FOOTBALL (0-2): Rutgers 36, Army 21. Army Yearling QB Zac Dahman
after being hit by the Rutgers pass rush on our own 5-yard line five
into the game and Rutgers recovered in the end zone for a touchdown.
all downhill from there, although Rutgers
' mistakes held the score down
13-0 at the half. With 6 minutes to go in the game, and Army
Coach Berry pulled Dahman and inserted Junior Matt Silva
12 against the Rutgers subs and closed the score to 29-21. Rutgers
on a 61-yard run with 14 seconds remaining for the game's final score.
Army line couldn't protect Dahman, who completed 14 of 36 passes. The
running game was equally ineffective: 55 yards on 30 carries. Rutgers
for 177 yards, and both teams gained 250 yards passing. Rutgers
times, and recovered all but one; we fumbled 3 times and they got them
Rutgers was penalized 95 yards, Army 63. Well, the easy part of the
schedule is over. Tulane
here Saturday, with QB J.P. Losman
, one of
nation's best passers.
VOLLEYBALL (6-5): Struggling. Playing at home in the Army Open, we
Marist 3-0 and Sacred Heart (for the second time) 3-0, but lost to Yale
Tuesday, we lost at Stony Brook 3-0. We'll be at Rider to meet Rider,
Sacred Heart (again) and Fordham this weekend, then league play begins
WOMEN'S SOCCER (5-2): A strong team again this year, rated 7th in the
Northeast. Defeated Albany 4-0 and Siena 5-0 this past week. The
Patriot League game against Holy Cross, here Saturday.
MEN'S SOCCER (2-2-1): Tied Birmingham Southern 1-1, but lost to
Alabama-Birmingham 3-0. UAB is unbeaten, and ranked 12th nationally.
CROSS-COUNTRY: Opened the season at Cornell where the men won 19-39.
Army's women lost 26-33, but Yearling Ashley Urick set a Cornell course
record by running the 5 kilometers in 18 minutes, 34 seconds.