB, Oregon (2013 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Cameron Erving, Sr., OT, Florida State (2013 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Devonte Fields, Soph., DL, TCU
Devin Funchess, Jr., WR/KR, Michigan
Everett Golson, Sr., QB, Notre Dame
Melvin Gordon, Jr., RB, Wisconsin
Garrett Grayson, Sr., QB, Colorado State
Randy Gregory, Jr., DL, Nebraska
Todd Gurley, Jr., RB, Georgia
Vernon Hargreaves, Soph., DB, Florida
Anthony Harris, Sr., DB, Virginia (2013 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Brock Hekking, Sr., DL, Nevada
Austin Hill, Sr., WR, Arizona
Taysom Hill, Jr., QB, BYU
Brett Hundley, Jr., QB, UCLA
Myles Jack, Soph., LB, UCLA
Duke Johnson, Jr., RB, Miami Fla. (2012 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Matt Johnson, Jr., QB, Bowling Green
Taylor Kelly, Sr., QB, Arizona State
Trevor Knight, Soph., QB, Oklahoma
Qushaun Lee, Sr., LB, Arkansas State
Tyler Lockett, WR, Sr., Kansas State (2011 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Sean Mannion, Sr., QB, Oregon State
Marcus Mariota, Jr., QB, Oregon
Nick Marshall, Sr., QB, Auburn
Braxton Miller, Sr., QB, Ohio State
Ty Montgomery, Sr., WR, Stanford (2013 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
Andrus Peat, Jr., OT, Stanford
Bryce Petty, Sr., QB, Baylor
Terrance Plummer, Sr., LB, UCF
Cody Prewitt, Sr., DB, Ole Miss
Keenan Reynolds, Jr., QB, Navy
Derron Smith, Sr., DB, Fresno State
Ramik Wilson, Sr., LB, Georgia
Jameis Winston, Soph., QB, Florida State (2013 Walter Camp Player of the Year, 2013 Walter Camp Second Team All-American)
T.J. Yelden, Jr., RB, Alabama

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Navy QB Reynolds named to Davey O’Brien Award Watch List

Posted on 16 July 2014 by WNST Staff

Navy Quarterback Keenan Reynolds Named To The Davey O’Brien Watch List

 

ANNAPOLIS, Md.—Navy junior Keenan Reynolds is one of 39 quarterbacks on the 2014 Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award Watch List announced today by the Davey O’Brien Foundation.

This year’s list, which was compiled by a subset of the Davey O’Brien National Selection Committee, was selected based on player performance during the previous year and expectations heading into the 2014 college football season.

Jameis Winston of Florida State, the 2013 Davey O’Brien winner, headlines the list. He is bidding to become the fourth quarterback ever to win the award twice, joining BYU’s Ty Detmer (1990-91), Florida’s Danny Wuerffel (1995-96) and Oklahoma’s Jason White (2003-04).

Winston is joined on the Watch List by five semifinalists from a year ago: Brett Hundley (UCLA), Sean Mannion (Oregon State), Marcus Mariota (Oregon), Braxton Miller (Ohio State) and Bryce Petty (Baylor).

The Navy defense will play against three quarterbacks on the list in Ohio State senior Braxton Miller, Notre Dame junior Everett Golson and Temple sophomore P.J. Walker.

Nearly half (19 of 39) of the players on the watch list are seniors. Thirteen juniors and seven sophomores round out the contingent. Among conferences, the Pac-12 leads the way with eight signal callers on the list. The Big Ten, Big 12 and SEC are all represented by five players.

The field will be narrowed to 16 semifinalists on Monday, Nov. 3 and three finalists will be announced on Monday, Nov. 24. The 2014 Davey O’Brien winner will be announced on The Home Depot College Football Awards on Thursday, Dec. 11.

The 38th Annual Davey O’Brien Awards Dinner will be held Monday, Feb. 16, 2015, in Fort Worth, Texas.

