At Air Force this Saturday. The game will be on National TV. AF is 3-6, but they are an 11 point favorite.
WOMEN'S SOCCER (11-5-1): Finished the regular season by defeating Bucknell 2-1, losing to Colgate in overtime 2-1, then upset Lehigh on their field 1-0. It was Lehigh's only loss in league play. They are 13-2-1, and have yielded only 4 goals all season. Army then defeated Lafayette here on senior night 3-0, an evening marked by a moving tribute to Coach Gene Ventriglia.
Army is seded 3rd of the 4 teams in the Patriot League Tournament, and will play Colgate Friday evening at Lehigh in the first-round game.
MEN'S SOCCER (4-12-1): Ended the season by losing to Holy Cross 1-0, losing to Lafayette 3-0, and losing to Navy on their field 4-2.
VOLLEYBALL (19-3): Defeated Lafayette 3-1, defeated Lehigh 3-0, Colgate 3-0 and beat Bucknell 3-1. At Navy and American U. this weekend.
SWIMMING/DIVING: Opened the season at Colgate. Army men won handily 178-113, but our women were beaten 158-131.
MEN'S RUGBY: Defeated Norwich 73-0 and Harvard 79-20.
WOMEN'S RUGBY: Defeated Columbia 43-0 and Vassar 20-12.
SPRINT FOOTBALL (4-2): Routed Cornell 27-0, scoring a TD in every quarter. Senior running back Patrick Hall rushed for 143 yds and 3 TD's. Navy here Friday night.
HOCKEY (0-6): Playing mostly plebes and yearlings, off to a slow start. Lost to RPI on their ice 4-0, lost to Colgate at home 6-1, and lost a pair at Holy Cross 1-0, and 5-3. At Canisius for two games this weekend.
NAVY HOCKEY CLUB: Defeated Villanova 1-0 to improve their record to 6-0-0-1. The win was Coach Rick Randazzo's 100th win at the Navy helm. Randazzo graduated from West Point in 1993, and lettered four years as a forward, scoring 117 points in his career.
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