Tag: Midshipmen

Hawaii Routs Navy 59-41 in Season Opener

Hawaii Routs Navy 59-41 in Season Opener

| September 3, 2018

Navy fell to 0-1 in the Malcolm Perry era as Hawaii QB Cole McDonald threw for 428 yards and six touchdowns in route to a 59-41 victory. Hawaii sophomore QB Cole McDonald threw for another monster game, notching 428 yards and six touchdowns. McDonald had only thrown for nine passes coming into the season, but […]

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Navy Opens Season Against a Revitalized Rainbow Warriors Team

Navy Opens Season Against a Revitalized Rainbow Warriors Team

| August 31, 2018

The Navy Midshipmen are gearing up to begin their 138th season of football which kicks off on Saturday at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawai’i. This game marks the fourth time the Midshipmen and the Rainbow Warriors have faced off and the first since 2013 when Navy beat Hawai’i 42-38 in Annapolis. Navy is also preparing for […]

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Navy Releases Depth Chart for Opening Game Against Hawaii

Navy Releases Depth Chart for Opening Game Against Hawaii

| August 27, 2018

The Navy Midshipmen are preparing to travel 4,853 miles to Honolulu to face the University of Hawaii Saturday night at 11pm. The Mid’s still have a week of practice before they travel on Thursday, but the first step in the process of finally getting the football season back underway is the release of the official […]

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Six New Rule Changes to Keep Track of in College Football This Season

Six New Rule Changes to Keep Track of in College Football This Season

| August 23, 2018

  Once again the power that be have decided that football needs fixing. While I will say that some of the new rules make sense, others continue American football’s mission to make the game bland. To emphasize this, the NFF (National Football Foundation) begins with a rule that continues the demise of the greatest play […]

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Pasadena Native Zach Abey Prepares for Transition On and Off the Field

Pasadena Native Zach Abey Prepares for Transition On and Off the Field

| August 17, 2018

Senior Midshipmen Zach Abey is as tough as they come, and he’ll have to prove it this year as he prepares for his new role for his team on the football field and his country on the battlefield. Zach Abey entered the 2017 Navy football season as the starting QB for the Mid’s and led […]

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Navy Football sets sail with Fan Fest and Media Day

Navy Football sets sail with Fan Fest and Media Day

| August 5, 2018

The Navy football season has officially begun with the return of the players to Annapolis and the annual Navy Fan Fest. Coach Ken Niumatalolo held his first official press conference during Navy Football’’s Media Day at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium to kick off the annual Navy Fan Fest on Saturday. Niumatalolo is entering his 11th […]

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Abey Injured As UCF Spoils Navy Homecoming with 31-21 Defeat

Abey Injured As UCF Spoils Navy Homecoming with 31-21 Defeat

| October 22, 2017

It was a game many people thought wouldn’t be close. UCF came into Annapolis as the nation’s top scoring offense, averaging almost 51 points per game. But Ken Niumatalolo and his Midshipmen showed the UCF Knights and the rest of the league that wins don’t come easy in Annapolis. “I have so much admiration for […]

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Mids Prepping For UCF Showdown in Annapolis

Mids Prepping For UCF Showdown in Annapolis

| October 19, 2017

Navy will face off against No. 20 UCF for the first time ever on Saturday afternoon at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium at 3:30 pm. Navy is tied with Memphis, Houston, SMU and Tulane with 5-1 records in the AAC West Division, but Memphis owns the tiebreaker over Navy after beating Navy last week 30-27. UCF […]

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Abey’s Turnover Struggles Result In 30-27 Loss to Memphis

Abey’s Turnover Struggles Result In 30-27 Loss to Memphis

| October 15, 2017

No.25 Navy suffered its first loss of the season on Saturday, one week after being ranked in the top 25 for the first time this season. One of the biggest reasons it took so long for them to achieve that milestone, voters were concerned about QB Zach Abey’s turnover problem. In the first two games […]