 

2014 Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award® Watch List

Anthony Boone (Duke, Senior)

Terrance Broadway (Louisiana, Senior)

Shane Carden (East Carolina, Senior)

Rakeem Cato (Marshall, Senior)

Connor Cook (Michigan State, Junior)

Jeff Driskel (Florida, Junior)

Cody Fajardo (Nevada, Senior)

Devin Gardner (Michigan, Senior)

Jared Goff (California, Sophomore)

Everett Golson (Notre Dame, Junior)

Garrett Grayson (Colorado State, Senior)

Christian Hackenberg (Penn State, Sophomore)

Connor Halliday (Washington State, Senior)

Grant Hedrick (Boise State, Senior)

Taylor Heinicke (Old Dominion, Senior)

Taysom Hill (BYU, Junior)

Kevin Hogan (Stanford, Junior)

Brett Hundley (UCLA, Junior)

Matt Johnson (Bowling Green, Junior)

Chuckie Keeton (Utah State, Senior)

Taylor Kelly (Arizona State, Senior)

Cody Kessler (USC, Junior)

Trevor Knight (Oklahoma, Sophomore)

Sean Mannion (Oregon State, Senior)

Marcus Mariota (Oregon, Junior)

Nick Marshall (Auburn, Senior)

Hutson Mason (Georgia, Senior)

Braxton Miller (Ohio State, Senior)

John O’Korn (Houston, Sophomore)

Bryce Petty (Baylor, Senior)

Dak Prescott (Mississippi State, Junior)

Keenan Reynolds (Navy, Junior)

Joel Stave (Wisconsin, Junior)

P.J. Walker (Temple, Sophomore)

Bo Wallace (Ole Miss, Senior)

J.W. Walsh (Oklahoma State, Junior)

Jake Waters (Kansas State, Senior)

Davis Webb (Texas Tech, Sophomore)

Jameis Winston (Florida State, Sophomore)

 

By Conference: Pac-12 (8), Big Ten (5), Big 12 (5), SEC (5), Mountain West (4), American Athletic (3), Independents (3), ACC (2), Conference USA (2), Mid-American (1), Sun Belt (1).

By Class: Senior (19), Junior (13), Sophomore (7).

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Navy/Temple game to kick off at 1PM, air on ESPN3

Posted on 16 July 2014 by WNST Staff

Navy Football Game At Temple To Kick At 1:00 PM And Will Be Broadcast On ESPN3
ANNAPOLIS, Md.–The American Athletic Conference and Temple University announced today that Navy’s football game at Temple on Saturday, Sept. 6 at Lincoln Financial Field will kick at 1 PM and will be broadcast on ESPN3.  Navy is 11-0 all-time at Lincoln Financial Field (10-0 against Army, 1-0 against Temple) and with the addition of the Temple game all 12 of Navy’s regular season football games will be broadcast on either CBS, CBS Sports Network, ESPNEWS or ESPN3.  Including this year, Navy will have had 93-consecutive football games broadcast on either a major network or ESPN3.  The last Navy football game not to be broadcast was in 2007, when Navy defeated North Texas 74-62 in the highest scoring regulation football game in FBS history.
The Navy football team finished the 2013 campaign with a 9-4 record, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the ninth time in the last 11 years, qualified for a bowl game for the 10th time in the last 11 years, won a bowl game for just the eighth time in school history and defeated Army for a series-record 12th-consecutive year. The 2013 team is just the fifth in Navy’s 132-year history of playing football to win at least nine games in a season, beat Army and win a bowl game joining the 1957, 1978, 2004 and 2009 squads.

Navy kicks off the 2014 campaign on August 30th against national title contender Ohio State. The team reports for camp onWednesday, July 30, the first practice is Thursday, July 31 and Media Day/Fan Fest is Saturday, August 2.

Season and single-game tickets are still on sale by going to navysports.com (click on this link for the direct link: http://bit.ly/LNw2FX), by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or at the ticket office in Ricketts Hall. Navy has sold out its allotment of Army-Navy tickets.

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Navy LB Johnson named to Lombardi Award Watch List

Posted on 15 July 2014 by WNST Staff

Senior Outside Linebacker Chris Johnson Named To The Lombardi Award Watch List

ANNAPOLIS, Md.—Senior outside linebacker Chris Johnson has been named to the Lombardi Award Watch List.

To be considered for the Rotary Lombardi Award players must be a Division I college football team member and meet the following qualifications:

• Be a down lineman, end-to-end, either on offense or defense, setting up no farther than 10 yards to the left or right of the ball at the time of snap.

• Be a linebacker on defense, setting up no farther than five yards deep from the line of scrimmage.

• May not come out of the offensive backfield and set up on the line of scrimmage as a blocker or receiver, or be listed as a back or receiver.

• Shows leadership, courage, desire, respect for authority and discipline.

The voting electorate is made up of the head coaches from all Division I schools, sports media personnel from across the country and former winners and finalists of the Rotary Lombardi Award. Currently the total number of voters is approximately 300.

Players that are All-American and All-Conference as voted by the coaches and that meet the criteria for the award are placed on the preliminary Rotary Lombardi Award Watch list.

The Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List is a reference tool for the Selection Committee. It will be periodically revised until the first round of voting is completed.

The first round of voting determines the 12 semi-finalists. The second round of voting will determine the four finalists. The final round of voting will determine the winner of The 45th Rotary Lombardi Award, which will be announced live on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at the Bayou Music Center in Houston, TX.

Johnson had a standout junior campaign after missing all of his sophomore year with a torn ACL.  A starter in all 13 games, he was an Honorable Mention FBS All-Independent selection.  Johnson was Navy’s third leading tackler in 2013 with 84 stops, including three tackles for a loss. Johnson also tied for the team-lead in interceptions with three, recovered a team-best two fumbles and broke up three passes.

The Navy football team finished the 2013 campaign with a 9-4 record, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the ninth time in the last 11 years, qualified for a bowl game for the 10th time in the last 11 years, won a bowl game for just the eighth time in school history and defeated Army for a series-record 12th-consecutive year. The 2013 team is just the fifth in Navy’s 132-year history of playing football to win at least nine games in a season, beat Army and win a bowl game joining the 1957, 1978, 2004 and 2009 squads.

Navy kicks off the 2014 campaign on August 30th against national title contender Ohio State. The team reports for camp onWednesday, July 30, the first practice is Thursday, July 31 and Media Day/Fan Fest is Saturday, August 2.

Season and single-game tickets are still on sale by going to navysports.com (click on this link for the direct link: http://bit.ly/LNw2FX), by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or at the ticket office in Ricketts Hall. Navy has sold out its allotment of Army-Navy tickets.

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Navy QB Reynolds named to Maxwell Award Watch List

Posted on 07 July 2014 by WNST Staff

Reynolds Named To Watch List For The Maxwell Award

ANNAPOLIS, Md.—Navy junior quarterback Keenan Reynolds has been named to the watch list for the 78th Maxwell Award, which has been given to the College Player of the Year every year since 1937 by the Maxwell Football Club.

Returning Maxwell Award semifinalists from 2013 include Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon, Oregon State QB Sean Mannion, Oregon QB Marcus Mariota, Baylor QB Bryce Petty and returning Maxwell Award finalist Florida State QB Jameis Winston.

Seventy-six players are on the initial watch list, including 35 quarterbacks.  Four Navy opponents have players on the list including Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller, Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson, Temple quarterback P.J. Walker and Army running back Raymond Maples.

Reynolds is coming off one of the greatest seasons by a Navy football player in school history, rushing for 1,346 yards and 31 touchdowns, while throwing for 1,057 yards and eight touchdowns. His 31 rushing touchdowns was not only a school record, but an NCAA record for a quarterback as well. Reynolds was just the fourth player in NCAA history (any position) to rush for 30 or more touchdowns in a single season.

He finished the 2013 campaign No. 1 in the country in scoring per game (14.7 points per contest), tied for first in touchdowns (31) and tied for 11th in points responsible for per game (18.2). His 1,3446 rushing yards are the 14th most in NCAA history by a quarterback and the third most in school history by any player. His seven rushing touchdowns against San Jose State set an NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in any game and tied the NCAA record for rushing touchdowns by any player against an FBS opponent.

Reynolds scored 188 points in 2013, eclipsing the school record of 174 set by Bill Ingram in 1917. His 236 points responsible for (31 rushing touchdowns, eight passing touchdowns, one two-point conversion) shattered the previous school record of 198 set by Ricky Dobbs in 2009.

Reynolds has led Navy to five fourth quarter comebacks in his first two seasons, which is the second most fourth quarter comebacks in the country among active quarterbacks. Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller has engineered six fourth quarter comebacks.

The Navy football team finished the 2013 campaign with a 9-4 record, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the ninth time in the last 11 years, qualified for a bowl game for the 10th time in the last 11 years, won a bowl game for just the eighth time in school history and defeated Army for a series-record 12th-consecutive year. The 2013 team is just the fifth in Navy’s 132-year history of playing football to win at least nine games in a season, beat Army and win a bowl game joining the 1957, 1978, 2004 and 2009 squads.