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Navy Rested, Ready For Bearcat’s

Navy Rested, Ready For Bearcat’s

| September 22, 2017

The Navy Midshipmen (2-0, 1-0) return to action after a bye week to take on the Cincinnati Bearcats (2-1, 0-0) in Annapolis on Saturday at 3:30.  This game will be only the third time the two programs have competed against each other since 1956, despite being in the same conference for the last few years. Navy […]

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Mids 2-0 After Rocky Start To The Season

Mids 2-0 After Rocky Start To The Season

| September 18, 2017

Navy had a bye week this past weekend, so we’ve taken the time to address some of the key issues facing the team. Let’s talk about the most important thing first. The Mids are 2-0 and in first place in the AAC West Division. The conference is playing well too. Heading into this weekend, the […]

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Rutgers defeats Navy, 31-24

Rutgers defeats Navy, 31-24

| September 21, 2014 | 2 Comments

Editor’s N0te: Due to a family emergency, we were unable to bring you live coverage of the game on Saturday. As usual, Kevin Carroll was on the field for us capturing phenomenal photos.  For details on the game, please see Bill Wagner’s column in the Capital.  But be sure to tune in your mobile device or […]

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Navy Vs Ohio State (LIVE BLOG)

Navy Vs Ohio State (LIVE BLOG)

| August 30, 2014 | 1 Comment

[do action=”schuh”/] M&T Bank Stadium will host the United States Naval Academy Midshipmen and the Ohio State University Buckeyes for their 2014 season opener on today –Saturday, August 30th, 2014. The game is a rematch of the 2009 season opener in Columbus, Ohio, when the Buckeyes narrowly held off the Midshipmen, 31-27. This time, Navy will […]

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A beautiful day for the Annapolis Cup

A beautiful day for the Annapolis Cup

| April 12, 2014 | 3 Comments

Thousands gathered on the Great Lawn at St. John;s College this afternoon to partake in the 32nd Annual Annapolis Cup–a croquet battle between the St. John’s College Johnnies and the Midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy. The Annapolis Cup brings together two starkly different institutions for an event that has “no parallel in intercollegiate […]

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Army-Navy Hockey Selling Out

Army-Navy Hockey Selling Out

| January 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Brigade Sports Complex Ticket Office is nearing the Sold Out mark for the Army-Navy Contest on Saturday, 01-March-2014. Only 100 tickets remain unsold for the game. Nearly 900 tickets have been sold to date. The number of Midshipmen attendees is not capped. Fans still holding tickets for the originally scheduled Army-Navy Game are still […]

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Navy Hockey Beats Army

Navy Hockey Beats Army

| January 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Army Navy rivalry got just a little richer tonight, as Navy faced off for the first time in history against West Point’s club hockey team, ultimately winning by a final score of 6-4. The age old tradition of the Army Navy rivalry was as strong as ever on the ice of McMullen Arena as […]

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Navy Falls To San Jose State 12-0

Navy Falls To San Jose State 12-0

| October 1, 2012 | 1 Comment

While it was expected to be a blowout (in San Jose’s favor), Navy was able to hold the Spartans to only 12 points.  The Navy defense was able to prevent San Jose from scoring a touchdown–all of the points were accumulated as a result of field goals. With this loss, the 2012 season is 1 […]

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Not my ID-ea of a good time

Not my ID-ea of a good time

| May 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

Oh spring just brings out the best in people, doesn’t it? It’s so much fun to spend hours outside while the days start to get longer and warmer, and who doesn’t enjoy a cocktail this time of year? I, for one, am all about it. I am NOT all about obnoxious midshipmen and their families […]

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20-30 Midshipmen Fall Due To Heat

20-30 Midshipmen Fall Due To Heat

| September 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

We have received a report that “at least” 20 to 30 people have collapsed at the US Naval Academy with heat related illnesses.  Multiple ambulances and EMS supervisors are en route to the scene. Unusually high temperatures today reached into the low 90s. Developing..

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