Navy kicks off the 2014 campaign on August 30th against national title contender Ohio State. The team reports for camp on Wednesday, July 30, the first practice is Thursday, July 31 and Media Day/Fan Fest is Saturday, August 2.

Season and single-game tickets are still on sale by going to navysports.com (click on this link for the direct link:http://bit.ly/LNw2FX), by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or at the ticket office in Ricketts Hall. Navy has sold out its allotment of Army-Navy tickets.

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Navy sells out ticket allotment for Army game

Posted on 04 July 2014 by WNST Staff

Navy Sells Out Its Allotment For The 2014 Army-Navy Football Game

Tickets still remain for Ohio State, Notre Dame and five games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

The Naval Academy announced today that it has sold out its ticket allotment for the 2014 Army-Navy Game presented by USAA. The game will be played on Saturday, Dec. 13 at Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium and will be televised nationally by CBS.

Navy fans still have seven other opportunities to watch Navy play including neutral site games against Ohio State (Saturday, August 30 in Baltimore) and Notre Dame (Saturday, Nov. 1 in Landover) and five games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium including the home opener on Sept. 20 against Rutgers and Homecoming on Oct. 25 against San Jose State.

Season and single-game tickets are still on sale by going to navysports.com (click on this link for the direct link: http://bit.ly/LNw2FX), by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or at the ticket office in Ricketts Hall.

Navy kicks off the 2014 campaign on August 30th against national title contender Ohio State. The team reports for camp on Wednesday, July 30, the first practice is Thursday, July 31 and Media Day/Fan Fest is Saturday, August 2.

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Navy announces 2014 football recruiting class

Posted on 01 July 2014 by WNST Staff

Navy Announces 2014 Football Recruiting Class 

ANNAPOLIS, Md.–Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo released the names of the 2014 football recruiting class on Tuesday evening as 60 prospects representing 20 states went through induction ceremonies and began plebe summer.

“We are very excited about the group of young men that went through induction ceremonies today,” said Niumatalolo.  “If they work hard and do the things they are supposed to do in Bancroft Hall, in the classroom, in the weight room and on the practice field they will have a chance to contribute to our success.”

North Carolina produced the most prospects with nine, while eight hail from Texas, six from California and five from Florida. The Mids got four players each out of Georgia and Arizona, while three each are matriculating from Colorado, Tennessee and Virginia.

Navy Football season and single game tickets are currently on sale at the Ricketts Hall Ticket Office, by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or by logging on to the web at www.navysports.com.  Navy opens the 2014 campaign on Saturday, August 30 against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium.  Navy also will play Notre Dame on Saturday, Nov. 1 at FedExField in Landover, Md. and Army on Saturday, Dec. 10 in Baltimore.  The Mids play five games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium including a Sept. 20 date against Rutgers in the home opener and an Oct. 25 Homecoming game against San Jose State.

 

 

NAVY FOOTBALL CLASS OF 2018

Name                          Position                     Ht.            Wt.            Hometown/High School

Evan Akins                        OL                        6-6            285            Hudsonville, Mich. / Hudsonville

Shane Artim                        DL                        6-3            235            Mountain View, Calif. / St. Francis

Justin Artis                        SB                        6-1            195            Wallisville, Texas / Anahuac

Randy Beggs                        DB                        6-0            185            Murrieta, Calif / Vista Murrieta

Dexter Bell                        DB                        6-3            193            Imperial, Calif. / Imperial

Darryl Bonner               SB                        5-7            165            Fayetteville, N.C. / Terry Sanford

John Brown                        SB                        5-9            180            Durham, N.C. / Jordan

Josh Brown                        SB                        5-9            180            Lilburn, Ga. / Brookwood

Tyler Carmona                        WR                        6-4            205            Davie, Fla. / American Heritage

Pat Cassley                        K                        6-1            200            Encino, Calif. / Crespi Carmelite

Brandon Colon                WR                        6-4            205            Los Fresnos, Texas / Los Fresnos

Jahmaal Daniel               SB                        5-6            160            Fayetteville, N.C. / Terry Sanford

Myles Davenport                        LB                        6-2            225            Fayetteville, N.C. / Terry Sanford

Eli Dawson                        OLB                        6-5            235            Columbus, Ohio / Western Reserve

Alex Duncan                        DB                        5-10            185            Chapel Hill, N.C. / Chapel Hill

Dylan Fischer              DL                        6-2            290            Phoenix, Ariz. / Desert Vista

Austin Hague                        DL                        6-4            248            Richmond, Va. / Benedictine

Devin Harris                        DB                        5-10            170            Arlington, Texas / Arlington

Mason Hicks                        LB                        6-1            212            Lexington, N.C. / North Davidson

Chris High                        SB                        6-0            185            Oklahoma City, Okla. / Douglass

Luke Holley                        P                        6-0            170            Tucson, Ariz. / Cienega

Winn Howard                        LB                        6-2            210            Monument, Colo. / Palmer Ridge

Brandon Jones                 OLB                        6-4            205            Keller, Texas / Keller

Terrance Laster                OLB                        6-1            210            Cary, N.C. / Panther Creek

Chad Lewellyn                        WR                        6-4            180            Louisville, Ky. / Christian Academy

Robert Lindsey              OL                        6-4            260            Palm Bay, Fla. / Bayside

Tony Mack                        LB                        6-1            220            Moorpark, Calif. / Moorpark

Abdul-Malik Majeed   DB                        5-9            185            Moorestown, N.J. / The Hun School

Travis Marshall                        QB                        6-3            200            Alpharetta, Ga. / Chattahoochee

Evan Martin                        OL                        6-3            280            Lee’s Summit, Mo. / Lee’s Summit West

Kevin McCoy              OLB                        6-4            205            Fayetteville, N.C. / Douglas Byrd

Dexter McGriff                        OL                        6-2            260            Muskogee, Okla. / Muskogee

Conrey Meagher             DB                        5-10            191            Oxford, Miss. / Oxford

Elijah Merchant                        DB                        5-10            180            Humble, Texas / Atascocita

Reggie Miles                        DL                        6-5            240            Woodbridge, Va. / C.D. Hylton

James Munson             DB                        5-8            160            Staten Island, N.Y. / Tottenville

Joe Nauert                        LB                        6-2            221            Scottsdale, Ariz. / Chaparral

Trenton Noller                OL                        6-4            310            Windsor, Colo. / Windsor

Justin Norton                        DB                        6-2            185            Rowlett, Texas / Skyline

Trey Olsen                        OLB                        6-4            235            Roseville, Calif. / Oakmont

DJ Palmore                        OLB                        6-3            235            Memphis, Tenn. / Christian Brothers

Zach Peck                        DL                        6-3            220            Windsor, Colo. / Windsor

Ronnie Querry               LS                        6-1            215            Chandler, Ariz. / Basha

Michael Raiford              DL                        6-6            280            Stockbridge, Ga. / Heritage

Dylan Roney                        OLB                        6-2            235            Novi, Mich. / Detroit Central Catholic

Tyler Sayles                        DE                        6-2            240            Coral Springs, Fla. / Deerfield Beach

George Schultz              DB                        5-10            170            Miami, Fla. / Coral Reef

Craig Scott                        WR                        6-2            175            Kansas City, Mo. / Park Hill South

David Smith                        OLB                        6-2            210            Newport News, Va. / Warwick

Sean Spencer                        DL                        6-3            250            Newnan, Ga. / Northgate

Nick Theos                        SB                        5-7            180            Charleston, S.C. / Bishop England

Micah Thomas             LB                        6-1            235            Cedar Park, Texas / Vista Ridge

Jerry Thompson                        DB                        6-0            180            Memphis, Tenn. / White Station

Tim Tupa                        QB                        6-0            190            Brecksville, Ohio / Brecksville-Broadview Heights

Parker Wade                        OL                        6-2            265            Nashville, Tenn. / Ensworth

Josh Walker                        SB                        5-11            190            Decatur, Ala. / Austin

Eric Watson                        QB                        5-11            205            Humble, Texas / Atascocita

Seth White                        OL                        6-3            265            Smithfield, Utah / Sky View

Tyris Wooten                        WR                        6-1            180            Palm Bay, Fla. / Heritage

Isaac Wright                        DB                        5-10            168            Gastonia, N.C. / Ashbrook

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